Taksin Maharat National Park : Tak, Thailand

Taksin Maharat National Park was previously known as Krabak Yai National Park, after the name of Thailand’s record-holding tree has a height of 50 meters and a circumference of 16 meters. With an area of 37,250 acres comprised mostly of high-altitude mountains, the park features several stunning attractions.

Taksin Maharat National Park was previously known as Krabak Yai National Park, after the name of Thailand‘s record-holding tree has a height of 50 meters and a circumference of 16 meters. With an area of 37,250 acres comprised mostly of high-altitude mountains, the park features several stunning attractions including the nine-tiered Nam Tok Mae Ya Pa, a natural stone bridge and giant Kabak trees.

The stone bridge is a 25-meter high bridging two cliffs with a brook flowing below. Approximately 78.5 meters further from the cliff is a cave with beautiful stalagmites and stalactites. Bird lovers, should not miss the opportunity to see both resident and migratory birds in the park. Accommodations available include bungalows and campsites. Opening hours: 6am-6pm

Taksin Maharat National Park
Location: 69 Mae Sod-Tak Rd; Mae Tho, Mueang Tak District, Tak 63000 Thailand




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