Phu Kradueng National Park in the province of Loei will start welcoming guests once again starting on October 1 after being closed for more than 6 months due to the pandemic.
From March 25 the park was closed when the government imposed a national lockdown.
With over 217,576 rai (34,800 hectares), Phu Kradueng is one of the country’s most popular national parks. Among its attractions are the different kinds of plants and animals thriving in the area.
Other interesting geographical diversity includes cliffs, waterfall, field, and forest, which attract local and international tourists throughout the year.
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