Phu Wiang National Park

Phu Wiang Dinosaur Museum
Phu Wiang Dinosaur Museum

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




Things to do in Phu Wiang National Park

Fa Mae Daeng Cave (Red Palm Cave)

Phraya Nakhon Cave

Located south of Phu Wiang and about 4 kilometers from Hit Rong Village, the red hand palm print marks are found on sandstone folds, 7 meters deep, 3 meters high…