Pa Hin Ngam National Park

Pa Hin Ngam National Park is located in a vast area. This name comes from its location surrounded by bizarre shaped rocks. Read more

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Pa Hin Ngam National Park

Pa Hin Ngam National Park is located in a vast area. This name comes from its location surrounded by bizarre shaped rocks. Here are various sizes of stone eroded by wind and rain over millions of years. Some are world cup shaped rocks, others are radar shaped ones, or even different figures which play on the imagination. After rain showers, both small and large varieties of Siam Tulip species rooted deep down for years gets a chance to bloom, providing color to the park. In some areas, meadows can be seen due to abundant Siam tulips. These pink-white flowers, leaves and grasses offer fields of delightful colors. The cool foggy fields experienced at dawn are spectacular. Siam Tulip meadows are in full bloom during the rainy season from June until July every year.

Location and getting there: Pa Hin Ngam is located at Ban Rai subdistrict, Thep Sathit district, Chaiyaphum province 36230

Location and getting there: Pa Hin Ngam is located at Ban Rai subdistrict, Thep Sathit district, Chaiyaphum province 36230

By car: Travel from Bangkok by Highway number.1 or Pahonyothin, pass Saraburi for 90 kilometers, then turn right to Highway number.21(Saraburi-Chaibadarn) for 52 kilometers, turn right to Highway number.205 (Chaibadarn-Thep Sathit-Chaiyaphum) for 70 kilometers. Before reaching Thep Sathit district, take a left to Highway number 2354 for 17 kilometers, and finally turn left to Highway number 2028 for 13 kilometers to reach the national park\'s headquarters.

Telephone and fax number: 044-890105