Tat Mok National Park National Parks & Marine Reserves

06.00 - 18.00

Contact Details


Amphoe Mueang, Phetchabun


0 5681 0616 (VoIP), 08 9703 8855

Attraction Details

Situated only 37 kilometers east of MueangPhetchabun, this abundantly forested, mountainous area is the origin of Pa Sak River and Chi River, both major rivers. It is also ecologically vital to the area, acting as a buffer forest area as it is located in the middle of three other forests.

The Tat Mok National Park has a immense waterfall fed by streams of water flowing through the cracks and crevices of the mountains, creating the beautiful 12-tier Namtok Song Nang. Both sides of the trails leading up to the waterfall are shaded by large trees, giving the hike up to the waterfall a relaxing feel. A nature trail also provides an up-close look at the beautiful surroundings. The best time to visit is between October and May.

To reach the park, start off in town and go past the town hall to the east for approximately 15 kilometers to Ban Chaliang Lap. Then take a right turn onto Highway No. 2275. A left turn at a fork after 300 meters leads to an access point on to steep slope, which continues for 20 kilometers. From here, go 1.8 kilometers by foot to arrive at the waterfall.

Admission is 100 baht for adults and 50 baht for children. The park is open daily from 6.00 am-6.00 pm. For more information, call 0 5681 0616 (VoIP) or 08 9703 8855.


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