Pha Lueat, Tha Pla District, Uttaradit 53190, Thailand
About Sirikit Dam
It is Thailand’s largest earth dam, constructed under the Nan River Basin Development Project. Formerly known as Pha Som Dam. The dam and the surrounding area is a place of massive natural beauty and are home to a wide variety of flora and fauna and a diverse range of exotic wildlife.
Attractions near Sirikit Dam
Lam Nam Nan National Park is located about 50 kilometres north of Uttaradit town in Uttaradit Province. It is home to Sirikit Dam,waterfalls and dense forest ecosystem.
The park is famous for its large teak tree considered as the largest teak tree in the world. The tree is 1500 years old
The park has several attractions that include a savanna field situated within the dense pine trees and the five-tier Phu Soi Dao waterfall near the park office.
Phu Soi Dao National Park, named after 2,120 m high Phu Soi Dao mountain, is a protected area at the southern end of the Luang Prabang Range in the Thai/Lao border area, on the Thai side of the range. It is located in Chat Trakan District of Phitsanulok and Nam Pat District of Uttaradit Provinces. The park was established as Thailand's 109th national park in 2008.
Wat Khung Taphao is an ancient temple was established by King of Thonburi in the early 18th century. This temple is well known that it is the oldest in the Kung Taphao sub-district that includes Buddha's relics and two important Buddha images.
Chat Trakan Waterfall National Park Is a national park located in Chat Trakan District Phitsanulok, Thailand, which was established in 1987 as part of the Luang Prabang Rainforest Ecology. Most of the park is an evergreen forest. And is home to the headwaters of several lines, including river point to explore the park's waterfalls or cascades mouth Charttrakarn, which has a beach area near the pool.
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