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National Parks in the North-East

Tat Ton National Park
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Tat Ton national park covering 217 square kilometers lies on Phu Lan Ka mountain range in Phu Lan Ka conservation forests of Chaiyaphum province. It was designated as 23rd national park of Thailand on 31 December 1980. It is a part of water source for the Lum Pa Tao river that flows into the Shee, an important river in the north-east.

The park consists of dipterocarp forest and dry evergreen forest, important flora are Shorea Obtusa, Shorea Siamensis, Dipterocarpus Tuberculatus, Dipterocarpus Obtusifollus, Semecarpus and Pterocarpus Macrocarpus. Wildlife found here includes barking deer, wild pig, mangoose, siamese hare, squirrel, treeshrew, red junglefowl and birds.

Tourist attractions

There are several waterfalls in the park of which Tat Ton is probably the most famous one. The others are Pha Eang, Pha Song, Phanit and Tat Fah falls.

Accommodations and facilities
There are 3 bungalows for 5 to 12 people. Campground is available, but tourists should take their own tent and equipment. There are 2 meeting rooms for 50 to 100 people, a grocery shop and a souvenir shop in the park.

How to get there
Tat Ton national park's headquarters is located in Naa Fai Sub-district of Chaiyaphum. From Chaiyaphum take the route no. 2051 (Chaiyaphum - Tat Ton) to Tat Ton waterfall.

Contact address
Tat Ton National Park
Muang, Chaiyapum 36000

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