Ban Na, Sam Ngao District, Tak 63130, Thailand
About Bhumibol Dam
Bhumibol Dam Also called Yanhee Dam is the first multipurpose dam in Thailand. It is the largest curved concrete dam in Thailand and Southeast Asia The reservoir can be considered as having the highest amount of capacity in Southeast Asia and is a breeding ground of freshwater animals.
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Mae Ping National Park is at the southern end of the Thanon Thong Chai Range, in Lamphun, Tak, and Chiang Mai Provinces in northern Thailand. Established in 1981, it is an IUCN Category II protected area measuring 1,003.75 square kilometres . The park's main features are the Ping River, Koh Luang Waterfall, and Thung Kik-Thung Nangu meadows.
Lan Sang National Park is located south of Tak province.It consists of various types of forest, such as rain forest, coniferous forest, hill evergreen forest, deciduous dipterocarp forest, and mixed deciduous forest, are found in different geographical areas.
The Park was previously known as Krabak Yai national park. The park features several stunning attractions including the Thailand's largest tree, the park also features waterfalls, caves, and rock formations.
The Saritphong Dam was built in the 14th century and had the function of restoring the main water reservoir to the drinking water supply of the capital of the ancient kingdom Sukhothai.
Situated in the west of Sukhothai province, this temple was mentioned in several stone inscriptions of the Sukhothai period. Now the remains of buildings in the temple include the ordination hall and chedi.
Sukhothai Historical Park covers an area of about 70sqkm and contains more than 190 historical ruins. Sukhothai means literally translated “Dawn of Happiness”. In 1238, the city was founded from an ancient Khmer settlement. For 140 years, it was the capital of the first independent kingdom Sukhothai.
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