Phu Sa Dok Bua National Park
Pa Rai, Don Tan District, Mukdahan 49120, Thailand
About Phu Sa Dok Bua National Park
Phu Sa Dok Bua National Park is a national park that lies in the Amnat Charoen, Mukdahan, and Yasothon Provinces of Thailand. The park's headquarters are located at Amphoe Don Tan, Mukdahan Province. The park is covered by dwarf dry dipterocarp forest. There is a 423 m high mountain in it. On the mountaintop there are 11 stone pools which are a few metres wide. Oddly, all of them are occupied by different species of colourful lotus found normally in swamps.
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Discover more attractions in Mukdahan, where Phu Sa Dok Bua National Park is located
The province is in the Mekong valley. Mukdahan has many attractions like Skyscraping Ho Kaeo Tower, Phu Pha Thoep and Kaeng Kabao, Famous Sweet Tamarind, Large Ancient Kettledrum, Origin of Lam Phaya, Stunning View of the Mekong River, Gateway to Indochina.