visitors to Khao Yai National Park opt to stay at the Juldis
Khao Yai Resort and Spa, about 10 kilometres
outside the park. The resort is a very comfortable and extremely
well-kept place and has the bonus of being set amongst spacious
grounds. Personally, I prefer to stay at either of the national
park's camp grounds but many birders have managed to see species
at the Juldis Khao Yai Resort and Spa that they found nowhere
else on their birdwatching tour of Thailand.
that prefer the comfort of a bed over camping, then the Juldis
resort is a good option; it is easy to find on the access
road to Khao Yai, 17 kilometres from Pak Chong.
birders will want to get into the national park, there is
some interesting birding around the grounds and along the
road and Red-breasted Parakeet is regularly seen in the area.