Tat Ton National Park

Covering an area ol 217.18 square kilometers, the Ta Ton forest was declared a National Park on December, 31, 1980. Lying on a raised plateau, it is surrounded by part of the Phulaenk Mountains.

Phulaenka’ s mountain-top is watershed area, the source of several rivers and waterfalls such as the Tat Ton and Tat Noi. At Pha Kerng, a resting spot on the mountain, trekkers can get a resplendent view of the natural terrain.

Tourist Attractions: Waterfalls, Nature Trails Province: Chaiyaphum, Northeastern Thailand (Isan)
Established: 1980

 

Things to do in Tat Ton National Park


Tatfa Waterfall Tat Ton National Park

Tatfa Waterfall is located at 3rd park protection unit which covers parts of Ban Nawang, Nasiaw sub-district. It is located about 18 kilometers east of Tat Ton National Park. This…

Pha Lang Waterfall Tat Ton National Park

Pha Lang Waterfall is located about 30 kilometers In the northwest direction of Tat Ton National Park. This five-meter waterfall is sloping towards a stream below. Surrounding tn the fall…

Tat Ton Waterfall

Tat Ton Waterfall

Tat Ton waterfall was stand inside Tat Ton National Park in Chaiyaphum Province. It included slope floor of rock with about 50 meters and about 300 meters long that bring…