Kaeng Tana National Park

Ubon Ratchathani Province

Up Mae Nam Mun from Khong Jiam, this small park is centred on forested Don Tana (Tana Island), linked to the mainland by two pedestrian suspension bridges. The river rushes over some photogenic rapids (hidden underwater in the rainy season) and there are short, easy walks. You can travel here by road or boat.

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