Namtok Pha Charoen National Park
Nam Tok Pacharoen National Park is situated in an approximate area of 855 square kilometers or 534,375 rai, covering the areas of Mae-sod National Conserved Forest in Tambol Daan Mae-lamoh, Tambol Pa-oar, Tambol Pratad Pah-daeng, Tambol Mae-ku, Tambol Mae-tao, Tambol Mahawan of Mae-sod District, Tambol Chong-kaeb, Tambol Phob-phra, Tambol Kirirat of Phob-phra District, Tak Province. The geographical features of the National Park consist of high mountains and virgin forests, which are regarded as sources of rivers, gullies, and Huai Mae-lamoh.
The geographical features of the National Park consist of high mountains, extending northwards, and small plains along the rivers. The towering mountaintops within the area of the National Park include Doi Pah-tan, Doi Den-krating, Doi Luang, Doi Mhak-muen, Khao Lom-pudyen, which are parts of Thanon Thongchai Mountains. The highest mountaintop (1,765 meters above the sea level) is situated in the south of the National Park. Since the area of the National Park is affected by the southwestern monsoon and there are heavy rains throughout the year, the area consequently becomes the source of major gullies including Huai Mae-lamoh, Huai Mae-piam, Huai Mae-sod, Huai Mae-tao, Huai Pakkood, etc., flowing northwards into the agricultural areas of Mae-sod District and Phob-phra District.
Bawai Waterfall is a 100-step limestone waterfall, originating from Huai Wai with the flowing water throughout the year. The Waterfall is situated in virgin forest consisting of medium-sized/large plants. The Waterfall is called "Bawai Waterfall" because there are a lot of Calamus Caesius within the area. At present, Phobphra District has developed access roads to the Waterfall (from Highway No.1090 km40 to Ban Bawai for approximately 17 kilometers long and from Ban Bawai to the Waterfall for approximately 3 kilometers long). The Waterfall is very beautiful and can be developed as a tourist attraction.
Doi Kear View Point
In winter, you can see the sea of fogs covering the valley bottoms; and you can see the view of a boundless stretch of agricultural areas of Phobphra District, which is one of the sightseeing spots.
Huai Tapu-kor Waterfall
Huai Tapu-kor Waterfall is another beautiful waterfall situated in the north of Mae-sod Forest (approximately 1 km away from Highway No.105 km33). The Waterfall originated from Huai Tapu-kor of Doi Boonta within the area of Mu-seur Tribesman Settlement. The Waterfall is a multi-step waterfall with the flowing water throughout the year. The Waterfall is very beautiful in the rainy season. And there are virgin forests and large plants in some areas of the Waterfall, which are water sources of Huai Mae-lamao of Mae-sod District. At present, the Waterfall is not well known but it can be developed as a tourist attraction because the Waterfall is not too far from the main road and it is close to a sightseeing spot on Highway No.105 km33, and to the Mu-seur Tribesmen's shop. It is very convenient for tourists to visit the Waterfall since there is a jungle route used by Mu-seur Tribesmen.
Pacharoen Waterfall is a 97-step limestone waterfall, situated in the area of Mae-sod Forest with the flowing water throughout the year. The Waterfall originated from Huai Nam-nuk. The weather is cool and breezy. At present, the National Park's office has provided officials and staff to provide convenience and safety for tourists, including temporary parking space (which can be used in particular seasons) and camping sites, etc. The National Park is now one of the tourist attractions of Phobphra District and Mae-sod District, and become popular among Thai and foreign tourists.
There are 3 natural hot springs with the temperature of 60 ? C, situated in the area of Mae-sod Forest, Moo 4, Phobphra District, Tak Province. At present, Phobphra District has developed the Hot Spring as a tourist attraction and also provided roadside pavilions close to Ror.Por.Chor.Road (Phobphra-Chongkaeb)
The Hot Spring can be accessed by laterite road throughout the year. And there is Huai Nam-nuk passing the back of the Hot Spring.
Saifa Waterfall is situated in Moo 4, Tambol Phobphra, Phobphra District, Tak Province. The Waterfall can be accessed by car only in the dry season and in winter. The Waterfall originated from Huai Nam-nuk with the flowing water throughout the year. The Waterfall is very beautiful when rainbows occur.