Officials are introducing new regulations controlling tourism at Kui Buri National Park now that the forest has reopened after eight months of closure due to the suspicious deaths of nearly 30 gaurs.
A photo of wild elephants taken at Kui Buri National Park after authorities reopened the park to tourists. Tawatchai Kemgumnerd
Kui Buri chief Prawatsart Chanthep said yesterday that new measures were put in place to allow tourists back into the park in Prachuap Khiri Khan province.
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