- What was originally known as an area of the Doi Sam Muen highland development project, which was initiated by the King to not only deal with problems of encroachment and poaching but also help support the local tribes. Home to the Huai Nam Dang Waterfall, the park is a paradise even for forests. Lush jungles with no human influence, provide a brilliant natural habitat for wildlife. The park was declared the 81st national park in the country by the Royal Forest Department and it covers approximately 1,300 square kilometers across four districts. Located at the top of a ridge of hills, the higher peaks are source to the Pai, Ping, and Taeng Rivers. For more details do contact the tourism board.
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