Wiang Kosai National Park
Mae Koeng, Wang Chin District, Phrae 54160, Thailand
About Wiang Kosai National Park
Wiang Kosai is the first national park in Phrae province. It covers Phrae and Lampang provinces and is crossed over by Phee Pan Nam mountain range. The park covers an area of about 410 square kilometers. The park was declared a national park on 09 October 1981. The landscape of Prae is of high steep mountains covered with dry evergreen forest and mixed deciduous forests.
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