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)