A giant specimen near Kanchanaburi , Thailand, known locally as chamchuri-yak (จามจุรียักษ์). "Chamchuri" is the Thai name of the tree species, whereas "yak" is the Thai pronunciation of yaksha, a mythical demon, referring in this context to the monstrous size of the tree. "Hidden inside the Royal Thai Army’s Division of Veterinary and Agriculture is this giant rain tree you might not believe your eyes. A 20-meter-tall single rain tree, aged older than 100 year, features a shady canopy that is measured 51.75 meters in diameter, which means it crowns over an area of 2,416 square meters.
Getting there: The tree is at enter the Royal Thai Army’s Division of Veterinary and Agriculture 1 at Ban Kasikam, Amphoe Dan Makham Tia district, some 3 kilometers from Wat Tham Mangkon Thong"