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Na Haeo National Park, covers a total area of 73,225 rai. Its geography comprises of undulating mountain ranges lining up from the north to the south. Most of the forests are dry evergreen forests mixed with deciduous trees. Along the high area are hill evergreen forests which are also a natural boundary between Thailand and the Lao People’s Democratic Republic. Fauna that can be seen are Sumatran serow, Asiatic wild dogs, hawks, and Siamese big - headed turtles.


Interesting attractions within the national park is as follows:


Namtok Khring  is situated on the Saeng Pha - Lao Ko Highway along the Phrae River.

The waterfall comprises of many rock tiers. At this spot, the government has constructed

a royal residence for Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn who visited this

place on 12 February, 1991.



Namtok Chang Tok  is located 500 metres higher than Namtok Khing which is also along the Phrae River. It is steeper than the lower one.


Namtok Wang Tat  is situated 1.5 kilometres above Namtok Chang Tok and located along the Phrae River as well.


Namtok Tat Hueang or Namtok Thai - Lao  is along the Hueang River, comprising of three different tiers with a height of about 50 metres. There is water throughout the year. This area is abundant and suitable for relaxation. It is also a border between Thailand and the Lao People’s Democratic Republic.


Namtok Pha Khao  is along the Heuang River, a border between Thailand and the Lao People’s Democratic Republic. Within this area stand abundant trees, creating shady atmosphere suitable for relaxation.


Hin Si Thit  is on Phu Tin Suan Sai mountain range. On its south are four rocks rising up in the middle of the tropical evergreen forest. Local people usually go up to pay respect at this place once every three years, thus it is called “Song Pi Ham, Sam Pi Khrop The merit making is called Bun Phu Yai or Bun Suan Miang organised around the end of the 3rd or 4th lunar month on an unspecific day.



Loei Province, Page 10, Places to see, Na Haeo National Park

Loei Province, Places to see, Na Haeo National Park