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Tham Pla–Namtok Pha Suea National Park

Huai Pha, Mueang Mae Hong Son District, Mae Hong Son 58000, Thailand

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About Tham Pla–Namtok Pha Suea National Park

Tham Pla–Namtok Pha Suea National Park is a national park in Mae Hong Son Province, Thailand. It is home to caves, waterfalls and steep mountain terrain. The park's main attraction is Tham Pla ("fish cave"), a water-filled cave hosting hundreds of soro brook carp. The fish are revered by locals and a nearby Hindu statue is said to protect them.



Attractions near Tham Pla–Namtok Pha Suea National Park

Lod Cave29.79km from Tham Pla–Namtok Pha Suea National Park

Tham Lod Cave is one of Thailand’s most impressive and easily accessible caves, partly for its size, partly for its attractive limestone stalactite formations and partly for an unusual coffin cave hidden within the main cave. It is a cave system with a length of 1.666 meters. Geologic formations sprouting from the floor and ceiling, and forming flowstone columns where stalactites and stalagmites grew together. IT is now one of the main attractions in Mae hong son province.

Namtok Mae Surin National Park62.99km from Tham Pla–Namtok Pha Suea National Park

Namtok Mae Surin National Park is a national park in Mae Hong Son Province, Thailand. Home to mountains, waterfalls and caves, the park is best known for its namesake Mae Surin waterfall. Mae Surin, a single-tier waterfall 180 metres in height. Another large waterfall is Pa Bong, a two-tier waterfall with a height of 30 metres. Many of the park's streams eventually join the Pai River, which flows through the park.

Huai Nam Dang National Park66.35km from Tham Pla–Namtok Pha Suea National Park

Huai Nam Dang National Park covers on area of 1,252.12 square kilometers in Amphoe Mae Taeng and Wiang Haeng of Chiang Mai and in Pai of Mae Hong Son. The National park is a scenic splendour located amidst the rugged high mountains of the Thai-Burmese border. It is well-known as one of the most picturesque seas of mist in Thailand. If visitors choose to go there in the cold season when the temperature drops and the sky is crystal clear, they will have the opportunity to enjoy innumerable, twinkl

Chiang Dao Wildlife Sanctuary88.93km from Tham Pla–Namtok Pha Suea National Park

The Chiang Dao Wildlife Sanctuary is a protected hotspot of various flora and fauna. It covers different types of forests and is home to several endangered animals. Trekking and camping opportunities are also available, which are perfect for an exciting getaway in the lap of nature. Guides charge between 1000 THB and 2000 THB per person and an overnight stay at the sanctuary costs 500 THB.

Elephant Nature Park95.57km from Tham Pla–Namtok Pha Suea National Park

Beyond the concrete jungle of Chiang Mai, Thailand, lies an entirely different jungle. A real jungle where lush, tree-covered mountains are home to numerous species of animals. Within this jungle is a special place — Elephant Nature Park (ENP). Unlike other tourist outfits in Thailand, ENP delivers something unique — a chance to interact with elephants without exploiting them.

Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden112.47km from Tham Pla–Namtok Pha Suea National Park

Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden (QSBG), or formerly known as Mae Sa Botanic Garden, is the first botanical garden of the country at international standards for there are scientific basis and purposes for the collections, and the provision of botanical education and research. In 1994, the BGO received the honor from HM the Queen to grant a royal permission to name this northern botanic garden after Her Majesty ‘s name as Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden.

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Mae Hong Son's nickname is "the city of three mists". It is hemmed in by the high mountain ranges of the Shan Hills and is the most mountainous province in Thailand. The province is often covered with mist.