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Phu Pha Man National Park

  • Phu Pha Man National Park is in Chum Phae of Khon Kaen Province and Phu Kradueng of Loei Province.
  • Pu Pha Man National Park comprises 350 square kilometers and for most of it is rugged limestone mountains in a watershed region supplying water into the Nam Phong River, The Huai Phuhi River, The Huai Chomphu River , The Huai Chok River and The Huai Khahao River.
  • The elevation of the Park is between 200 to 800 meters above sea level.
  • The vegetation ecosystems are Deciduous Dipterocarp Forest, Mixed Deciduous Forest, Dry Evergreen Forest and Hill Evergreen Forest.
  • The animal species here include, Siamese Hare, Civet, Porcupine, Common Munjak, Wild Boar, Macaque, Serow, Pangolin and Tree Monitor.

Tourist Attractions at Phu Pha Man National Park
  • Phu Pha Man Viewpoints, scenery and landscape of mountain topography, caves and waterfalls.
  • Pha Puang Cave
  • Phaya Nakkharat Cave
  • Lai Thaeng Cave
  • Phu Ta Lo Cave
  • Tat Hong  Waterfall
  • Tat Fa Waterfall
  • Phalan Thong Waterfall
  • Tat Yai Waterfall

  • The upper portion of Northeast Thailand is dominated by the Phu Phan Mountains which are a range of mountains spreading west to east in upper Isan dividing the Khorat Plateau of Northeast Thailand into two separate drainage basins, the northern Sakhon Nakhon Basin, and the southern Khorat Basin. Theses hills cross the provinces of Nongbua Lamphu, Khon Kaen, Udon Thani, Sakon Nakhon, Nakhon Phanom, Kalasin and Mukdahan. The name of the range is derived from the characteristic mesa shape of its peaks and is Thai Lao. The Phu Phan Mountains include four National Parks and one  Provincial Forest (Phu Pha Bat). The National Parks are, Phu Phan, Phu Kao Phu Phan Kham, Phu Pha Lek and Huai Huat (Phu Pha Yon).
  • Northeast Thailand is characterised by seasonally dry deciduous dipterocarp forests and savannah style grasslands, once the grazing home for large herds of Elephants, deer and native cattle. Phu Pha Lek National Park also typifies this vegetation pattern and additionally is a significant source of rainfall for numerous rivers. Here there are three forest types, Dry Dipterocarp, Dry Evergreen which is in the southern portion of the Park. Where there is water is Mixed Deciduous Forest on laterite soils.
  • The topography is largely limestone mountain with some grasslands.
  • The wild life species follow the habitat classifications for each climate type. The species numbers are predominantly birds and there are also, wild boar, monkeys, barking deer, mouse deer, langurs, squirrels and wild pigs.