Mae Takrai National Park covers the areas of Sankampaeng District and Doi Saked District of Chiang Mai Province within an approximate area of 1,114 square kilometers or 696,250 rai. The National Park is the source of Ping River, consisting of high mountains and having major valuable plants and wild animals. Prominent natural tourist attractions of the National Park include waterfalls, cliffs, artesian spring, reservoirs, etc.
The geographical features of the National Park consist of high mountains, at the altitude of 400-2,031 meters above the medium sea level. The National Park has Class 1 rain forests and limestone mountains situated in the area of Ping Basin. Within the areas of the National Park, mixed forests can generally be seen, meanwhile, virgin forests grow thickly along the riversides and the rain forests.
Doi Lang Ka
Tat Moei Waterfall
Reservoirs and Dams
Reservoirs and dams within the areas of the National Park include Huai Pha Haen Reservoir, Huai Khamin Reservoir, Huai Bong Reservoir, Huai Mae Takrai Reservoir, Mae Kuang Dam, and Huai Mae On Dam.
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