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Chan Sen Ancient City

Chan Sen Ancient City and Chan Sen Museum
    Apart from natural wonders and spectacular delights, Nakhon Sawan is also considered to be a significant site for describing ancient Thai civilization.  More....


 

Khao No-Khao Kaeo

Khao No-Khao Kaeo - Nakhon Sawan Tourist Attraction
      Nakhon Sawan province, also known as Pak Nam Pho, is widely considered as the doorway to the north and is also a major transportation hub situated in the lower northern part of Thailand.  More....

 



 
 




Nakhon Sawan Tourist Attraction :

Mae Wong National Park

    Located in the lower northern part of Thailand is the beautiful province of Nakhon Sawan.

 

        Also known as Pak Nam Pho, this province is the place where the majestic Ping, Wang, Yom and Nan rivers converge to form the gigantic Chao Phraya River, which is considered as the most prominent waterway of Thailand. There are several interesting tourist destinations inside the Nakhon Sawan Province. One such attraction is the Mae Wong National Park.

        Located amidst the Thanon Thong Chai Mountain range, Mae Wong National Park is spread over an area of approximately 900 kilometers between Amphoe Pang Sila Thang in Kamphaeng Phet and Amphoe Mae Wong-Mae Poen in Nakhon Sawan. Situated approximately 350 kilometers from Bangkok, this is the 55th national park of Thailand. It is popular for its mixed deciduous forests, lofty mountain peaks, gorgeous waterfalls, limestone caves and wide rock plateaus.

         Mae Wong National Park is highly popular among nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts. More than 450 species of birds and several species of various other animals and plants have their homes inside this park. Some important residents of this park include barking deer, wild pig, Asiatic jackal, squirrels, civets and porcupine.

        The most popular attraction inside the park is the Mokochu Peak. Located on the western boundary of the park, this peak has a height of 1964 meters and is widely known as a popular trekking spot. Several waterways including the Mae Wong River and some parts of Klung Canal have their origins inside Mae Wong National Park. Most of these waterways make their way into the Ping and Chao Phraya Rivers. Kaeng Pa Nang Koy rapids are good for water sports like canoeing and kayaking. Major waterfalls inside the park include the Pa Nang Koy Mae Rewa, Mae Krasa and Mae Ki. Mae Ki is considered as one of the biggest waterfalls in South East Asia.

Mae Wong National Park

 

 

 

 
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