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Phu Wiang National Park, Khon Kaen

       Phu Wiang National Park, Wiang Kao District, Phu Wiang District, Pink District, and Chum Phae District cover a total area of 380 square kilometers. Tourists must think of dinosaurs when they think about Phu Wiang National Park. No one imagined that the highlands of modern-day Thailand would be home to dinosaurs until 1976 when uranium resources in Phu Wiang National Park were discovered. Geologists uncovered a chunk of bone during the voyage. And when it was transferred to French scientists for analysis, the results revealed a bone from a dinosaur’s left knee. From then till now, the explorers have been continuously excavating.

Phu Wiang National Park, Khon Kaen Province, Thailand

Story of Phu Wiang National Park

       This national park is constantly reminding visitors of dinosaurs. Nobody has previously suspected that the Isan plateau was once home to dinosaurs. Until 1976, when a uranium survey team uncovered a relic, which was studied by French experts and determined to be a dinosaur’s left knee bone. After that, there has never been an end to real execration till now. Phu Wiang National Park, which spans 380 square kilometers in Khon Kaen Province’s Wiang Kao, Phu Wiang, Si Chomphu, and Chum Phae districts, is home to a variety of noteworthy sites. Geologists discovered dinosaur remains on the hill, Pratu Ti Ma, which was the first site. The dinosaur was 15 meters tall and had a long neck and tail. Because this is a new species of plant-eating dinosaur, it was given the name Phuwiangosaurus Sirindhornae in honor of H.R.H Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn.

Phu Wiang National Park, Khon Kaen Province, Thailand

       Over ten teeth of a meat-eating dinosaur have also been discovered at this location. As a result, geologists and biologists assumed the long-necked dinosaur was prey for the owner of these teeth. One of these teeth stands out from the rest. Scientists discovered that it belonged to a previously unknown dinosaur species after doing research. As a result, it was given the name Siamosaurus Suteethorni in honor of its discoverer, Mr. Warawuth Suteethorn. Tourists can visit the second and third locations nearby if they are interested in seeing the site, which is not far from the headquarters.

Phu Wiang National Park, Khon Kaen Province, Thailand

       The oldest Siamotyrannus Isanensis fossils discovered here date back 120-130 million years. This suggests that the tyrannosaurus came from Asia. These fossils are presently on display at the Department of Mineral Resources’ museum. There are 68 dinosaur footprints at the eighth location, which date back 140 million years. The majority of them are members of the world’s tiniest meat-eating dinosaur species, which walked on two legs. There is one larger footprint among these that is thought to belong to Carnosaurus. The distance between these locations and the headquarters is 19 kilometers. By automobile, it takes about an hour to get there, and a four-wheel drive is suggested. Geologists discovered dinosaur babies, small crocodiles, and mussels in many locations dating back 150 million years.

Phu Wiang National Park, Khon Kaen Province, Thailand

Topography of Phu Wiang National Park

       The area’s general morphology is a hollow-circle-shaped mountain range. A basin sits in the center. It is made up of mountains with varying degrees of steepness. The highest point in the westernmost mountain range is 844 meters above sea level. The highest point in the area is 470 meters above sea level, on a mountain to the southwest. Dinosaur fossils can be found to the north of the inner mountain area. The foothills’ lowest point is 210 meters above sea level. The Khorat plateau is home to Phu Wiang National Park. The piling of sediments on the soil, which is more than 4,000 meters thick, is the reason for this.

Phu Wiang National Park, Khon Kaen Province, Thailand

       The red sediment, also known as the Khorat stone, is a sedimentary layer that is almost entirely red and consists of stone units, Khao Phra Wihan, stone pillars, Phu Phan stone, and Khok gravel. Sludge and quaternary mud had accumulated on the rocks. In the present day, a survey of the uranium line in the area is also underway. The upstream source of Huai Sai Khao is Phu Wiang National Park, which flows into Nam Phong Huai Bang, leaving Huai Nam Lai, which will flow into Chern Huai Ruea, Huai Khum Poon, Huai Nam Bon, and Huai Maew, both Nam Phong, Hua Yong. The Chern River, meanwhile, drains into the Ubol Ratana Dam.

