Due to the impact of the new crown epidemic, Thailand closed all national parks on March 25. Khao Yai National Park closed for the first time in 58 years since the park was opened, and several roads crossing the national park have been closed. Such a move would instead restore wildlife and natural resources.
Inspired by this, the Thai government plans to close the national park for 3 months every year. Tan Ya, director of the National Park Service of Thailand, said that although it will lose income, it can allow the natural environment and resources to recuperate and recover. This is an invaluable precious value.
Khao Yai National Park in Thailand has shared a series of photos since late March, including elephants moving freely on the road, crested hornbill eating insects, and mustache antelope resting on the cliff.