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Namtok Wang Nok Aen or Sakunothayan Arboretum Situated in the arboretum at Kilometre 33 of Highway 12 ( Phitsanulok – Lom Sak Road ), the small fall is surrounded with different kinds of plants.


Namtok Kaeng Sopha  The large waterfall, 40 metres high, is situated in the embrace of shady vegetation. A stream runs over large rock terraces, through the three-tiered fall which always turns fierce during the rainy season.


Tham Duean Tham Dao  Situated in the western territory of Thung Salaeng Luang National Park, the cave has a subterranean river running through it.


Tham Pha Tha Phon Non - hunting Area  The sanctuary features rugged and towering crescent-shape limestone mountains which comprise fossils of shells and corals from the Carboniferous Period of the Palaeocene Era some 360 – 286 million years ago. There are many caves; namely,


Tham Naresuan  A stalactite that looks like a hat of King Naresuan the Great has earned the name of this cave.


Tham Ruea  Many floods have eroded the cave walls, leaving the ceiling in the shape of an upside-down boat.


Tham Pha Daeng  The cave is named after the red cliff ( Pha Daeng ) over its entrance. Nowadays, the cave is home to insect-eating bats;  wrinkled-lipped bat and black-bearded tomb bat.


Tham Lot The tunnel with a subterranean river running through it allows to access a Buddhist temple on the other side. There are various attractions situated in the area such as fossils of marine life from 360 million years ago such as coral, brachiopod including lamp shells, sea lilies, and seaweed.


Khao Noi - Khao Pradu Non - hunting Area  It contains various ecosystems such as dry evergreen forest, mixed deciduous forest, deciduous dipterocarp forest and savanna. The forest is home to a species of endemic crab called Pu Paeng or Pu Song Khwae which is often found during the rainy season.


Phu Soi Dao National Park  Bordering Thailand and Lao PDR with rugged mountains, the park has Phu Soi Dao as the highest peak towering at 2,102 metres. Its attractions include coniferous forest, a flower field, viewpoint cliff, Namtok Sai Thip and Namtok Phu Soi Dao.

Phitsanulok Province, Places to see, Namtok Wang Nok Aen or Sakunothayan Arboretum, Tham Pha Daeng.