Phu Wiang National Park, Khon Kaen Province, Thailand

Climatic characteristics of Phu Wiang

       The southeast monsoon has an impact on Phu Wiang National Park. As a result, it is divided into three seasons: Summer lasts from March to April, with the greatest average temperature of 36.5 degrees Celsius in April. The rainy season lasts from May to October, with an average annual rainfall of 1,199 mm. 16.6 degrees Celsius in December

Phu Wiang National Park, Khon Kaen Province, Thailand

Fauna and Flora on Phu Wiang National Park

       The forest conditions of Phu Wiang National Park can be categorized into three types: dry evergreen forest, which covers the largest area; wet evergreen forest, which covers the smallest area; and wet evergreen forest, which covers the smallest area. Deciduous forest and mixed forest are the next two types of forest. The majority of the dry evergreen forests may be found in the northern section of the national park and stream area. Takhian Hin, rosewood, Sompong, Krabok, Macha Mong, Klang, Klang, Hemp, Daeng, Sakae Saeng, and other plants are essential. Orchid, Chan Pha, Khok Turmeric, White Krachia, and other ground and epiphytic plants. Dipterocarpa declens In comparison to dry evergreen forests, forest covers the foothills in the lower area. The Phu Pratu Tee Ma area and the continuation of the mountains surrounding the Phu Wiang Mountain Range, as well as the foothills of the surrounding mountains of Phu Wiang, are home to this species. Rubberwood, wattle, antimony, teng, nest, wild yor, ebony crow, anchor, bird’s foot, and other plants are important. Acacia, grass, pek, wild jasmine, brittle, cauliflower, fenpan, and black stem fern are some of the lower ground flora.

Phu Wiang National Park, Khon Kaen Province, Thailand

       Mixed deciduous forest is found between the dry evergreen and deciduous dipterocarp forest boundaries, as well as within some deciduous dipterocarp forests. Some regions near Phu Pratu Tee Ma and the outer slopes of the Phu Wiang Mountain Range are home to this species. Pradu, Salao, Tabaek Yai, Rak, Rakfah, Thong Lang Pa, Katsai, and other plants are essential. Wild boars, foxes, macaques, spotted eagles, wild hare, multicolored squirrels, leprechauns, white-cheeked flying squirrels, northern chipmunk, flying squirrels, bats, white-bellied bats, guinea pigs, pheasant ducks, red ducks, white-tailed hawks, and hawks are among the wild animals that live in the Phu Wiang forest Wads, wads, king cobras, chikra doves, wild birds, field quail, striped quail, wads, wads, etc.

Phu Wiang National Park, Khon Kaen Province, Thailand

Travel to Phu Wiang National Park

 Travel by car     

       Khon Kaen Province is 86 kilometers from Phu Wiang National Park. Through Ban Fang District, take National Highway No. 12 (Khon Kaen – Chum Phae). Nong Ruea is a district in Nong Ruea. At the crossroads of the Phu Wiang District, It divides along Provincial Highway No. 2038 for about 38 kilometers through Phu Wiang District and the National Park Protection Unit at Pha Wor. 1 (Pak Chong Phu Wiang) to Phu Wiang National Park Office at Phu Pratu Tee Ma, a distance of roughly 48 kilometers.

Service fee

       Thais pay 40 baht for adults and 20 baht for children; foreigners pay 200 baht for adults and 100 baht for children, plus a service fee. Except on public holidays, Thai travelers receive a 50% discount Monday through Friday.

Phu Wiang National Park, Khon Kaen Province, Thailand
Phu Wiang National Park, Khon Kaen Province, Thailand

Information about the campground

       The camping ground, It’s a camping site that’s near to nature, calm, and shaded, and free of outside intrusion. A tourist information center is not far away. The bathrooms and shower rooms are spotless and up to date. There are approximately 6-7 rooms, which is sufficient for travelers. However, there is no hot water or power. As a result, flashlights, lanterns, power banks for cameras and mobile phones, mosquito repellants, and no welfare shops must be prepared. You must cook your meal and provide your grilling equipment. And there isn’t even a phone signal here.

Phu Wiang National Park, Khon Kaen Province, Thailand

       Lodges and tent sites are available for rent in the national park, with prices ranging from 1,200 to 3,000 baht. A facilities A tourist center, restaurants, lodges, and a camping ground are all available. Officers at Phu Wiang National Park, P.O. Box 1, Nai Mueang Subdistrict, Phu Wiang District, Khon Kaen Province 40150 Telephone 08 5852 1771, National Park Office Department of National Parks Wildlife and Plant Species Tel. 0 2562 0760, or website www.dnp.go.th are available to assist visitors.

Interesting site of Phu Wiang National Park.

