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Nam Nao National Park

Nam Nao National Park

Nam Nao National Park

Highway No.12 (Lom sak - Khon Kaen) is one of the most wonderful routes because there are several tourist attractions along the road that you can visit along the way. Let us begin with the 18.5 kilometer post to Nam Nao National Park via Pho Khun Pha Mueang bridge. This route is a high quality macadamized road with many fine restaurants.Nam Nao National Park covers Muang, Lom Sak and Lom Kao districts in Petchaboon, as well as Klong San district in Chaiyabhum. It is regarded as one of the most fascinating national parks in Thailand. The national park acts as a border between the northeastern and northern parts of the country with its general topography that comprises high mountain ranges. It is home to untouched forests, streams and beautiful landscapes. It sweeps over an approximate area of 996 square kilometers or 603,750 Rai.

Even though most of the natural attractions; for instance, caves, dazzling pine tree gardens or waterfalls are located outside the national park, they are not too far and easy to reach there by car. To get to Pha Hong cave at the 39 kilometer post, take Highway No. 12 (Lom sak – Chum pae). Phu Kum Khao pine tree garden is located at the 53 kilometer post on Highway No. 12 (Lom sak- Chum phae). Heaw Sai waterfall is at the 67 kilometer post and the same highway (Lom sak- Chum phae) can take you there. However if you keep driving for another 500 meters, you will come to Sai Thong waterfall. Finally, Mt. Phaa Jit (Mt. Dan Ei Pong) is situated at the 69 kilometer post on Highway No. 12 (Lom sak- Chum phae).