ROUTE 3: SAITHONG NATIONALPARK, DOK KRAJIEO FLOWERFIELD, THAM KAEO CAVES,
                       PAHNG HOEI VIEWPOINT
ROUTE 4: PA HIN NGAM NATIONALPARK, LAN HIN NGAM, BUA SAWAN FLOWERFIELD,  THEPPRATHAN
                  WATERFALL

 

 

1. Sai Thong Nationalpark: Namtok Sai Thong is 1 kilometre along the road and continues for a further 400 metres by walking. It is a low waterfall with a height of 5 metres, and width of 80 metres. At its front is a large basin for swimmers called Wang Sai. Also, above the waterfall is a deep body of water called Wang Ngueak whose water runs along the crooked and steep stone plateau towards Namtok Sai Thong for a distance of 150 metres. From Namtok Sai Thong up to Namtok Chuan Chom is located a natural study route of 2 kilometres, where distinguished attractions such as Phim Chai Cliff, Bird’s Nest Fern Forest, and Namtok Butsabakon can be found. It is a shady route with various kinds of attractive plants along the way.

2. Thung Bua Sawan or Thung Dok Krachiao is 10 kilometres from the Office of the National Park in the area of the western side of the Phang Hoei mountain ridge. From the end of June to mid-August, curcuma or Krachiao blossoms will bloom in the field in both pink and white colours.

3. Tham Kaeo : The cave is similar to a hall, located deep inside the mountain and chilly and humid throughout the year. From the entrance, there is a path leading to a lower level where a Buddha image is enshrined.

 

 

1. Pa Hin Ngam National Park There are many kinds of wild flowers in the same species of Dusita, En A, and orchids, as well as, various species of wildlife, comprising more than 56 kinds of birds, 21 types of mammals, and 10 categories of reptiles. Destinations within the national park are as follows:

2. Lan Hin Ngam It was caused by the erosion of the soil and rocks into different shapes, which can be imagined as many kinds of objects and animals such as nails, radar, hens, etc.

3. Dok Krachiao or Bua Sawan Field: Krachiao – a kind of curcuma - is an annual plant in the same species as ginger-galingale, scattered generally from Lan Hin Ngam to the Sut Phaendin viewpoint.

4. Sud Phaen Din  is a steep cliff and the highest point of the Phang Hoei mountain range, 2 kilometres from the Office of the National Park and 846 metres above sea level. It is the cliff connecting between the Central and Northeastern regions.

5. Namtok Thep Phana is a medium-size waterfall originating from Huai Krachon flowing from the Phang Hoei mountain range. It can be divided into 3 different tiers. There is water only during the rainy season.
Namtok Thep Prathan is situated in Ban Rai Sub-district, 7 kilometres from the Office of the National Park. It is a medium-size waterfall but quite flat. There are different low tiers of large rock terraces and a steep highland with a large amount of water during the rainy season.
ROUTE 5: NAKHON RATCHASIMA: THAO SURA NARI MONUMENT, RATJABHAT ARTS- AND
                      CULTURE CENTRE, ANIMALPARK

1: THAO SURA NARI MONUMENT: In Nakhon Ratchasima resides one of Thailand’s most famous shrines. This of course is the shrine dedicated to the Lady Warrior – Khunying Mo. Also known as the Thao Suranari memorial shrine, it is dedicated to the wife of the Deputy Governor of Khorat who in 1826 led the successful resistance against an invading Laotian army.The stories of how she led the resistance vary, but are rooted in historical fact.

2. Rajabhat Nakhon Ratchasima Arts and Cultural Centre : displayed are tools and artefacts that are used to study the way of life of Khorat and northeastern people of the past.  The centre is divided into sections, such as Khorat city, ancient documents, local occupation, Isan fabrics, Khorat goods, music, and Khorat people.

 

3. TIERPAK: Erlebnis- und Entspannungsort für Jung und Junggebliebennen.

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