Krung Ching mist at Nakorn Sritammarat
The mist to been seen Krung Ching at Kao Lek Viewpoint is located at Moo 1, Baan Bang Nob, Krung Ching Subdistrict, Nob Pitum, Nakorn Sri Tammarat.
Tourists who are not afraid to wake up at dawn will find this attraction perfect for watching the spectacular currents of cool mist. The mist here at Krung Ching, originates from the rich forest that emits carbon dioxide and can be seen all year long unlike that of Northern provinces.
The name Krung Ching is derived from “Ching”, a local plant commonly found in the area. Originally an ore mine, Kao Lek viewpoint now offers tourists coffee shops and tour guides giving tips and historical knowledge. Krung Ching had been governed by the communist party since 1974 but was won back by the government in 1981; and historical sites like bomb shelters and trap cans still be seen.
Kao Luang and Kao Nun National Parks are also within a few kilometers away.
Take the public road no.401 from Nakorn Sritammarat for 13 kilometers. Take a left at Taa Sala Junction and drive straight on the road 4140 for 21 kilometers to Nobpitum District. Turn right to road 4186 for 6 kilometers and turn right again for another 1 kilometer and you will find yourself at Kao Lek viewpoint.