Khlong Lan National Park : Kamphaeng Phet, Thailand

KhlongLan National Park sprawls over mountain ranges to west of the province, covering some 300 square kilometers of land, with peaks reaching as high as 1,400 meters. Virgin jungles act as filters for the rain that falls and flows into streams in the area, eventually reaching the Ping River.

Khlong Lan National Park lies in Khlong Lan and Mueang Kamphaeng Phet districts of Kamphaeng Phet Province, the West of Thailand.

The park is rugged and hilly along the Dawna Range, and is covered by fertile forest. Each mountain connects to Khun Khlong Lan, the highest peak at 1,439 metres (4,721 ft) above sea level. It’s the origin of Khlong Khlung and Khlong Suan Mak, the tributaries of the Ping River. The famous places in the park are Khlong Lan and Khlong Nam Lai Waterfalls.

The Khlong Lan National Park was declared a national park on December 25, 1985 as the 44th park of Thailand.

Khlong Lan National Park
Address: Khlong Lan Phatthana, Khlong Lan District, Kamphaeng Phet 62180 Thailand

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