.Wat Sa Hong This temple is situated on a stone rise. There is a natural rock in
a swan - Hong or Hamsa - shape. Behind the temple’s hall is an ancient pond with
a width of approximately 10 metres, filled of water all year round.
Wat Sila At Phu Phra Within the compound of this temple is a rock shelter whit engraved
bas-relief Buddha images. It is the source of the name Phu Phra and has been respected
among the locals for a long period of time.
Phu Khi is the highest summit of the national park where the scenery and surroundings
of Phu Yuak, Phu Taphao, the Phu Khiao Range, Kaset Sombun District and Phu Khiao
District can be seen.
Phu Kaset is the second highest summit after Phu Khi in this same national park.
Geographically, it is cold and dry because of deforestation and shifting cultivation,
leaving behind a large abandoned field on the Phu Laen Kha mountain range.
Dok Krachiao Field in Pa Hin Ngam Thung Khlong Chang is a deciduous dipterocarp
forest where Krachiao - curcuma - bulbs with pink and white blossoms grow on a rocky
terrain together with various types of other plants. There is also a large rock similar
to an elephant.
Mo Hin Khao is a plateau of large rocks scattered in strange and rare shapes similar
to mushrooms, boats, elephants, turtles and chedis. Moreover, there are large stone
columns standing in a line.
Viewpoint of Lan Hin Rong Kla is a large stone plateau with various deep cracks
and distinguished cliffs. It is approximately 700 to 800 metres above sea level.
Viewpoint of Pa Hin Prasat is a location of a unique large rock similar to a prasat
and a nature sightseeing spot.
Pha Phae is a stone cliff which occurred from the lifting of stone layers and the
movement of ores. Therefore, the colours of the ores’ pigments are obviously different.
The Pha Kluaimai or Orchid Cliffs are high cliffs of many heights stretching horizontally
and connected to one another. There are many kinds of rare orchids scattered on the