Lenya National Park is a national park located in the Tenasserim Hills, Burma in the border area with Thailand, limiting with the Namtok Huai Yang National Park. The park consists of 176,638 hectares of lowland tropical forest. The main purpose of the national park is the maintenance of natural resources. The demarcation is in course. It is governed by the Burma Forest Department and the level of protection is partial, for logging and forest plantations are allowed. The altitudes within the park range from 10 to 855 m. The endangered Gurney's pitta, endemic to Thailand and Myanmar, is found within the park.