Khuean Srinagarindra National Park Kanchanaburi
- Khuean Srinagarindra National Park in Kanchanaburi Province is close to Sai Yok and Erawan National Parks and should be part of a comprehensive visit to the region.
- The size of the Park is 1,532 square kilometers.
- 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 park is habitat of various wildlife such as Asian Elephant, Guar, Tiger, Sambar Deer, White handed Gibbon and Phayer's Langur. Different birds such as Red Junglefowl, Oriental Pied Hornbill, Thick-billed Pigeon, Scarlet-backed Flowerpecker, Olive-backed Sunbird and Scally-breaasted Munia. Freshwater Fish such as Yellow Mystus, Transverse-bar Barb, Spotted Featherback, Giant Snake-headed Fish and Greater Brook Carp.
- This is limestone karst country with Limestone Forest, Mixed Deciduous Forest, Deciduous Dipterocarp Forest and Tropical Evergreen Forest.
- The Park is a water shed forest to feed the Srinagarinda Dam. For this reason plus the fact it contains some natural geographic features of merit, such as Huai Mae Khamin and Pha Tat Waterfalls, it was made a National Park. The reservoir today is attractive landscape and the Park also contains hot springs, caves (Phra Cave and Neramit Cave) and Karst landscape.
The tourist places of interest at Khuean Srinagarindra National Park are;
- Phra Cave
- Hot Springs
- Nam Chon Reservoir
- Pha Tat Waterfall
- Neramit Cave
- Huai Khamin Waterfall