Location about 14 km from Chanthaburi Province in Amphoe Laem Sing on the Sa Bap Range, 
Namtok Phlio National Park comprises an area of 134 sq km (covering a total area of 84,063 rai). The park is mountainous hills with an elevation between 20 to 924 meters above sea level,
rich with evergreen rainforest, streams, rivers and waterfall.

Namtok Phlio National Park

The wild animals include, Southern Serow, Wild Boar, Munjak, Pig Tailed Macaque, White handed Gibbon, Pangolin and Palm Civet. The activities available are bird watching, waterfall traveling and camping. It is also home to several kinds of fish.

Established: 1975
Tourist Attractions: Waterfalls, Nature Trails, Viewpoints
Province: Chanthaburi Province, Eastern Thailand

Things to do in Namtok Phlio National Park


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