Khlong Tron National Park
Klong Tron National Park is situated in an approximate area of 518.80 square kilometers, covering the areas of virgin forests in Thongsaengkhan District, Nam Pad District of Uttaradit Province. Apart from large canals and gullies, the National Park also has beautiful natural sightseeing spots including Huai Niam Waterfall, Kokmonkaew Waterfall, Tham Jan, Tham Jedee, Tham Suadao, Tham Phatang, Kao Phumiang, as well as cliffs, and provides recreational facilities.
The geographical features of the National Park consist of high and low mountains. Major mountains of the National Park include Kao-phumiang, Kao-kwumrua, Kao-ngairua, Kao-samliam, Kao-yuak, Kao-thanon, Kao-daed, Kao-maipha, Kao-takbon, Kao-namyai, Kao-phakkhuang, Kao-jan. Kao-phumiang is the highest mountaintop (1,500 meters above the medium sea level) located in the east of the National Park, and being the source of major gullies flowing westward into the Nan River.
Tham Jan is a medium-sized, 15-meter-wide cave, situated in the right-hand side of Klongtron National Conserved Forest, within the areas of Tambol Phak-khwa and Tambol Thongsaengkhan, at the depth of 200 meters from the cave entrance. The Cave cannot be accessed by car.
Huai Kom Waterfalls
Huai Kom Waterfalls are situated in the middle part of Huai Kom Gully, Ban Huai Kom, Tambol Namphai, Nam Pad District. The Waterfalls consist of three waterfalls, including a single-step, 15-meter-high waterfall; a 2-step, 15-meter-high waterfall (situated approximately 200 meters away from the first waterfall); and a single-step, 20-meter-high waterfall (situated approximately 30 meters away from the second waterfall). The Waterfalls are situated approximately 5 km away from Ban Huai Kom. Tourists have to access the Waterfalls by walking due to unavailability of vehicle routes.
Huai Niam Waterfall
Huai Niam Waterfall is a 3-step, 5-meter-high waterfall, situated in the middle part of Huaysab Gully (locally called "Huai Niam" Gully). Tourists have to access the Waterfall by walking approximately 3 km from Ban Huai Niam due to unavailability of vehicle routes.
Huai Sai Waterfall
Huai Sai Waterfall is a single-step, 35-meter-high waterfall, originating from Huai Sai (or Huay Kwumrua) Gully, and situated in Ban Bangkhanpom. The Waterfall cannot be accessed by car.
Kaojedee is a beautiful and unique pagoda-shaped stony mountain, situated approximately 500 meters away from Thamjan.
Klong Tron Waterfalls
Originating from Klong Tron Gully, the Klong Tron Waterfalls consist of two separate waterfalls, including a 4-step, 20-meter-high waterfall, situated approximately 1,500 meters away from the other 30-meter-high waterfall. Tourists have to access the Waterfalls by walking due to unavailability of vehicle routes.
Pha Phu Miang
Pha Phu Miang is a beautiful and unique large-sized cliff, situated between Ban Tonkhanun and Ban Bangkhampom (approximately 10 km away from the village). When overlooking from the cliff, tourists are able to have a view of the whole village. Tourists have to access the cliff by walking due to unavailability of vehicle routes.
Phu Miang Waterfall
Phu Miang Waterfall is an 11-step waterfall (each step of the Waterfall is approximately 30-45 meters high), originating from Huai Miang Gully, and situated between Ban Bangkhampom and Ban Huai Kom (approximately 8 km away from the village). The Waterfall does not have the flowing water throughout the year. And the Waterfall cannot be accessed by car.