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Tak Province

About  Tak Province

Tak Province is situated in the northwestern region of Thailand, bordering Myanmar to the west and north. Renowned for its picturesque landscapes, historical sites, and diverse culture, Tak Province offers a rich tapestry of experiences for visitors and residents alike.

The province is characterized by its mountainous terrain, lush forests, and fertile valleys, making it an ideal destination for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. Visitors can explore the pristine beauty of national parks such as Mae Moei and Taksin Maharat, which offer opportunities for trekking, birdwatching, and wildlife spotting. The scenic Mae Sot district, located near the Myanmar border, boasts stunning waterfalls, hot springs, and caves waiting to be discovered.

Do you know? In the past, Tak City was predominantly inhabited by the Mon people. Their rich cultural influence shaped the early history of Tak Province. Today, remnants of Mon heritage are still evident in the city's culture and traditions. Despite changes, the Mon legacy remains integral to Tak's identity.

Travell Attractions Tak Province

Thi Lo Su Waterfall

Thi Lo Su Waterfall: Thi Lo Su Waterfall, located in Umphang Wildlife Sanctuary in Tak Province, Thailand, is the largest and most impressive waterfall in the country. Cascading over limestone cliffs in a series of tiers, it creates a breathtaking spectacle amidst lush tropical rainforest surroundings. Accessible via trekking or boat tours, Thi Lo Su Waterfall offers visitors a memorable and immersive experience in nature.

Mae Moei National Park: A nature lover's paradise with lush forests, scenic waterfalls, and diverse wildlife, perfect for trekking and outdoor adventures.

Pi Tu Gro Waterfall: (Heart Waterfall) , is a stunning natural attraction renowned for its picturesque beauty. This majestic waterfall cascades gracefully amidst lush greenery, offering visitors a tranquil and refreshing escape into nature.

The Somphot Krung Rattanakosin Bridge: marking its 200th anniversary, this bridge, rich in cultural significance, serves as a symbol of the province's heritage and enduring legacy. Its timeless architecture and role in connecting communities make it a cherished site for locals and tourists alike.

Wat Phra Borommathat: An ancient temple in Tak City housing a revered Buddha relic, showcasing exquisite architecture and religious significance.

Local Product Tak Province
  • Ceramic
  • Hill tribe handicrafts
  • Local snacks and desserts
  • Wood carving
  • Bamboo craft
  • Silverware

Basic information about Tak Province

  • Area: 17,303 Square Kilometer
  • Area Code: (+66) 55
  • District: 9 Districts
  • Symbol Tree: Asian Jatoba
  • Distance from Bangkok to Lampang Province = 417 Kilometre (259 Miles)
  • Neighbouring Province:  Mae Hong Son, Chiang Mai, Lamphun, Lampang, Sukhothai, Kamphaeng Phet, Nakhon Sawan, Uthai Thani and Kanchanaburi.
  • Airport: Tak Airport

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