Phu Hin Rong Kla National Park

Situated at the very spot where Phitsanulok, Phetchabun and Loei provinces meet, covering an area of 30,700 hectares.

Proclaimed a national park on July 26, 1984, it is bothal natural reserve and an historical venue where battles between the Communist party of Thailand (CPT) and Thai goverment were lost and won.

 

 

 

 

Things to do in Phu Hin Rong Kla National Park


Pha Chuthong Cliff or Flang-Ple Cliff

Pha Chuthong Cliff or Flang-Ple Cliff

A steep cliff overlooking a magnificent view of the vally to the west. The communists used this cliff to fly their red flag after each victory over the government forces.

Lan Hin Taek (Broken Rock Field)

Lan Hin Taek (Broken Rock Field)

300 meters to the west of the Thai army headquarters (Than Phatcharin) is Lan Hin Taek (Broken Rock Field). Along the path, growing in rock crevices are various plant species,…

Lan Hin Pum a field of nodulated stone

Lan Hin Pum a field of nodulated stone

About four kilometers from the park headquarters, near the cliffs, is a field of nodulated stone, Whose lumps are roughly equal in size. It is believed that this formation resulted…