Phu Wiang National Park, Khon Kaen Province, Thailand

Tad Fa Waterfall

       Tad Fa Waterfall is in the Phu Wiang National Park district, Non-Sung Village, Nai Mueang Subdistrict, Wiang Kao District, Khon Kaen Province, with the vastness of the Phu Wiang Mountains that cover an area of five districts in Khon Kaen Province, namely Phu Wiang District, Pink District, Chum Phae District, Wiang Kao District, and Nong Na Kham District. Tad Fa Waterfall is a medium-sized waterfall in the Tad Fa National Park. In the north of the Phu Wiang Mountains, there is only one layer, which is around 30 meters high and 30 meters broad. Huai Tad Fa marks the border between Khon Kaen Province’s Phu Pha Man District and Phetchabun Province’s Nam Nao District. It pours through the forest and into the basin below, eventually transforming into the tears of the sky that we see today.

Phu Wiang National Park, Khon Kaen Province, Thailand

       Even though it is a small waterfall, the highlight is the white stream that comes down in layers, making you feel more refreshed, especially when combined with the lush foliage all around. Because there are a basin and dunes at the bottom. During the dry season, when the water table is low. Water will seep into the sand basin as it falls from the waterfall cliff. As a result, visiting during that time is not recommended. The rainy season is the finest time to visit Tad Fa Waterfall since, aside from being refreshing, it is also the most beautiful. We will also be able to take in the breathtaking sight of the waterfall.


Phu Wiang National Park, Khon Kaen Province, Thailand

How to Get to the Tad Fa Waterfall

       If you’re traveling by automobile, take Highway 12 between Khon Kaen and Chum Phae. For around 48 kilometers, pass via Ban Fang and Nong Ruea districts. To enter, turn right at the intersection. Take Highway No. 2038 until you reach Phu Wiang District, then take the Phu Wiang – Ban Muang Mai route until you reach the 30th kilometer and turn left at the entrance. Ban Pho Reservoir is a reservoir in Ban Pho, Vietnam. Continue straight for approximately 8 kilometers. When you arrive at the Phu Wiang National Park Office, drive for about 6 kilometers into the national park until you reach a parking area, then walk for another 200 meters to see Tad Fa Waterfall.

Google location: https://goo.gl/maps/DeVan5dGf1fnzV4BA


Phu Wiang National Park, Khon Kaen Province, Thailand

Dinosaur Park Si Wiang

       It is a 25-rai public park located along Highway No. 2038 on the approach to Phu Wiang National Park, with the park as a backdrop. The Phu Wiang mountain range is where you’ll find it. The dinosaur park is designed to look like a park in the park’s region. There is a garden and a sitting table with a model of little and giant dinosaurs. Some people may cry and move at the same time. Travel To go to Phu Wiang National Park, take the same route. Si Wiang Dinosaur Park can be found on the left-hand side of the road after traveling 70 kilometers from Khon Kaen to Phu Wiang District and then another 7 kilometers from the district. Disabled and elderly facilities are available. Parking There is no disabled parking available.

Phu Wiang National Park, Khon Kaen Province, Thailand

       However, the parking lot is a large space along the park’s connecting route. There’s a tiny park with life-size dinosaur statues. For visitors to Phu Wiang National Park and the Phu Wiang Dinosaur Museum, it has become an activity area, a rest stop, and a tourism destination. This dinosaur park was constructed in the year B.E. 2007 with the help of many different sectors. The Phu Wiang National Park has been designated as the responsible agency for the time being. With workers to facilitate the welfare shop (even if the area is beyond the park’s boundaries). Many dinosaur statues are available for viewing and photographing.

Phu Wiang National Park, Khon Kaen Province, Thailand

Viewpoint Pha Chom Tawan

       Khon Kaen Province’s “Phu Wiang National Park” features a “Pha Chom Tawan Viewpoint” where you can enjoy the lovely dawn and sea mist. Another notable feature of the park is the exquisite beauty of the sea of mist near Chom Tawan Cliff, which is visible during the rainy season when the weather permits. until it is dubbed “Khon Kaen’s Unseen Sea of Fog Viewpoint”. Wiang Kao District is home to Pha Chom Tawan Viewpoint. The Tad Fa Waterfall is around 2.5 kilometers away, while the Tad Fa camping area is about 3 kilometers away. You may view it by driving up in a sedan. The viewing region is distinguished by a rock terrace formed by the elevation of tectonic plates and faults that form a cliff, which provides a spectacular view of the valley below as well as views of the Ubonrat Dam Reservoir. In Khon Kaen Province, there is another spectacular dawn location.

