- Kaeng Krachan National Park: Located on the eastern slope of the Tenasserim mountain range at the border of Myanmar, this is Thailand’s largest national park. Over 400 species of birds are known to occur within the park and 57 mammals, including elephant, tiger, leopard, gaur, sambar deer, banteng and many other species.
- Kuiburi National Park: Sitting on the steep Tanao Sri mountain range along the border with Myanmar, this park is home to abundant wildlife: elephant, tapir, wild pig, gibbon, macaque, sambar and barking deer, bear and banteng. The park also has a couple of waterfalls with pools for swimming and hiking trails.
- Khao Yai National Park: The oldest national park in Thailand, Khao Yai has large areas of rainforest, an abundance of wildlife and over 500km of hiking trails. The park is located 200km northeast of Bangkok and can be reached by bus or train.
- Lumpini Park: This is Bangkok’s oldest and biggest urban park in the heart of the city. The park offers rare open space and grass in the Thai capital, and contains an artificial lake where visitors can rent boats. It is also a popular area for biking and walking.
- Mu Ko Surin National Park: Situated in the Andaman Sea, approximately 60km from the coast of Phang-Nga Province in the southern peninsula region, this marine park consists of five main islands. Some of the country’s best shallow coral reefs are found here, and hawksbill and green marine turtles nest along the park’s beaches.
- Mu Ko Similan National Park: Not too far from Mu Ko Surin National Park, Mu Ko Similan consists of nine undeveloped islands, The clear waters and colourful corals make this a popular dive site. Rays and whale sharks are found in the area.
- Mu Koh Lanta National Park: Covering a total area of 152km2, Mu Ko Lanta consists of many islands off the southern part of Krabi Province. The two major islands are Ko Lanta Yai and Ko Lanta Noi. The main activities in the park are walking, snorkeling and scuba diving, especially at the world renowned dive sites of Hin Daeng and Hin Muang.
- Tarutao National Park: The first marine park of Thailand, Tarutao consists of 51 islands in the southern part of the Andaman Sea near the Thai-Malay border. The largest island is Koh Tarutao; mountainous and covered with rainforest. The park’s waters are home to dolphins, manta rays, sharks, sperm whales and reef fish.
- Phang Nga Bay National Park: Located in the Andaman Sea between the island of Phuket and the mainland of the Malay Peninsular of southern Thailand, Phang Nga Bay is known for its forested limestone pillars rising out of the sea like inverted mountains and contains a large expanse of mangrove forest, among the largest in Thailand. The park is located 96km from Phuket and can be reached by bus or boat..