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Namtok Chum Saeng or Namtok Sai Rung  In the rainy season, a lot of water cascades down the boulders in rainbow splashes. This is how it is called Namtok Sai Rung or Rainbow Waterfall.

Namtok Bok Krai At the end of the road, a 20-metre walk through farmland and a moist forest will lead to this enormous waterfall that runs throughout the year.

Khlong Nakha Wildlife Reserve Nakha boasts stunning mountainous scenery, and is home to the highly endangered Water Lily, known locally as the Yah Chong. This fresh-water plant has unusually long leaves and delicate white flowers that bloom from October to December. Unfortunately, the water lily faces serious threats from river dredging and collection for resale as aquarium plants. To help save the Water Lily, locals formed a conservation group to protect its habitat, and now offer rafting excursions to raise public awareness of this beautiful plant. Profits are used by the club to pay for school trips. The club also sponsors a nursery that is used by the youth group for replanting the water lilies.

Another highlight is the nearby Klong Nakha Wildlife Sanctuary, which takes its name from the area's largest river and adjoins the larger Klong Saen protected area in Suratthani Province further to the east. Hat Bang Ben  is a long and vast sandy beach shaded by pine trees where the national park headquarters is located.

Hat Laem Son is a white sandy beach about 4 kilometres next to Hat Bang Ben.

Hat Praphat or Hat Hin Thung  is located at Mu 2 Tambon Kam Phuan. Similar to Hat Bang Ben, Hat Praphat is a large beach shaded by pine trees.

Koh Khangkhao  is an island with fine sandy beaches and a gravel beach known as Hat Hin Ngam in the north.

Koh Kam Yai  is a scenic island with white sandy beaches almost all around.

Koh Kam Nui is not far from Koh Kam Yai with beaches on one side and many other nearby islets.

Khao Fa Chi  So named because of its resemblance to a traditional Thai food cover, Fa Chi hill is located in Tambon Bang Kaeo. The hill provides an excellent vantage from which to see two rivers, the Kra Buri and the La-un, converge. Japanese soldiers used this area as a port, sending support to Burma during the Second World War.

Japanese Shipwreck  About 2 kilometres beyond Chao Fa Chi, a wreck of a Japanese logistic warship used in World War II between a pier in Tambon Pak Chan, Amphoe Kra buri and Burma is visible at low tide.