Phu Wiang National Park, Khon Kaen Province, Thailand

       Traveling from Khon Kaen to Pha Chom Tawan Through Ban Fang District, take National Highway No. 12 (Khon Kaen – Chum Phae). District of Nong Ruea Turns right onto Highway No. 2038 for 18 kilometers to Phu Wiang District, a distance of around 48 kilometers. then take the Phu Wiang – Ban Muang Mai route. Turn left at the entrance of Ban Pho Reservoir for a distance of 8 kilometers to Phu Wiang National Park Office until the 30th kilometer. Then travel for about 10 kilometers up the hill to Tad Fa Waterfall, which is about 2 kilometers away.

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Wat Pa Phu Kon, Udon Thani

       Another lovely temple in Thailand’s northeast is Wat Pa Phu Kon in the Na Yung District of Udon Thani province. The splendor of Buddhist art building and the peacefulness of Wat Pa Phu Kon attract visitors. This temple is located in the heart of rich mountains and maintains the prosperity forest, wildlife, and diverse plants on an area of more than 3,000 rai. Tourists who have the opportunity to visit Udon Thani should go to the temple to worship.

Wat Pa Phu Kon, Udon Thani, Thailand

Wat Pa Phu Kon story

       Wat Pa Phu Kon is located in the Na Yung-Nam Som National Forest Reserve at Ban Na Kham Yai, Tambon Ban Kong, on the border of three provinces: Udon Thani, Loei, and Nong Khai. The temple arose from a number of Buddhists’ recognition of the contribution and benefits of nature and watershed forests, which were gradually deteriorating, as well as their desire to follow in the footsteps of the late King Rama IX in keeping forests fertile. As a result, they sought permission to build Wat Pa Phu Kon on land within the Na Yung-Nam Som National Forest Reserve. Wat Pa Phu Kon is a tranquil location where monks can practice meditation and mental development. The image hall, surrounding pavilions, and buildings on the hilltop are all beautifully designed in the Thai style. The image hall in Rattanakosin art has three entrances and houses the “Phra Phuttha Saiyat Lokkanat Satsada Maha Muni,” a white marble Buddha image in the posture of entering Nibbana.

Wat Pa Phu Kon highlight

Wat Pa Phu Kon, Udon Thani, Thailand

Phra Phuttha Saiyat Lokkanat Satsada Maha Muni

       The 20-meter-long reclining image features exquisite Buddha’s marks and was built in 2011 on the auspicious occasion of H.M. the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s 7th Cycle or 84th Birthday Anniversary. The interior of the image hall features spectacular decorations of the Buddha’s teachings, with 22 panels of copper relief around the walls depicting the Lord Buddha’s life and Ten Birth-stories, with the goal of communicating the Lord Buddha’s perseverance and sacrifice in order to obtain the Ten Perfections during each of his ten incarnations. Above each panel is a carved phrase from the Itipiso chanting in dark green on white marble, making the image hall’s walls appealing and one-of-a-kind.

Wat Pa Phu Kon, Udon Thani, Thailand

Ong Phra Pathom Rattana Buraphachan Maha Chedi

       On top of a hill, there is also “Ong Phra Pathom Rattana Buraphachan Maha Chedi,” a bell-shaped chedi covered in golden mosaic. At the front of the Chedi stands the 4.5-metre-tall principal Buddha image of “Phra Ruang Rungrot Si Burapha” in the posture of persuading the relatives not to quarrel. The Buddha’s relics are enshrined in the Chedi’s topmost orb. Inside, the second floor houses carved marble images of meditation monk masters, while the first floor houses the eight requisites as well as pictures of the monk masters.


Wat Pa Phu Kon, Udon Thani, Thailand

Visiting Wat Pa Phu Kon

       When you arrive in Udon Thani, take the Nong Khai Provincial Highway. When you reach the 13th kilometer marker, turn left into Ban Phue District, then Na Yung District until you reach Ban Na Kham Yai, where you will find Wat Pa Phu Kon. The journey from Udon Thani town to Wat Pa Phu Kon is 125 kilometers long and takes approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes. All types of vehicles are permitted to access the temple. However, if it is a large bus, you must stop at the entrance and take a minibus to the temple for a fee of 20 baht per person.

Location: https://goo.gl/maps/HqpLdwioxv4kACGP7

Address : 99 Village No. 6, Ban Kong Subdistrict, Na Yung District, Udon Thani 41380

Tel : 08-2835-0668

Open for viewing: 08:30 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.

