Taksin Maharat National Park

Taksin Maharat National Park. Home to Thailand's largest tree, the park also features waterfalls, caves, and rock formations. The park's area is 149 square kilometres (58 sq mi). The mountains of the Thanon Thongchai Range run through
the park's centre. It is believed that the Burmese King Alaungpaya used to march his army through this area. Main attractions: Ton Krabak Yai, a 700-year-old krabak tree. Saphan Hin, a natural stone bridge. Namtok Pang A Noi, a mid-sized waterfall. Namtok Mae Ya Pa, mid–sized waterfall. Namtok Sam Muen Thung, a giant waterfall. Animal species include serow, barking deer, sambar deer, golden cat, and wild boar. The park is a noted bird watching area, with species including tiger shrike, forest wagtail, and Chinese pond heron.
ถนน แม่สอด - ตาก 69, Mae Tho, 63000, Ταϊλάνδη
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