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Home Page Site Map. site map for www.Thailand-Delights.com Sakon Nakhon Province, Page 6, Interesting places to see around the Province. Sakon  Nakhon Province, Page 4,  Places to visit, Phu Phan Rajanivet & Phu Phan National Park

Namtok Kham Hom and Kong Ping Ngu - The entrance to Namtok Kham Hom is winds like a grilled snake, or Kong Ping Ngu in Thai. On the road side, there is the country’s biggest road mark, decorated around with beautiful flower.

 

Pha Nang Mern and Lan Sao E - It is quite a nice place for camping and for watching the sunset view. Below the cliff, there is a track leading to Lan Sao E, which literary means the place for the lady to show beautiful attire.

 

Namtok Huay Yai  - The falls are 12 km from the park’s headquarters. It cascades via several steps amidst dense jungle.

 

Namtok Preecha Sooksan  - The 12 metres wide falls cascade through mountain foot, some parts look like a slide.

Stone Arch ( Thang Pi Pan ) - The stone arch, 1.5 metres wide and 8 metres long, bridges two groups of rock together creating a wonderful shelter underneath it.

 

Accommodations and facilities

The park has a visitor centre with information on tourist attractions and forest types. Some of the information are in English language. A basic store selling soft drinks and snacks, and a food vendor selling Thai food are available.

There is a bungalow which has 2 rooms ( 6 people per room ). Camping area is at Nang Meurn cliff. More facilities are being built.

 

How to get there

From Sakon Nakhon take a local bus or truck to Ban Comb Lie which is located on the route no. 213 at 24 km from the city.

Contact address Phu Phan National Park Tombol Huay yang, Amphur Mueang Sakon Nakhon 47260

Tel: 042-715 180

 

Stone Arch ( Thang Pi Pan ) - The stone arch, 1.5 metres wide and 8 metres long, bridges two groups of rock together creating a wonderful shelter underneath it.

 

Phu Thai Ethnic group at Ban None Hom  - have immigrated from the left side of Mekong River to settle down here over a century ago.

The three thousands years old cliff carving at Phu Pha Yon - Phu Pha Yon, the mountain in the compound of meditation centre houses cliff carving featuring lifestyle of the local people in the pre-historical period. The cliff carving was created by using solid tool to mark the cliff wall in the shapes of animals, people and farm.

Phu Phan National Park  Tourist attractions within the park & other attractions around the Province.