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The park is located in Moo5, Tambon Chorakhe Samphan, about 40 kilometers from Muang District. Visitors can go there via highway 321 and get on highway 3342 at kilometer 128-129. Drive for another 500 meters, the park sign and entrace will be on the right hand side.
Phu Muang Forest Park acquires a total area of 1,725 rai (690 acres) which is covered by mixed and bamboo forests. There are many tourist attractions including:
The 1.5 kilometers trail leads visitors through forests packed with various kinds of tress such as Makha, bamboo, etc.
Ancient elephant kraal
The earthen elephant kraals date back to 1,500 years ago. There are a total of three kraal covering an area of 10 rai (4 acres).
Laterite Base of Dvaravati building
The laterite foundation dates back to Dvaravati period. It is presumed to have been a venue for royal rituals before catching wild elephants.
Namtok Phu Muang
This waterfall was mentioned in the literature Kun Chang-Khun Phaen. With five tiers, it cascades by the elephant kraal and laterite foundation. Lush forest on the mountain range, Khao Phra, has various kinds of tree and stony field where cycads dot around. Making an overnight permission is vey necessary and should be conducted in advance.
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