Is at Khlong Lan Phatthana, Khlong Nam Lai, and Pong Nam Ron Sub districts, covering an area of 187,500 rai. It was acclaimed a national park on 25 Decembcr, 1982. It comprises abundant forest with deciduous dipterocarp forest, dried evergreen forest, and mixed deciduous forest, as well us, a variety of fauna of not less than 265 species ii 81 families.
It is an original river source of many streams such as Khlong Khlung, Khlong Suan Mak and Khlong Lan, merging together into the Ping River. The suitable period to visit this national park is during November – February.
A combination of small creek from KLNP and Khlong Wang chao National Park creates a big stream called Khlong Suan Mak. It is located at the northernmost point of the park at Khlong Suan Mak Ranger Station. A camping site is also provided for all nature lovers. A two km. nature trail to a viewpoint at Chom Chan Cliff is another snot to visit You’ll have an aerial view of Khlong Suan Mak and all the streams meandering though the mountain folds.
Another name of this waterfall is ‘Pang Khwai‘. This waterfall is at the Khlong Nam Lai Ranker Station. It is a medium-sized waterfall with nine different levels of the falls. However, just only level one and two are opened to the visitors due to safety concerns.
The Khlong Nam Lai Waterfall welcomes the visitors with an impressive picture of a big shiny black rocky cliff that separates two lines of waterfalls. Many water pools and an adjacent stream provide areas of swimming. A camping site and a picnic area are set up in the front area of the waterfall. You can enjoy the view of the waterfall while relaxing in the midst of nature.
Khlong Lan National Park is home to many wildlife species because of its rich and diverse ecosystems. Wild pigs are commonly seen in the area. Other wildlife species are muntjac, guar, sambar deer, bear, serow, tiger, and leopard. In the lakes and creeks are the habitats for Giant Asian river frog, balloon frog, Smith’s litter frog, big-headed turtle, grey featherback fish, and water batfish.
Endemic species such as black-bearded tomb bat, least horseshoe bat. and leaf-nosed bat can be found in the limestone caves and cliffs.
The Visitor Center of the Park
The Visitor Center of the Park, with photos and information about the area, a quick visit is a must to take some more information …