Khao Luang National Park Nakhon Si Thammarat
- Khao Luang National Park is inthe Nakhon Si Thammarat Ranges in Lan Saka, Chawang, Mueang, Phipun, Phomma Khiri, King Chang Klang and Nopphitam Districts of Nakhon Si Thammarat Province South Thailand.
- Khao Luang (Mount Luang) is the highest peak in South Thailand at 1,835 meters above sea level.
- The geography of the Park is 570 square kilometers of rugged mountainous tropical forest. This is a watershed region receiving both monsoons to ensure constant rain.
- The vegetation is Hill Evergreen Forest above 1,000 meters and the rest is Tropical Evergreen Forest. The vegeatation is lush with ferns and some 300 orchid species.
- Khao Luang is home to over 327 animal species. The major species are Pig Tailed Macaque, Clouded Leopard, Common Munjak, Malayan Tapir, Serow, Bush Tailed Porcupine, Malayan Sun Beer, Tiger, Panther and Dusky Langur.
The major tourist places of interest in Khao Luang National Park are;
- Phrom Lok Waterfall
- Karom Waterfall
- Ai Khiao Waterfall (Nai Khiao Waterfall)
- Krung Ching Waterfall
- Tha Phae Waterfall
- Suan Ai Waterfall
- Kaeo Surakan Waterfall
- Khao Luang Summit Viewpoint
- Yot Khao Luang (1,835 meters above sea level)
- Yot Luang Waterfall
- Kaeow Surakan Cave
Suan Khan Waterfall