Khao Khitchakut National Park
34 7 Tambon Pluang, Amphoe Khao Khitchakut, Chang Wat Chanthaburi 22210, Thailand
About Khao Khitchakut National Park
The park covers a rich, verdant forestland of some 58 square kilometers where many herbal plants and wildlife are found. On the top hill, there also Khitchakut Temple where people will flock there every year from February to April to worship the giant rocks on the summit where there is a trace of Buddha's footprint which believes will bring them prosperities.
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