Thailand – Sirinat National Park, Nai Yang

Nai Yang, Phuket, Thailand, May 2017: Situated next to the Airport and stretching all the way to the tourist ghetto in the southern part of Nai Yang, this area of land is surprisingly well kept. The beach maybe full of garbage, but visitors to Nai Yang can enjoy some shady woodland walks while spotting snakes and oddly shaped birds!  One is supposed to pay 200 baht to access the place but its quite easy to navigate around the pay booth, located near the airport. Yes, a walk among nature is perhaps a welcome change for those needing an escape from the ghetto.

Here’s what visitors might spot in the park… (Google Map)

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A tree snake, quite a common sight around here as is the Hoopee bird. Look closely to spot insects and tree bugs that linger around the woodlands of Sirinat.

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