Loei’s natural attractions are a popular drawcard during cooler months
Bangkok, 24 December, 2020 – Nestled within the Northeast province of Loei, Phu Kradueng National Park has reopened after a longer than usual yearly closure due to a forest fire and is again welcoming visitors, to the delight of nature loving Thais with whom the park is particularly popular.
The second oldest of Thailand’s 147 national parks – after Khao Yai National Park – Phu Kradueng National Park is among Loei’s top attractions and is particularly popular with Thais for its walking trails, numerous waterfalls and different viewpoints from which picturesque sunrises and sunsets can be admired.
It’s become almost a rite
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