The Mae Wong National Park

forms a border between Kamphaeng Phet and Nakhon Sawan and covers an area of about 894 square kilometres. Most of the land is rich in various types of plants. Along the Khlong Lan-Umphang route passing through the park’s area, which leads up to the mountains, are several viewing points between Kms. 81 to 115. At Km. 102 is a beautiful road-side waterfall. Other falls within the park include the Mae Krasa, Mae Liwa and others. To visit these attractions tourists need to go on foot and overnight in the jungle.

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