Thong Pha Phum National Park in Kanchanaburi, Thailand

Thong Pha Phum National Park is a national park in Kanchanaburi Province, Thailand. This park located on the border with Myanmar and is part of the Western Forest Complex protected area. As Forested mountains Galaxy conquer mountains which is the highest peak of Forested mountains with highest peak. From the white elephant has a height above sea level trails to the peaks of the white elephant. A sparse forest interspersed with meadows look around ridge with stunning 360 degree in elephant Thong Pha Phum area. To conquer the galaxy peaks Distance of about 4,000 meters above sea level, the peak 1,249 meters galaxy. Prior to his trip up the galaxy traveler must contact Forested mountains. Forested mountains in the National Forest with Triple Creek Forest and the forest elephant in an area of ​​approximately It is 700,000 acres or 1,120 square kilometers which is located to the west of Thong Pha Phum district and about 60 kilometers along Highway 3272. The north side to next to Toongyai Naraesuan National Park. The south side is next to Saiyoke National Park. The east side is next to Thai-Myanmar border. For a second viewpoint of the hill on the cover and which to park the car and walk up the hill for about 300 meters to the beautiful view will see the falls struggling jockey shift.

There are 2 view points. The first one is Doi Tongpalae where visitors have to walk about 30 meters from the car park. From this beautiful view point, you can see Jokkadin Waterfall. Another one, Nernkuddoy, car park is available. From here, you can see various mountains, Khuen Vachiralongkorn Lake, and Changpuak Mountain which is the highest mountain in the national park. There are 3 nature trails; Jokkadin Waterfall, Papae Waterfall, and Jedmitr Waterfall. Tourist guide is required for the trip. These waterfalls are in Pilok Sub-District, the area near Thai-Myanmar border which was once a tin and Wolframite mine. It has a lot of forest and is covered with mist throughout the year. Four wheel driving is required. to go there, even the route is paved, but it is steep and has a lot of dangerous bends. Visitors must drive cautiously.

Fern Hill The Hill Able to park the car. A scenic mountain complex background. Overlooking Lake Dam Wachira equipment and his elephant the tallest mountain in the park. Trail and Route 3, is shift falls Journeymen struggling Pha Chet female friendly. Requires contracting officers leading the way. These waterfalls in the district Pilok. Wolfram is a former tin mine borders Thailand – Burma with rich evergreen covered with mist throughout the year which require four wheel drive.

Most area is mountains lying from north to south. They are a part of Tanaosri Mountain. There are few lowlands. The area is about 100-1,249 meter above sea level. Significant mountain peaks are Changpuak Mountain, Nisa Mountain, Putong Mountain, Dang Mountain, Pakpratoo Mountain, Lorlo Mountain, Pranongtokee Mountain, and Chalong Mountain. These mountains are the sources of many brooks such as Huay Malai, Huay Kob, Huay San, Huay Ongphra, Huay Peekee, Huay Pakkok, and Huay Jedmitr. They flow to the eastern lowland and then Khaolam Dam. Some water flows to Kuai Noi River.

Accommodations and camping area are provided in the national park. For more information, please call 081-382-0359 or Thong Pha Phum National Park, P.O. 18, Thong Pha Phum District, Kanchanaburi Province, 21110.

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