Did you know Thailand has over 50 national parks that make up 14% of the country's total area? And these parks are home to 10% of Earth's animal species? Thailand is a land of incredible beauty with more than 50 protected national parks accounting for nearly 10% of the country's surface, but its stunning array of wildlife is often forgotten and rarely seen. Wild Thailand is a two-part National Geographic documentary series, featuring the wildlife of Thailand. The series reveals the hidden terrain in all its glory: from the strange and wonderful creatures to a small selection of the 27,000 species of flowering plants.
|Episode 1 - A Land of Beauty and Incredible Contrasts|
Episode 1 - A Land of Beauty and Incredible Contrasts
This episode follows the courtship and mating rituals of the great hornbills and the variety of wildlife species in the northern mountains.
Episode 2 - A Forgotten and Rarely Seen Wilderness
This episode follows a territorial gibbon family that is harassed by an Asiatic black bear and explores the rich abundance of life in the Andaman Sea.
|Thailand - wikipedia
Thailand, officially the Kingdom of Thailand, is a country located at the centre of the Indochina peninsula in Southeast Asia. Totalling 513,120 square kilometres Thailand is the world's 51st-largest country by total area.
|Thailand: Earth's Tropical Paradise
This is a three-part BBC nature documentary series hosted by Sophie Okonedo, exploring the tropical paradise of Thailand.
|The Living Edens - Thailand: Jewel of the Orient
This film explores the Southeast Asian nation's wildlife from the Buddhist perspectives of life's interconnectedness and its impermanence.
|Reef Life of the Andaman
This is an in-depth study of the marine life of Thailand and Burma (Myanmar), filmed over more than 1000 dives beneath the Andaman Sea.
|Around the World in 80 Gardens - South-East Asia
Monty Don visits some of inspiring gardens in South East Asia: the Jim Thompson's Garden, Bangkok; The Grand Palace, Bangkok; The City in a Garden, Singapore; Pura Taman Ayun, Mengwi, Bali; etc.