Tak - 6 Attractions You Must Visit


About Tak

Tak was a historical kingdom built over 2,000 years ago, even before the Sukhothai period. The Bhumibol Dam in the northern part of Tak is its most popular tourist attraction.

Types of Attractions in Tak

Activities Around

List of Attractions in Tak

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.

Lan Sang National Park

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.

Namtok Pha Charoen National Park

Namtok Pha Charoen National Park



National Parks

Namtok Pha Charoen National Park is spread in an area of about 855 square kilometers and is located in Phop Phra District of Tak Province. It is home to animals like tigers, wild boars, snakes, porcupines, and numerous other animal species.

Taksin Maharat National Park

Taksin Maharat National Park



National Parks

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.

Thi Lo Su Waterfall

Thi Lo Su Waterfallis is claimed to be the largest and highest waterfall in Thailand.

Thungyai Naresuan Wildlife Sanctuary

It was declared a wildlife sanctuary in 1972, and a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1991 together with the adjoining Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary. The wildlife sanctuary stretches over an area of about 3,647.2 kilometer square and is the largest protected area in Thailand.

Map of attractions in Tak


For more information about Tak, visit: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tak_Province