Kui Buri sprawls across moist equatorial forests that is home to a variety of tropical flora and fauna. Located practically in the center of the country, this area is best known as the base for expeditions to Kui Buri National Park. Wonderfully peaceful and picturesque, a wildlife tour in the region offers the rare chance of observing wild Asian elephants amble about their natural habitat. The forest is teeming with plenty of other animals too, including gaurs, jackals, leopards and langur monkeys. Set on the fringes of the lush greenery, Kui Buri village offers its own quaint, rural charm, including the chance to watch villagers make paper from pineapples, tap rubber, and engage in wooden craftwork.