Taksin Maharat National Park

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Taksin Maharat National Park covers 149 sq km; the entrance is 2km from the Km26 marker on Rte 105. The most outstanding features here are the 30m, nine-tiered waterfall Nam Tok Mae Ya Pa and a record-holding đà·bàhk, a dipterocarp that is 50m tall, 16m in circumference and 700 years old. Birdwatching is said to be particularly good here; known resident and migratory species include tiger shrikes, forest wagtails and Chinese pond herons. This park offers utilitarian rooms that sleep between four and 10 people and a camping ground. Food service can be arranged here.