By The Nation
Temperatures in the park have dropped to 17-18 degrees Celsius.
Supakul Chanla, the head of development of the park, said the park was closed for three months due to the lockdown measures and was reopened only when restrictions were eased.
The reopening coincided with the holidays for Asalha Bucha and Buddhist Lent while the weather was cool as the rainy season had begun.
People are enjoying their free time in the beauty of nature, observing the sea of fog and feeling the refreshing breeze, he said.
The park has several cliffs from where visitors can enjoy breathtaking views of the evergreen mountains and take beautiful photos. The park is open from 7am to 5pm every day.
Like any other tourist attraction during the Covid-19 pandemic, visitors are required to follow the new normal rules of wearing face masks and maintaining social distancing.