Tat Ton National Park National Parks & Marine Reserves

08.00 - 18.00

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Tat Ton National Park covers some parts of Phu Laen Kha mountain range. There are several beautiful waterfalls, but its namesake waterfall Namtok Tat Ton is the best. The water here cascades down wide rock plateaus, part of a breathtaking view, especially in the rainy season when there is plenty of water. In addition, Chaopho Tat Ton (Pu Duang) Shrine, honoring an ethnic Khmer holy man, is widely visited by locals who come to pay respect to the site four times a year. The park is also home to Pha Lang waterfall, which is 32 kilometers from the city on the Chaiyaphum-Nong Bua Daeng road, and Tat Fa waterfall, which is 25 kilometers from the city on the Chaiyaphum-Kaeng Khro road.

To get there, take Highway No. 2051 for 21 kilometers.

Admission fee is 200 bath for adults and 100 bath for children.

For information and to reserve accommodation within the Tat Ton National Park, please contact in advance the Office of the National Park, the National Park, Wildlife and Plant Conservation Departmentby calling 0 2562 0760. Alternatively, contact the Tourist Information Center at Tat Ton National Park at the P.O. Box 22, Mueang District, Chaiyaphum 36000,  or call 0 4485 3293, 0 4485 3333. Or, visit the website atwww.dnp.go.th.

How to get there

By Other

Take Highway 2159 and turn right to Highway 2051. The distance from the town to the Office of the National Park is about 21 km. The alternative route is Highway 201 towards Phu Khieo district. Then, turn left for more 21 km to Tat Ton Waterfall. For those traveling by bus, take a pickup truck for Chaiyaphum-Tha Hin Ngam to the border checkpoint and walk for more one km. The admission fee is 40 baht per person. The ticket can also be used for entering other parks without additional fee but the visit should be made on the same day.  


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