Namtok Sam Lan National Park
Covers 4 districts: Muaeng, Kaeng Khoi, Nong Khae and Wihan Daeng and occupies an area of 44 square kilometers.
It was declared a national park on June 2, 1981. October to January (winter season in Thailand) is the best time to visit. Located 16 kilometers south of the town along the Bangkok-Saraburi route Highway no. 1 (Mittraphap road), it is accessible by routes along km 102 or km 104.
The National Park can also be reached by taking the bus to Saraburi town, and then renting a van or a local truck to the park. The park offers camping sites for eighty persons (visitors must bring sleeping bags by themselves). For visitors who bring their own tents, the park accommodates campsites.
Tourist Attractions: Waterfalls, Reservoirs, Viewpoints Province: Saraburi Province, Central Thailand