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National Parks in the North of Thailand 2017-08-16T14:42:25+00:00

National Parks in the North of Thailand

North Thailand is home to 34 national parks with further 25 natural sites planned for designation. The parks typically cover and rugged mountain area northward from Phetchabun province. They function as watershed for several rivers.

The biogeographical region of North Thailand consists of a mountainous region with river valleys which include the highest elevations in Thailand. Accordingly many central Asian species of animals and plants reach their southern distributions in these mountain areas. The surrounding lowlands also provide southern habitat for other species. By biogeography we refer to the distribution of animals and plants and particular geography.

The major ecosystems in Northern Thailand are Hill Evergreen Forest, Mixed Deciduous Forest, Deciduous Dipterocarp Forest and Pine Forest.

Chiang Mai National Parks

The biogeographical region of Chiang Mai Province consists of a mountainous region with river valleys which include the highest elevations in Thailand. Accordingly many central Asian species of animals and plants reach their southern distributions in these mountain areas. The surrounding lowlands also provide southern habitat for other species. By biogeography we refer to the distribution of animals and plants and particular geography.

The major ecosystems in Chiang Mai Province are Hill Evergreen Forest, Mixed Deciduous Forest, Deciduous Dipterocarp Forest and Pine Forest.

There are 13 National Parks in Chiang Mai Province.

Chiang Rai National Parks

The biogeographical region of Chiang Rai Province consists of a mountainous region with river valleys which include the highest elevations in Thailand. Accordingly many central Asian species of animals and plants reach their southern distributions in these mountain areas. The surrounding lowlands also provide southern habitat for other species. By biogeography we refer to the distribution of animals and plants and particular geography.

The major ecosystems in Chiang Rai Province are Hill Evergreen Forest, Mixed Deciduous Forest, Deciduous Dipterocarp Forest and Pine Forest.

There are 3 National Parks in Chiang Rai Province.

Mae Hong Son National Parks

The biogeographical region of Mae Hong Son Province consists of a mountainous region with river valleys. Accordingly many central Asian species of animals and plants reach their southern distributions in these mountain areas. The surrounding lowlands also provide southern habitat for other species. By biogeography we refer to the distribution of animals and plants and particular geography.

The major ecosystems in Mae Hong Son Province are Hill Evergreen Forest, Mixed Deciduous Forest, Deciduous Dipterocarp Forest and Pine Forest.

There are 4 National Parks in Mae Hong Son Province.

Lampang National Parks

The biogeographical region of Lampang Province consists of a mountainous region with river valleys. Accordingly many central Asian species of animals and plants reach their southern distributions in these mountain areas. The surrounding lowlands also provide southern habitat for other species. By biogeography we refer to the distribution of animals and plants and particular geography.

The major ecosystems in Lampang Province are Hill Evergreen Forest, Mixed Deciduous Forest, Deciduous Dipterocarp Forest and Pine Forest.

There are 4 National Parks in Lampang Province.

national parks in the north of thailand, Chae Son National Park

Chae Son National Parkhot

national parks in the north of thailand, Doi Chong National Park

Doi Chong National Park

national parks in the north of thailand, Mae Wa National Park

Mae Wa National Park

national parks in the north of thailand, Tham Pha Thai National Park

Tham Pha Thai National Park

Lamphun National Parks

The biogeographical region of Lamphun Province consists of a mountainous region with river valleys. Accordingly many central Asian species of animals and plants reach their southern distributions in these mountain areas. The surrounding lowlands also provide southern habitat for other species. By biogeography we refer to the distribution of animals and plants and particular geography.

The major ecosystems in Lamphun Province are Hill Evergreen Forest, Mixed Deciduous Forest, Deciduous Dipterocarp Forest and Pine Forest.

There are 2 National Parks in Lamphun Province.

national parks in the north of thailand, Doi Khun Tan National Park

Doi Khun Tan National Park

national parks in the north of thailand, Mae Ping National Park

Mae Ping National Park