BANGKOK: Thailand’s environment minister has announced that garbage dumped by tourists in a national park will be sent back to their homes.
According to international media reports, the administration of Khao Yai National Park has required all tourists to give their home address and register before entering.
In this regard, banners and warning boards have also been installed in the National Park on which it is written that tourists should take care of cleanliness and throw garbage in the designated places.
The park’s management says visitors to the 800-square-mile area throw away plastic bottles, lunch boxes, and other items, including plastic bags.
He emphasized that littering in Thailand’s national parks was a crime punishable by up to five years in prison.