Ton National Park
The Tat Ton National Park covers some parts of Phu Laen Kha mountain
range. To get there, take Highway No. 2051 for 21 kilometres. Tat
Ton waterfall is an important tourist spot. More...
Hin Ngam National Park
This national park can be reached via the Bangkok-Saraburi-Chai Badan
route, then connecting to Highway No. 205 (Chai Badan-Thep Sathit-Chaiyaphum).
Then take a left-hand road just before the district for 29 kilometres.
The park is littered with large rocks of unusual shapes, some resembling
a nail, More...
Thong National Park
The Sai Thong National Park covers 340 square kilometres of Phang
Hoei mountain range. The park headquarters is at Tambon Wang Takhe.
To go to the park, take the Chaiyaphum-Nakhon Sawan road (Highway
No. 225) to Km. 121-122, turn right and drive for 7 kilometres.
Chulabhorn Dam is at Tambon Thung Phra and dams the Phrom River.
It is a rock-filled dam with an earth core. The dam is 700 metres
long and 70 metres high. It is used to generate electricity and
This festival is held in July. This Buddhist ceremony features a
procession and a candle contest with candles as elaborate as those
in the Candle Festival in Ubon Ratchathani.
Chao Pho Phraya
This festival is held during January 12-20
every year. The festivalís highlight is a procession to pay homage
to Phraya Lae, an elephant parade, shops selling many products,
exhibitions, and a produce contest.