Website : https://www.facebook.com/watpaphukon/ 


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Wat Pha Tak Suea, Nong Khai, Thailand

       Wat Pha Tak Suea, It is a temple with breathtaking scenery. When visitors stand on the viewer point and look down from the cliff, they can see the way of life of Thai and Lao people. Inside the temple, there is complete nature, and you can walk along the cliffs to see nature and beautiful scenery. Sanghom District has more tourist attractions than other areas in Nong Khai Province. The temple known as “Wat Pha Tak Suea” is one of the temples that, in addition to being a place of meditation, also serves as a beautiful viewpoint. The temple is popular with tourists due to its location at the top of the mountain. If you climb the cliff, you will see a beautiful view that can be seen on the Thai side, which is a social district, and on the Lao side, where the Mekong River is blocked. If you go in the winter, this cliff is another point where there is a sea of mist. The view will be met by a variety of mountains that vary in complexity, as well as the Mekong River. Because it’s a shady and peaceful day, the temple above is also suitable for meditation.

Wat Pha Tak Suea

Wat Pha Tak Suea history

       The Pha Tak Suea Temple, formerly known as “Wat Tham Phra,” is a meditation temple on a hill in Nong Khai Province’s Sangkhom District. The temple was founded in 1934 by a monk named “Petch Patipo,” who came to practice the Dharma around Tham Phra and founded Wat Pha Tak Suea. Later, Buddhist relics were brought to be enshrined as a place of worship for Buddhism on April 2, 2007.

       Wat Pha Tak Suea is a temple surrounded by lush greenery and beautiful scenery. It is regarded as one of the most beautiful Mekong River viewpoints in the Northeast. The temple has a skywalk glass floor that protrudes about 6 meters from the cliff at a height of about 500 meters above sea level, allowing tourists to stand and admire the most beautiful panoramic views of Nong Khai city. This clear glass skywalk is Thailand’s first of its kind. Thai engineers worked closely on its design and construction. The floors and railings are made of laminated tampered glass, which has a high level of stability and can support more than 40 tons. On April 5, 2016, it was opened to tourists for the first time.

       When the Mekong River recedes, visitors can stand at the Skywalk viewpoint and look down on the Mekong River, where the sandbar is clearly streaked with serpent scales. The scales of the Naga Rim Khong are regarded as one of nature’s marvels. If you look to the left from this vantage point, you will see a view of the long, curved Mekong River. There is a large island in the middle of the river. This gives the Mekong River the appearance of a Y-shaped split, and it is possible to see Laos. In addition to the Skywalk viewpoint, there is now a viewpoint before reaching Wat Pha Tak Suea that allows for a clear view of the serpent scales.

       When the weather is cold and the relative humidity is high, thick fog will form around Wat Pha Tak Suea. You will be able to see the beauty of the sea of mist from dawn until late, around 09:00 a.m., especially in winter, and tourists will come all day to experience the beauty of the high-angle view over the Mekong River.

Travel to Wat Pha Tak Suea

Wat Pha Tak Suea

Traveling to Nong Khai Province

– Vehicle (car/bus),
From Bangkok, take a car.
The distance from Bangkok to Nong Khai Province is 628 kilometers, and the journey takes approximately 9 hours and 30 minutes.

– Train,
From Bangkok, take the train to Nong Khai Province.
The quickest time is about 10 hours and 30 minutes, but depending on the type of train, it may take longer.

Nong Khai, on the other hand, does not have an airport.
Those who wish to travel by plane should land in the neighboring province of Udon Thani and then drive to Nong Khai.

Wat Pha Tak Suea


How to Get to Wat Pha Tak Suea

       Wat Pha Tak Suea is a temple in Bangkok, Thailand. Tambon Pha Tang, Amphoe Sangkhom, is located about 80 kilometers from Nong Khai Province and takes 1 hour and 30 minutes to reach by car.

Hours of operation: Wat Pha Tak Suea is open from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. daily.

Pha Tang Subdistrict is located in Sangkhom District, Nong Khai Province.

Wat Pha Tak Suea

Other information you should be aware of

Tourists must follow the following rules when visiting the scenery on the Wat Pha Tak Suea Skywalk:

*Suggestions for viewing the scenery from the Sky Walk*

1. Tourists under the age of five or the elderly
While viewing the Sky Walk, parents or escorts should keep an eye on their children.

