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Telephone : 0 4489 0105 , 0 2562 0760

Operating day : All Day

Operating time : 08.30 - 16.30

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Pa Hin Ngam National Park is dotted with large rocks of unusual shapes, some, for instance, resembling a nail, a serpent head or an ancient castle. During the early part of the rainy season in July, Dok Krachiao or Siam Tulips (a type of jungle flower with an underground bulb, related to ginger)sprout cheery pink blooms all over the area. With winter, orchids emerge from cracks in rocks,alongside numerouswild flowers. Within the national park, there is Sut Phaendin, a steep cliff that connects the Northeast to the Central Region. Visitors can enjoy a panoramic view of the surrounding area from here. In addition, there are Namtok Thep Prathan and Namtok Thep Phanom, which are medium-sized waterfalls at their most beautiful in the rainy season. They are 34 kilometers and 48 kilometers from Thep Sathit district respectively. This national park can be reached by taking Highway No. 1 past Saraburi to Phu Khae T-junction. Then take Highway No. 21 and Highway No. 205 (Chai Badan-ThepSathit-Chaiyaphum). Take a left-hand road just before the district, continuing for 29 kilometers. Pa Hin Ngam National Park provides accommodation and a camping site for visitors. For more information, please contact the Pa Hin Ngam National Park, P.O. Box No. 2, ThepSathit Provincial Post Office, Chaiyaphum 36230 by calling 0 4489 0105, or call the National Park, Wildlife and Plant Conservation Department at0 2562 1760. Alternatively, visit the website Admission fee is 200 bath for adults and 100 bath for children.  

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How to get there

Pa Hin Ngam National Park is 270 kilometres from Bangkok. Take Highway 1, pass Saraburi to Phu Khae T-junction. Take Highway 21 and Highway 205 from Ban Lam Narai for approximately 48 kilometres. At 1 kilometre prior to Thep Sathit District Office, turn left along Highway 2354 (to Nong Bua Rawe District) for 15 kilometres. At the crossroads, turn left to Ban Rai for 14 kilometres to the Office of the National Park. Visitors can travel by bus Bangkok - Thep Sathit – Chaiyaphum line and get off at Ban Rai crossroads. Then, rent a motorcycle to the Office of the National Park. Otherwise there is the Bangkok – Chaiyaphum Bus line and Song Thaeo (a minibus) provided for tourists at the entrance of Ban Wa Tabaek to the market near the Office of the National Park. During the Dok Krachiao Blooming Festival, a minibus will be provided for tourists at each tourist destination within the national park.



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