#waterfalls

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Phu Wua Wildlife Sanctuary
The area includes the site in Beung Kan district, Bung Kla, Se Ka and Beung Kong Long district. It had many beautiful waterfalls.

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Namtok Sai Khao National Park
Located in Tambon Sai Khao, covering the forest in Pattani, Yala, and Songkhla, with the total area of 68,750 Rai, this evergreen forest is full of various kinds of plants, and a variety of waterfalls. The most beautiful waterfalls is Sai Khao...

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Namtok Phlio National Park
Before reaching the waterfall, there is a natural pool which is home to Puang fish. This fish can only be found in some waterfalls. Moreover, in this waterfall, there are two important archaeological sites.

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Phu Kradueng National Park
Phu Kradueng National Park is a very popular natural tourist attraction in Thailand thanks to the richness of its biodiversity and geographical variety, including svannas, coniferous forest, evergreen forests, waterfalls and viewpoints from the...

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Namtok Khao Soi Dao
It is located in Khao Soi Dao Wildlife Sanctuary. The waterfall is about 4 kilometers from the office. There are 16 layers of waterfalls, with many butterflies, suitable for butterflies watching and study of plants. The area of Khao Soi Dao...

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Mountain Savouring the Greens at Doi Inthanon, Chiang Mai
Dubbed as Thailand's roof for its height, Doi Inthanon National Park in Chiang Mai, covering a massive area of almost 500 square kilometres

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10 THINGS TO DO IN NAKHON NAYOK
Cruising at the Khun Dan Prakan Chon Dam, Is a long-tailed boat ride to admire the nature and the beauty of three waterfalls.

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Enjoy Refreshing Trip in Koh Chang, Best Island Destination in Eastern Thailand
" Koh Chang" is a famous place for Thai and foreign tourists that can be visited all year round.

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EASY WEEKEND IN NAKHON NAYOK
Every holidays, the peaceful city turns vibrant and lively with visitors. Nakhon Nayok is well known among city dwellers for its refreshing waterfalls

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Thailand: January
Thailand’s weather gets coldest in January, especially in the mountains of the Northern and Northeastern region.