Khao Kho National Park is in Petchaboon Province, northern Thailand. It is about 1 hour northwest of Phetchabun town. It was originally established in 1995 as the Namtok Than Thip Forest Park.
Chilly temperatures throughout the year and unbeatable scenic views have made Khao Kho one of the most famous tourist attractions in Phetchabun province. The Khao Kho mountains comprise a variety of small and large mountains in the Phetchabun range, located in Amphoe Khao Kho. Mountain Serdang trees, or “Ton Kho” in Thai, pepper the mountains, lending the mountains its name.
A range of forests can be found here, including deciduous, pine and evergreen forests. The noteworthy Palmae plant, similar to the Asian Palmyra, can sometimes also be spotted here, bearing fruits in bunches like betel nuts.
Khao Kho National Park
Location: 67 Moo 1 Tambon Sado Phong, Khao Kho District, Phetchabun 67270 Thailand