Khao Chamao-Khao Wong National Park is shared by two provinces (Chantaburi and Rayong) and named after mountains in each province. This is one of Thailand's smaller parks but boasts extensive forests ranging from sea-level to around 1,000 metres high. The park houses a range of wildlife including elephants, bears, wild pigs, deer, monkeys and around 50 varieties of bird. A variety of different types of accommodation are available including bungalows and camping.
How to get there: If you are in your own vehicle and travelling from Rayong take highway 3 to Klaeng district and go seven kilometres on to route 3377 to Nam Sai village. Turn right and drive one kilometre and you will come to the park headquarters. Buses leave from Rayong bus station for areas around the park every 10 minutes.
Khao Laem Ya - Mu Ko Samet National Park
79 Mu 1, Ban Kon Ao
Hat Mae Ramphueng-Phe Road
Tel: (038) 652-136
Fax: (038) 6530034