Khao Laem National Park Kanchanaburi Province
- Khao Laem National Park is another Park which forms part of the Western Forest Complex and is to the west of Thung Yai Naresuan Wildlife Sanctuary and south of the Three Pagodas Pass. In the center of the Park is the large Khao Laem Reservoir.
- The vegetation in Khao Laem National Park comprises Mixed Deciduous Forest and Tropical Evergreen Forest.
- The climate is monsoon with an annual rainfall of 1,150 mm. It has three seasons, the hot dry period of March to May inclusive, the rainy seaon of May to October inclusive and the cooler dry seaon of November to Feruary inclusive.
The principal tourist attractions at Khao Laem National Park are;
- The Kroeng Krawla Waterfalls,
- The Kroeng Krawla Cave
- The Bo Ong Burmese Mon Pagoda
- The Trateng Cheng Waterfall
- The Dal Chong Thong Waterfall
- Kroeng Krawla Swamp
Khao Laem National Park is part of the Western Forest Complex Thailand
- Khao Laem National Park is part of the Western Forest Complex Thailand and accordingly part of the region's Biodiversity Conservation Landscapes. Accordingly the Park is not isolated but part of the greater strategy for conservation in the region.