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Khao Yai #06

Let's go to the National Park!

 

Here is a sampling of the Do's and Don't's.

 

Khao Yai

Khao Yai #06

Let's go to the National Park!

 

Here is a sampling of the Do's and Don't's.

 

Khao Yai

comments (14)

  • Martine
  • France
  • 15 Jan 2018, 00:22
Des consignes logiques que tout le monde devrait suivre.
Ray: Je n'avais aucun problème avec ces règles, Martine ... elles sont probablement communes à la plupart des parcs nationaux du monde.
YAY! Seems easy enough...
Ray: Yes...nothing too constricting here, Elizabeth.
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 15 Jan 2018, 06:22
What an array of prohibitive signs - I am sure you were all very quiet!
Ray: We were quiet, as we didn't want toalarm any wild elephants that might be lurking in the jungle, Lisl! smile
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 15 Jan 2018, 06:32
I even understand the signs in Thai language!
Ray: Ha ha

Yes...I expect these signs are fairly common in National Parks all over the World, Philine.
  • Chris
  • Not Nowhere
  • 15 Jan 2018, 07:15
And what a lovely pile of simple rules they are
Ray: All quiet clear, neat, and in International Signage notation, Chris...I have no problem with this.
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 15 Jan 2018, 07:19
Now that's a surprise. Its the sort of signage I would expect to see in the UK. We would have an additional one "No fun allowed". I like the one tells people to be quiet. Most outdoor space is ruined by kids screaming.
Ray: Thailand's National Parks tend to be un-crowded, and the Rangers are quite unobtrusive, Alan...a visit can be relaxing and pleasant here.
Clair Net Precis ...il n'y a plus qu'a respecter .
Mais ne devrions nous pas etre assez raisonnable sans qu'on soit obligé de mettre ce genre de panneau ..Bonne journée à  toi
Ray: La plupart du temps, les règles du bon sens, Claudine, et leur affichage devraient être inutiles ... cependant, il y a souvent des visiteurs qui ne sont pas enclins à comprendre le bon sens, malheureusement.
Please be quiet...I'd like to see that one here grin
Ray: It is a good rule, for a couple of reasons, Bill:

#1. Allows other people to enjoy themselves, too, and

#2. Doesn't scare away any timid wildlife that might be nearby, or attract big wildlife like Elephants and Tigers.
  • gutteridge
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 15 Jan 2018, 08:08
Low gear could be hipster trousers Ray.
Ray: Europe is going to be such a beige place when you Pommies all Brexit, Chad...
What an array ofdont's. I once saw once by a Hong Kong harbour banning hand grenades for fishing, amazing what people get up to.
Ray: Ha Ha

In Thailand, people have been killed by wild elephants after getting out of their cars to photograph the elephants on the road.
The most imp. of them all must be the Beware of Wild Elephants.
Ray: More on that soon, Mary!
I could go along with those rules and regulations, it surprises me that people need to be reminded of the expected way to behave.
Ray: Thailand's National Parks are not hugely busy places, Brian, and my experience is that visitors tend to be quite well behaved. However, I think this main board of rules probably exists in most of the World's National Parks. Like you, I find it surprising that these rules need to be explicitly stated.
Aside from all these, have fun! smile
Let's hope the majority of visitors follow the rules!

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