A left turn at Km. 346 on Highway No. 3 is the Namtok Phliu National Park, covering an area of 134.5 square kilometres along forestland at Khao Sa Bap mountain range. The 3-level Phliu waterfall features a basin of cool, clear water for splashing around and plenty of fish make the flowing streams their home.
Nearby are a small Chedi and a pyramid built by King Rama V as a loving memorial to Phra Nang Chao Sunanthakumarirat, his first consort, who died in a boat accident.There are two other waterfalls in the park.
The Khlong Narai waterfall, about 6 kilometres from town via Highway No. 3 at a right turn at Km. 338-339 and two kilometres further away on foot. The Trok Nong waterfall is off Highway No. 3277 (Khlung-Makham route) with a left turn at Trok Nong market and a further 2 kilometres on foot.
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Article Title: Namtok Phliu National Park : Chanthaburi, Thailand
Short Description: Namtok Phlio National Park is a national park in Chanthaburi Province, Thailand. Home to waterfalls and forests, the park is also the site of a stupa and chedi from the reign of King Rama V.
Author: Ruang-Ampon Buniad
Publisher - Orgnization: Asia Travel Gate
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