Taksin Maharat National Park Tak
- Taksin Maharat National Park comprises 148 square kilometers in Tak province. The National Park is named after Taksin The Great who ruled the Province early in his career.
- The geography of Taksin Maharat is rugged mountains and some small plains. The elevation is highest in the middle at 1,027 meters above sea level and slopes in all directions from there. The Park is part of the Thanon Thongchai Range.
- The Park is also famous for having the tallest tree in Thailand which is the '' Krabak Tree ''.(Anisoptera costata)
- The vegetation is Dry Evergreen Forest, Mixed Deciduous Forest, Deciduous Dipterocarp Forest and there is Pine Forest on the Park above an elevation of 700 meters.
The Mammal wildlife includes, Sambar Deer,Civet,Wild Boar, Squirrel, Palm Civet,Common Munjak and Mongoose.
The major tourist attractions at Tak National Park are;
- Sam Muen Waterfall
- Mae Ya Pa Waterfall
- Pang ar Yai Waterfall
- Pang ar Noi Waterfall
- Nature Rock Bridge. This is a massive stoine bridge spanning between 2 cliffs and is 25 meters wide and 30 meters long. A small stream flows beneath it. It can be found 10 kilometers from the Park headquarters.
- Pha Khao Pha Daeng Waterfall
- The Great Krabak Tree. This is the largest Krabak Tree and the biggest tree in Thailand. It stands 50 meters tall and is 16.2 meters at its girth. It can be found a 4 kilometer away from the Park headquarters.