Thailand is home to a wide range of animals, many of which can be spotted in their natural habitats as well as conservation areas and zoos.
Most of the Indochinese tigers in Thailand are located within the sprawling Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary in Western Thailand.
Crab-eating macaques can be found in multiple locations throughout Thailand, but none so fascinating as the village of Lopburi, where the monkeys roam the streets and coexist with humans.
The Indochinese tiger is a rare tiger species, and across the globe there are just 600 of these incredible animals remaining.
Lar gibbons spend most of their time in tree canopies and they sleep in trees for 16 hours a day, making them a challenge to spot unless visitors know what to look for.
However, with over 20,000 gibbons in Thailand, those on guided tours have a fantastic chance of spotting them.