The best places for camping in Thailand are in the national
parks. Almost all of the 76 national parks have at least
one camping site. Notable exceptions are Doi Suthep/Doi
Pui in Chiang Mai, Hat Jao Mai in Trang, Nam Tok Pliew
in Chanthaburi, and Thap Lan in Prachinburi, where camping
is not permitted.
parks have tents for rent for just five to ten baht
per person per night. You may have to bring your own
tent along to many other parks.
a good idea to take your own sleeping bag or mat and
other basic camping gear. You should also take a torch,
rain gear, insect repellent, a water container and a
small medical kit for your own convenience and safety.