Huay Yang waterfall National Park
Huay Yang waterfall National Park covers a vast area of approximately 161 square kilometres or 100,625 Rai in Muang sub district, Tab Sakae sub district and Bang Sapan sub district of Prachuap Kiri Khan province. The national park is located on Tanao Sri mountain ranges and is encompassed by beautiful nature. The chief attraction is the seven-tier cascade near the office of national park, as well as other waterfalls, for instance Kha Aon waterfall, Huai Hin Dat Waterfall, Khao Lan Waterfall, Bua Sawan Waterfall, etc.
Huay Yang waterfall National Park was officially opened by royal decree on the year 1961 and it became the 70th national park of Thailand on December the 8th, 1991. The park area extends over Thab Sakae forest in many sub districts in Prachuap Kiri Khan province, which are Huay Yang, Khao Lan, Sang Arun, Na Hukwang, Ang Thong, Thab Sakae, Chai Kasem and Bang Saphan.
To get there from downtown, drive southwards along Petch Kasem road. When you reach the 350th -351st kilometer stone, there is an entrance to the national park office. From there keep going for about 7 kilometers and you will find 2 lodges though. However, tourists are required to bring their own tents. For further information, please contact Nam Tok Huay Yang National Park, Moo 11, Huay Yang sub district, Thab Sakae district, Prachuap Kiri Khan province, 77130.