Kui Buri is known to be the best elephant and gaur sighting place in Thailand. Established in 1999 the National Park is located in the Tenasserim Hills in Prachuap Khiri Khan Province. The forests consists of dry- and moist evergreen forests with exceptional trees and different species of palms. The national park is home to one of biggest population of gaurs in entire Thailand and around more than 300 elephants. Although the national park doesn’t have that many mammals such as nearby Kaeng Krachan National Park, it is probably the best spot in entire Thailand to easily see the elephants thanks to the easily accessible open areas. Other wild mammals such as gaurs, leopards, deers, bantengs and langurs are common in the national park. Some of the common birds that can be seen in Kui Buri are crested fireback, Indian roller and Asian openbill.