Khlong Lan National Park
KhlongLan national park sprawls over mountain ranges to west of the province, covering some 300 square kilometers of land, with peaks reaching as high as 1,400 meters. Virgin jungles act as filters for the rain that falls and flows into streams in the area, eventually reaching the Ping River.The park’s waterfalls are not to be missed, particularly the 95-meter high NamtokKhlongLan and nine-level cascading NamtokKhlong Nam Lai (off Highway 1117 at Km. 35, and 10 kilometers in). A smattering of protruding rock formations in a stream, called the KaengKoRoi, (“Hundred Island Rapids”) is also a favorite local sight. Overnight camping is permitted.The KhlongLan National Park headquarters is 60 kilometers from town, on Highway 1117 (en route to KhlongLan district), near KhlongLan waterfall. It is located in TambonKhlongLanPhatthana, AmphoeKhlongLan, KamphaengPhet. The park is open 6.00 am-6.00 pm daily. r forest-dwelling monks to meditate and reflect. The park is approximately 5 kilometers away from KamphaengPhet town at Km. 360, on the left of KamphaengPhet-PhranKratai route. The park is open from 9.00 a.m.-5.00 p.m. Admission is 200 baht a person and an additional fee of 100 baht a car will be charged for visitors driving a personal car. For more information, call 0 55854736-7.