Raman Waterfall Forest Park located in Tambon Krasom, Amphur Takua Thung, Phang Nga province, covered the area of 0.20 sq.km. The Royal Forest Department declared this forest park on October 26, 1983.
General geography of Raman Waterfall Forest Park is superimposing high mountains. The area is 100 metres height from the average sea level. Soil characteristic is clay mixed with sand, limestone, sandy stone and less granite. Summer started from January to December, 8 months totally. The most heavily raining period is during June to September.
Around waterfall consist of left abundant moist evergreen forest. Most of the forest beyond this area has been damaged and encroached for farming. Flora found such as Shorea sp., Dipterocarpus sp, Burma reeds, etc. Ground trees consist of bamboo species, bananas, ferns, etc. Fauna found such as monkeys, langurs, mouse deers, common palm civets, barking deers, squirrels and several bird species.
To get there: Raman Waterfall Forest Park is 10 kms away from the district administration office. You can take the highway no. 4 to milestone no. 874, then turn left to dirt road and drive on for about 6 kms to reach the forest park.
Namtok Raman Forest Park
Location: Moo 6, Ban Hin Sam Kon, Krasom Sub-district,, Takua Thung, Phang Nga 82130 Thailand