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Thailand's national parks vary from remote beaches to complete nature destinations. They provide a priceless source to conserve the country's ecosystem, which is seriously threatened. Also, with enormous variation and unique attractions, they are appealing destinations to both domestic and international tourists.

National parks in Thailand are defined as an area that contains natural resources of ecological importance or unique beauty, or significant flora and fauna.Currently, the country holds102 national parkswith variation on both forest and sea. They consist of ecologically, economically and scientifically valuable plants and animals.

National Parks, regarding natural protection, play significant roles in maintaining ecological stability and preserving biological diversity. They contribute to conserve natural habitats of numerous rare and precious species and genetics, thus becoming a firm guarantee that biodiversity of wild species would be safeguarded at some degree.

Besides, National Parks of Thailand has great value of tourism. They offer the visitors tremendous variety of attractions.Thailand can be proud of such uniqueness as the 75 million years of shell cemetery of the Hat Noppharat Thara - Mu Ko Phi Phi National Park, the world’s largest flower Rafflesiaof Khao Sok National Park, the right place of the 3-leaf pine tree on the cliff of Phu Kradueng National Park, etc. Furthermore, they can cater for all needs of visitor; whether you want a Thailand adventure that involves mountain climbing or whitewater river rafting, or you just want to relax on a scenic and pristine beach, Thailand's national parks deliverall.

Let’s head to Khao Yai National Park, a place of exploration with towering mountain range, waterfalls and evergreen forest to experience a Indiana Jones trip; or wallow yourself in dreamlike and untouched beaches in Sirinat National Park of well-known Phuket. Otherwise, the remaining 100 national parks will surely satisfy even the choosiest guest.

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