This year, Sa Kaeo province is aiming to be "a green tourist province" with the focus on eco-tourism and anti-global warming. Its governor Sanit Naksuksri invites all to the 8th Pang Sida Butterfly Watching Festival in order to cherish the unspoiled beauty of forests in Thailand's Eastern Region.
The Grand Palace and the Temple of the Emerald Buddha.
Pang Sida National Park in Sa Kaeo province is part of the Khao Yai-Dong Phaya Yen forests, hailed by Unesco as a World Heritage site. Around May-July every year, it becomes a heaven for butterfly watchers as Thailand's most butterfly-populated area with more than 100,000 butterflies from over 450 species in sight.
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