Taksin Maharat National Park

Giant Krabak Tree

Covering an area of 264 square kilometers (165,250 rai), King Taksin the Great National Park encompasses steep mountain ranges with a scenic view.

Its original name, Ton Krabak Yai National Park, was derived from the biggest Krabach tree that ever found in Thailand, with a circumference of 16.10 meters and 50 meters in height that had been discovered.

Established: 1981 Tourist Attractions: Giant Trees, Waterfalls, Nature Trails
Famous for: The biggest Krabak Tree in Thailand Province: Tak, Western Thailand

 

Things to do in Taksin Maharat National Park


Pang Ah Noi Waterfall

Pang Ah Noi Waterfall

The Pang Ah Noi Waterfall is located about 1 kilometer downstream from the big tree. This 20 meter height has flowing water year round.

Giant Krabak Tree Taksin Maharat

Giant Krabak Tree

The big tree (Anisoptera costata). The big tree measures 16.10 meters in circumference and over 50 meters in height. It is the largest Krabach tree in Thailand. It is located about…