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Tat Mok National Park

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Tat Mok National Park

Tat Mok National Park

The National Park covers the area of 290 square kilometres in Phetohabun: It has been declared as the Thailand‘s national park since 1998. Tat Mok National Park has a huge waterfall  fed by streams flowing down cracks and crevices of the mountains creating a beautiful waterfall.

Tat Mok National Park

Tat Mok National Park

Tat Mok National Park Geography

The National Park features rugged mountain range. It also gave birth to the main tributaries of the Mae Nam Pa Sak and Mae Nam Chi.

Tat Mok National Park Flora and fauna

Mixed deciduous forest, deciduous dipterocarp forest and dry evergreen forest blankets the National Park with various plants such as Hopea odorata, Dipteroearpus alatus, Xylia xylocarpa, Teetona grandis, Lithocarpus spp ., Pterocarpus macrocarpus, Lagerstroemia ealyeulata and Bamboos. The National Park is home to wildlife such as Macaque, Serow, Wild Boar, Common Muntjak and different kinds of birds such as Orongo and Nightjar.

Tat Mok National Park Attractions

• Tat Mok Waterfall. Very beautiful waterfall originates from Tat Mok Mountain. It has only one level with its 200-300 metres high from the ground.

• Song Nang Waterfall . The Waterfall, a border of the Tat Mok National Park to Nam Nao National Park flows to meet Mae Nam Pa Sak. It is surrounded by lush vegetation and various kinds of trees.

Getting there

Tat Mok National Park,To access there, drive from Phetchabun’s town to the east for 12 kilometres to Ban Chaliang Lap, then take a right turn onto Highway No. 2275 (Ban Nam Ron). After just 200 metres is a left fork leading to an access to Ban Chaliang Lap route for a distance 19 kilometres to car park., then walk for a distance of 2 kilometres to access the waterfall.

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