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Lan Sang National Park   It covers an area of 65,000 rai.  Various types of forest, such as

rain forest, coniferous forest, hill everygreen forest, deciduous dipterocarp forest, and mixed

deciduous forest, are found in different geographical areas. Wild animals found are common

wild pig, barking deer, Siamese big-headed turtle, serow, civet, Black-crested Bulbul, flying

lizard, etc.. Lan Sang National Park is an important natural site within Tak District. It became

the Thailand’s 15th  National Park on the 14th May 1978  and  covers an area of 104 Km2.

Lan Sang is also a historical National park, as King Taksin the Great once rested his army

in this area during their long march to Chiang Mai.


Mae Tho Sub district,  Amphur Muang Tak   Tak   Thailand 63000

Tel. 0 5557 7207  08 6443 3010    Fax 0 5557 7207   E-mail reserve@dnp.go.th


Interesting Places in the Lan Sang National Park:


Namtok Pha Lat  This waterfall flows through a split level hill of rocks down a broad complex

ground of rocks. The ground slopes a bit and is 25 m wide and 40 m long.


Namtok Lan Liang Ma ( 1st tier ) It features a small rocky hill with a hole of around 6 m wide in the middle. The currents of Lam Huai Lan Sang pass through the hole against the water surface below. The waterfall is around 5 m high.


Namtok Lan Sang ( 2nd tier )  The water gushes from a crevice of the mountain and cascades in three tiers before flowing into a pond and falling down to Namtok Lan Liang Ma.


Namtok Pha Ngoep ( 3rd tier ) The waterfall is 19 m high and has water only in the rainy and cool seasons. Its beautiful feature is Pha Ngoep, a high steep cliff with angular crevices.


Namtok Pha Phueng ( 4th tier )  The waterfall features a 30 m high-flat surface cliff with a slope of 70 degrees. The water of Huai Lan Sang overflows the top of this waterfall and spreads whitewater to flow along the cliff and lower small layers of rocks covering the broad area before falling down to the pond below.




Tak Province, Page 5, Lan Sang National Park , Mae Tho Sub District, Thailand
Tak Province, Page 5, Lan Sang National Park , Mae Tho Sub District, Thailand
Tak Province, Page 6, King Taksin the Great National Park.

Tak Province, Lan Sang National Park, Mae Tho Sub District, Thailand.