Western Forest Complex
  An Untouched Wilderness in the Borderland of Thailand and Myanmar

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 Protected areas
 Geography &

 Flora & fauna

 What to see & do

This is the story of the Western Forest Complex, a natural pride of Thailand. Come with us on a virtual tour around one of the most unique, most untouched and most important forest areas in Asia.

Picture of the month: Thong Pha Phum National Park

Great Hornbill

Featuring: Kaeng Krachan National Park
Lianas take various forms

»In Phetchaburi watershed forest, the officers must guard against deforestation, illegal logging or cultivation, because they cause drought«

declared His Majesty King Bhumipol Adulyadej in the speech of October 29, 1979 given during one of his many visits to the Kaeng Krachan National Park.

As is broadly known His Majesty has always been very concerned about the conservation of the natural treasures of the Kingdom of Thailand of which Western Forest Complex, comprising also the above mentioned Kaeng Krachang National Park, has been a vital part.
Wild plants - infinite variety of colours and fragrances Mystic fog - the breath of jungle Beautiful waterfalls - source of water for Thailand One of the last habitats of beasts of prey Abundant Wildlife Colourful blossoms - endless inspiration


Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic

The project is funded by the Government of the Czech Republic (Ministry of Foreign Affairs) and conducted with support of the National Park, Wildlife and Plant Conservation Department (DNP), Thai Ecotourism and Adventure Travel Association (TEATA), Foundation of Western Forest Complex Conservation (FWFCC) and Tourism Promotion Society of Kanchanaburi (TSK). For more information write to us at info[at]westernforest[dot]org. Webdesign and photographs by David Kučera. Translation to Thai by Kris Dhiradityakul.

National Park, Wildlife and Plant Conservation Department