- Mae Kasa Hot Spring is natural hot spring with beautiful scenery around the area.
- Thungyai Naresuan Wildlife Sanctuary was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1991 together with the adjoining Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary
- Thi Lo Su Waterfall in Umphang Wildlife Sanctuary
- Bhumibol Dam
- Doi Thule
Tak province is full of charm of the vast forest, which is a source of natural diversity. The famous tourist attraction is Thi Lo Su Waterfall, which is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the world in Umphang Wildlife Sanctuary. Bhumibol Dam; a place to rest in the heart of many people because of the beautiful scenery from the top of the dam and there is a path for tourists to walk and experience nature closely. For other attractions and tourist activities, relax in a peaceful forest at Mae Moei national park. Extreme fun with Umphang Rafting by going up to experience the fresh air and watch the sun view on Doi Thule and Doi Luang Tak. Pi Too Gro Waterfall is another don't-miss where streams meet in a heart shape. Tak Province has two beautiful bridges, which are The 200-year Rattanakosin Suspension Bridge, which is considered one of the most beautiful River viewpoints in the province with beautiful lighting at night. Another id the Thai-Burma Friendship Bridge which connects Mae Sot District, Tak Province and Myawaddy City Myanmar. In addition, there is a unique tradition of Loi Krathong in which villagers use coconut shells to make krathongs (floatings) and float them on the Ping River in which the origin of the name comes from the fact that the Krathong will group together in the first line before gradually spreading away, resulting in a beautifully bright image of the Krathong throughout the water.