Khlong Lan National Park comprises abundant forest with deciduous dipterocarp forest, dried evergreen forest, and mixed deciduous forest, as well us, a variety of fauna of not less than 265 species ii 81 families.
Khlon Lan Waterfall
Khlon Lan Waterfall

Is at Khlong Lan Phatthana, Khlong Nam Lai, and Pong Nam Ron Sub districts, covering an area of 187,500 rai. It was acclaimed a national park on 25 Decembcr, 1982.

It is an original river source of many streams such as Khlong Khlung, Khlong Suan Mak and Khlong Lan, merging together into the Ping River. The suitable period to visit this national park is during November – February.

Established: 1985 Province: Kamphaeng Phet Province, Central Thailand


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