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Thailand’s national park “passport” already sold out, thanks to Cullen Hateberry

The ‘Passport to Thailand’s National Parks’, which travellers can get stamped to show which national parks they have already visited, is now out of stock after South Korean YouTubers, ‘Cullen Hateberry’, recently introduced it on their channel.

Atthaphon Charoenchansa, director-general of the National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation Department, said the initial 90,000 “passports” have sold out and the department has ordered more, which are expected to be available at national parks around the country in the middle of this month.

The price of each passport is Bt100, he said, adding that he was told that they were being sold via an online shopping platform for about Bt250-300 each.

The department is considering giving rewards to those who visit all the national parks within 2 years. “Maybe we will give them a free pass to the national parks,” he said.


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