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

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Western Forest Complex Environmental Awareness and Ecotourism Campaigns

Photo exhibitions accompanied by distribution of a broad range of information (including this web site)
these are the main means for accomplishing our main goal: to rise awareness of Thai and foreign community of importance and potential of Western Forest for keeping natural balance, maintaining biological diversity and for ecotourism.

The campaigns took place on selected places of Thailand
from June to August 2008:
Sangkhlaburi, Aiyara Party for Elephants: June 22
, Siam Paragon: July 25 - 31
, TESCO: August
4 - 8
Sai Yok Noi Waterfall: August 15 - 17

More activities followed in the Czech republic:
Slideshow and presentation of the project, November 12, 2008, Klub cestovatelů, Prague
Photo exhibition "Phuen-pa-tawantok - the story of the last Thai forest"
   November 15 - December 31, 2008, Klub cestovatelů, Brno
Photo exhibition "Phuen-pa-tawantok - the story of the last Thai forest"
   February 1 - 28, 2009, Klub cestovatelů, Prague

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