Namtok Huai Yang National Park covers the area of Bang Saphan, Thap Sakae and Mueang districts of Prachuap Khiri Khan province. It is encompassed by many beautiful places. The park was designated on the 8th December 1991 as the 70th national park of Thailand, with total area of 161 km 2 •
The park, is steeply mountainous on Tanao Si Mountain range between 200-800 meters above sea level. It is a catchment area of many rivers which border Thailand and Myanmar.
The park is covered by evergreen and dry evergreen forest. Important trees are Hopea odorata. Lagerstoemia tomentosa, Terminalla corticosa. Dipterocarpus spp., Toena ciliata and bamboo. Wildlife are abundant. for example serow, langur. gibbon, squirrel, wild boar, leopard, common muntjac, porcupine and birds.
Hual Yang Waterall has a tiers and is located close to the headquarters. The fall is suitable to visit because of its peaceful. Nature trail is also the fall's attraction.
Kha On Waterfall is located in Bang Saphan district, about 60 kilometers south from the headquarters.
Huai Hin Dat Waterfall is originated from 6 meters wide stream flowing over 5 levels deep waterfall. It is about 50 kilometers south form the headquarters.
The Khao Luang forest on the Tanao Si mountain range and its fertile forest built an important catchment area of Huai Yang Waterfall. The steep cliff borders Thailand and Myanmar and the highest peak is 1,251 meters.
Start from Bangkok to Prachuap Khiri Khan for 281 Kilometers then go along the Phetkasem road for 29 kilometers. At km. 350, u-turn and turn left to Huai Yang - Namtok Huai Yang National Park and follow the road for 6 kilometers.
For Reservation and Information contact Namtok Huai Yang National Park Huai Yang Sub-District. Thap Sakae district. Prachuap Khiri Khan 77130 Tel. 0 12150737
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