Thailand, known for its spectacular parks, has begun mailing litter back to tourists. Photo: DPA Thailand, known for its spectacular parks, has begun mailing litter back to tourists. Photo: DPA
Thailand, known for its spectacular parks, has begun mailing litter back to tourists. Photo: DPA

Thailand’s Khao Yai National Park mails tourists’ rubbish back to them

  • Environment Minister Varawut Silpa-archa posts Facebook photo of empty bottles and snack bags packaged in box with note to offenders
  • He also warns that littering can be punished by up to five years in prison or a US$16,000 fine

Topic |   Thailand
Thailand, known for its spectacular parks, has begun mailing litter back to tourists. Photo: DPA Thailand, known for its spectacular parks, has begun mailing litter back to tourists. Photo: DPA
Thailand, known for its spectacular parks, has begun mailing litter back to tourists. Photo: DPA
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