2. A female tourist dressed in a skirt.
I need to put on pants first.
before ascending to view the scenery from the Sky Walk

3. Plan a visit to the Sky Walk between 9.30 a.m. and 4.30 p.m.

4. While admiring the scenery from the Sky Walk, strictly adhere to the staff’s instructions.

*Guidelines for viewing the scenery from the Sky Walk*

1. Tourists can go up to see the scenery on the Sky Walk for 20 people per round, with a limit of 5 people walking into the glass floor overhang at a time.
The scenery can be seen in no more than three minutes.

2. Visitors must change their shoes to cloth or rubber shoes provided by the staff.

3. Bags and/or heavier metal items are not permitted on the Sky Walk, except for a portable camera.
as well as mobile phone

4. No drinks or food are permitted on the Sky Walk.

5. Please do not bring any materials.
Hang it on the Sky Walk railing glass or place it on the glass floor.

6. Do not rely on, climb, hang, shake, or walk on glass railings or the Sky Walk.

7. No running, jogging, or jumping up and down on the Sky Walk while admiring the scenery.

Wat Pha Tak Suea

8. Tourists are not permitted to enjoy the scenery on the Sky Walk when it is raining or overcast.
or a powerful gust of wind blows

9. Tourists who visit the Sky Walk to see the scenery walk in the order of their visits.
You must not overtake and must enter or exit in the specified direction.

10. Intoxicated tourists are strictly prohibited from viewing the scenery on the Sky Walk.

11. Tourists with congenital diseases, such as epilepsy, are not permitted to enjoy the scenery from the Sky Walk.

12. It is strictly forbidden for tourists with disabilities to push wheelchairs onto the glass floor.

13. Visitors are not permitted to bring pets of any kind onto the Sky Walk.

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Tham Phra Waterfall, Bueng Kan, Thailand


        Tham Bang Phra is a stone cliff that is 100 metres broad and 50 metres high. Tourists must park their vehicles and proceed to the waterfall by boat which provided by the community. Continue walking for another 200 metres to reach the waterfall. Tham Phra Waterfall is located in Baan Non Somboon, which is 34 kilometers from Se Ka District. The tranquil Phu Tham Phra Monastery can be found nearby. At the back of the stone yard, there is a 200 km2 pan-shaped valley with water falling to the bottom at a 100-meter-wide cliff. Swimming is permitted during the rainy season. Huai Bung Bat is the source of this 50-meter-high waterfall.

Tham Phra Waterfall


Tham Phra Waterfall is broken into three parts:

            The first waterfall can be found below. It appears that a flowing waterfall lowers into the bottom of the pan with deep water, which is suited for individuals who can swim and attracts a large number of tourists. Teenagers, in particular, enjoy jumping in the water and having a good time.

            The middle of the waterfall (climb up from the first section) appears to be a network of streams. Although there is a powerful torrent, the water is shallow. Many people visit this spot to swim and play in the water. Many visitors, including small children, older children, teenagers, and some adults, enjoy fun slides along the canals and currents. as well as a humorous whistling sound. On one side of the waterfall in the middle, there is a cliff. Two Buddha figures fashioned by folk art are enshrined along the cliff. The popular waterfall tourists come to pay devotion to one other for uninterrupted benefits.

            Then, above the weir, there will be a staircase going up to the highlight of Tham Phra Waterfall. It’s a broad, fluffy white waterfall that cascades into the shallow basin below. where a lot of people come to sit and watch the waterfall and swim because there is a wide basin with shallow water with this waterfall’s allure as a result, during the rainy season, such as this At Phu Tham Phra Waterfall, which is packed with tourists, it appears to be a natural water park on a wide stone terrace that is quite pleasurable. The allure of Phu Tham Phra Waterfall will have a fantastic and gorgeous stream to experience only during the rainy season, which runs from August to October.

How to travel

                There will be a boat service available for visitors to Tham Phra Waterfall. It will be a massive iron vessel. And will be running around all day picking up passengers. The cost each individual is merely 20 baht. The boat ride to the waterfall’s entrance takes around 10 minutes. We’ll go another 500 metres when we reach to visit this water park in the middle of the forest. Tham Phra Waterfall provides plenty of water all year. Only in March and April is there less water.

Address: Tham Phra Waterfall, Ban Tham Phra, Sok Kam Subdistrict, Seka District, Bueng Kan Province

Location: https://goo.gl/maps/Y1XCrfc2kSe1V2ky5

Open for visiting: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Tel: 0-85761-6096

Website: https://www.facebook.com/thamprawaterfall/

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