The disastrous effects of the floods that have swept across Thailand have continued to be felt in the country’s national parks. As a result of the floods, seventeen national parks across the country have decided to temporarily close waterfalls and other natural areas, according to a piece that was published yesterday in Nation Thailand.

The following is a list of the 17 websites that will go offline for an indefinite period of time:

Doi Kham Fah in Pha Daeng National Park Tourist spots and accommodations in Khuean Srinagarindra National Park Tourist spots and accommodations in Na Yung Nam Som National Park Hin Samchan, Huay Toei, and Huay Pai waterfalls in Phu Ruea National Park Mae Keong Luang waterfall in Wiang Kosai National Park Tat Mok and Song Nang waterfalls and the Huaibong service area in Tat Mok National Park Mae Ke

The majority of the nation’s national parks have been forced to temporarily close its waterfalls as a result of spills. The Nang Rong Waterfall in Khao Yai National Park had a rise in water level of more than one meter during the month of August, which caused a bridge to become submerged.

The water level reached an all-time high at one of the province’s other national parks, which hadn’t been witnessed in years. Between fifty centimeters and one meter of water may be found in Wang Takrai park, which is located in the Sarika subdistrict.

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