I am planning a mammal/bird trip to Thailand for April. Our main site is Kaeng Krachen. I have got Richard Webb’s trip report plus bird gen but if anyone else has mammal watching gen/tips they’d like to share I’d be grateful. It sounds like spot-lighting is very limted do to park times, which is a pity because many of my mammal ‘gaps’ are nocturnal.
We’re still deciding where else to visit. Although I have spent a lot of time in this part of the world, it was over twenty years ago so my knowledge is very out of date. Hui Kha Kaeng is appealing for Banteng but I’m not clear how easy it is to visit. It obviously was difficult in the past, but I’m not sure if that is still the case. It’s only a two week trip so I don’t want to risk getting there and not getting in. Any knowledge appreciated or any other recommendations within about 5 hours of Bangkok.
Thanks in advance