Kaeng Krachan Sunrise

kaeng krachan national park sunrise

Sunrise in Kaeng Krachan National Park. A "cold" December morning at Phanoenthung Camp looking towards the sunrise in Myanmar, across 14 kilometers of untouched virgin forest. Host to an incredible bio-diversity of plants and animals. Thailand's largest National Park, at 2880 square kilometres, was established in 1981 and is the source of both the Pranburi and Phetchaburi rivers.It is now a candidate for potential World Heritage Status, and would be richly deserving of such recognition as all of those who have entered its forest would know. Locations like Kaeng Krachan National park and its surrounding parks, sanctuaries and natural areas are the last bastions of primary forests in Asia and need all the help and support they can get from the relentless poachers, echroachers, corrupt politicians and capitalists.





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