The Pang Sida National Park in Sa Kaeo reopened Monday with visitors limited to 700 a day.
Park chief Booncherd Charoensuk said that after having been closed for more than a month due to Covid-19 outbreak, the national park reopened to welcome day visitors first while campers will have to wait.
All water-based activities still are suspended for the safety of tourists and park officials, he said.
The number of visitors are limited at 700 a day and they are required to comply strictly with disease-control measures, Mr. Booncherd said.
Pang Sida National Park is in the Sankamphaeng Range, covering 844 square kilometers in Sa Kaeo. Together with Khao Yai National Park, Thap Lan National Park, Ta Phraya National Park and the Dong Yai Wildlife Sanctuary, it constitutes a part of the Dong Phayayen Forest Complex UNESCO World Heritage Site, covering in total around 6,100 square kilometers.
Pang Sida is best known for its waterfall.