Phu Wiang National Park
Phu Wiang National Park, established in 1991 best known for its sites of dinosaur’s fossils and its enclosed mountains which form volcanic crator-like, with only one narrow strip of entrance. The park embraces approximately 320 square kilometers, with its terrain ranging from 210 to 844 meters above sea level.
Established: 1991 Famous for: Dinosaur exhibits Province: Khon Kaen, Northeastern Thailand (Isan)
Tourist Attractions: Dinosaur Footprints, Waterfalls, Nature Trails