Tat Ton National Park located on Phu Lan ka Mountain range in Phu Lan Ka conservation forest. The park has total area of 217.18 km2. It was designated to be National Park on the 31st December 1980 as the 23rd national park of Thailand. This area is a part of Lum Pa Tao river source and flow to meet Shee River of which utilize Esarn People.
It is on Phu Lanka Mountains. Most of the land is on the highland and surrounded by mountains. In the central is lowland. There are three peaks: Phu Kaset, Phu Dee, and Phu Youk. Each peak is the water sources as well as Dtan-dta-nod Waterfall. The river is flowing though Muang District, Chaiyapoom.
Chao-Por Dtad-dton (Pu-dung) Shrine
Pa-kerng and Pha-Buddha-Chaiyapoom Pitak
Pha Eang Waterfall
Pha Nit Waterfall
Tat Fah Waterfall
located in Na Seao Sub-district, about 4 km. north from Ban Na Wang. It characterizes nature slider stone field, with 80-90m, long. In rainy, it is the most beautiful because the surrounding is peace that favors people to visit.
Tat Ton Waterfall
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