Bangkok, updated on 27 December, 2021.
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) would like to provide the latest update on the opening/closing status of national parks in Thailand, covering both the annual seasonal closure for the rainy months and temporary closure resulting from the COVID-19 measures.
As of 27 December, 2021, the National Park’s Office via its Facebook page: National Parks of Thailand has listed 151 national parks as reopened from a total of 155 national parks nationwide. While the reopening is helping minimise the impact of the COVID-19 restrictions for local businesses and communities, this is being done with strict public health and safety measures in place for the protection of everyone.
Kindly note that this update presents the list of national parks region-by-region (Central, Eastern, Northern, and Southern), province-by-province, and in alphabetical order.
Chaloem Rattanakosin National Park – Open with some closed attractions or activities.
Erawan National Park – Open with some…