Buddhism, Thailand, Travel, Wildlife

Phu Kradung

Note from James Quilty: This is a trip to Thailand’s Phu Kradung – “Cowbell mountain” – a protected wildlife preserve in Northeast Thailand. Phu Kradung is a flat topped mountain of waterfalls, deep forests and savannas with wild elephants and raindeer that is only partially open to the public – it is also a very holy place to the Thais.

2 thoughts on “Phu Kradung”

  1. Hi J Quilty, thanks for the visit and sharing of your videos, I’ve posted several of your videos already and absolutely love the quality of the filming, and your narration. This video reminds me of the time I was living in Thailand, there is so much beauty in nature that most of us take for granted, and you’ve captured that beautifully. 🙂

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