Wildlife Sanctuaries In Thailand For Nature Lovers

The wildlife sanctuary is a protected area created to protect wild animals in their wild environment.

Endangered wild animals like blackbuck, white-eyed buck, golden cat, pink-headed duck, marsh crocodile, python, elephants, gharial, etc. are protected and kept in their natural environment.

The wildlife sanctuaries protect endangered species. It is helpful to protect the animals and birds in their natural habitats as it can be hard to relocate these species to another place and cause disturbances to them.

Here is the list of Wildlife Sanctuaries In Thailand For Nature Lovers

Wildlife sanctuaries Name


Chiang Dao Wildlife Sanctuary

Chiang Mai Province, Thailand

Hala-Bala Wildlife Sanctuary

Wildlife refuge in Lochut, Thailand

Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary

Uthai Thani and Tak Provinces, Thailand

Khao Ang Rue Nai Wildlife Sanctuary

In The western extremities of the Cardamom Mountains in Chachoengsao Province, Thailand

Khao Khiao–Khao Chomphu Wildlife Sanctuary

Khao Khiao Massif, in Chonburi Province, Thailand

Khao Soi Dao Wildlife Sanctuary

A wildlife sanctuary in Thailand's Chanthaburi Province

Khlong Nakha Wildlife Sanctuary

in southern Thailand, located in the southeast of Ranong Province, Thailand

Khlong Phraya Wildlife Sanctuary

at the boundary of Surat Thani and Krabi Provinces, Thailand

Khlong Saeng Wildlife Sanctuary

In southern Thailand, in western Surat Thani Province

Khlong Yan Wildlife Sanctuary

in southern Thailand, located in the west of Surat Thani Province

Mae Charim Wildlife Sanctuary

Mae Charim District, Nan, Thailand

Nam Pat Wildlife Sanctuary

Uttaradit Province, Thailand

Phu Khat Wildlife Sanctuary

Phitsanulok Province, Thailand

Phu Khat Wildlife Sanctuary

Phitsanulok Province, Thailand

Phu Luang Wildlife Sanctuary

Northern Thailand, located in the Phu Luang mountain area, in the south of Loei Province

Phu Miang–Phu Thong Wildlife Sanctuary

Phitsanulok, Uttaradit Provinces, Thailand

Phu Pha Daeng Wildlife Sanctuary

Phetchabun Province, Thailand

Phu Wua Wildlife Sanctuary

Ban Tong, Seka District, Bueng Kan 38220, Thailand

Princess Sirindhorn Wildlife Sanctuary

Puyo, Su-ngai Kolok District, Narathiwat 96120, Thailand

Salawin Wildlife Sanctuary

In Thailand near the border with Burma and includes the Thai section of the Salween River

Tabo–Huai Yai Wildlife Sanctuary

Tabo, Mueang Phetchabun District, Phetchabun 67000, Thailand

Thung Yai Naresuan Wildlife Sanctuary

In Thailand in the northern part of Kanchanaburi Province and the southern part of Tak Province

Ton Pariwat Wildlife Sanctuary

In the north of Mueang Phang Nga district, Phang Nga Province, southern Thailand

Umphang Wildlife Sanctuary

Umphang District of Tak Province, northwestern Thailand.

FAQ about Wildlife sanctuaries of Thailand

Does Thailand have wildlife?

Thailand hosts more than 10% of the world’s animals in its wildlife sanctuaries. There are more than 285 mammal species, including elephants, tigers, leopards, Malaysian sun bears, sambars, deer, and otters, as well as various primate species, including gibbons, monkeys, and macaques.

How many wildlife sanctuaries are in Thailand?

Thailand has about 127 national parks that are protected because they have unexploited landscapes and diverse flora and fauna.

What is the biggest forest in Thailand?

Kaeng Krachan is Thailand’s largest national park, covering an area of 2,915 square kilometers.

What is the first national park in Thailand?

The first national park was Khao Yai in 1961 when the National Park Act B.E. 2504 was passed.

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