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City Attractions

King Taksin the Great Shrine
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Located near the Tak TAT office, this statue of Tak's most famous native son (1734 - 1782) is the site of an annual fair from December 28 until January 3. King Taksin was the Thai monarch who expelled the Burmese from Thailand after the 1767 destruction of Ayutthaya as the Thai capital.

Mani Banphot Swamp
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    This scenic, extensive area within the heart of Tak city is located near Wat Mani Banphot on Paholyothin Highway. Inside the temple, a Chiang Saen Buddha image dating from the late 1200s is enshrined.
Khao Tham

Located in Tambon Mai Ngam, this 71 - meter rocky hillock, near Paholyothin Highway, contains replicas of the Lord Buddha's Footprint on the summit. Tak residents pay homage throughout the year, most particularly during Songkran, which marks the traditional Thai New Year each April 13.

Out of City Attraction

Wat Phra Boromthat and Ancient Tak City

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This monastery, located 25 kilometers upstream, in Amphoe Ban Tak, in an area which used to be the former site of Tak city. There are several ruins in the area, including a hilltop pagoda which was constructed, according to legend, by King Ramkhamhaeng of Sukhothai (reign : 1275 - 1317) to commemorate his victory in single combat on elephant back against King Khun Sam Chon, the ruler of Muang Shot (currently Amphoe Mae Sot).

Bhumibol Dam

Thailand's largest dam is located some kilometers north of Tak city in Amphoe Sam Ngao, and dams the Mae Ping River. The extensive reservoir forms a picturesque lake that extends northwards to Chiang Mai's Amphoe Hot. Accommodation is available at the dam. Contact the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand at ( Bangkok ) 436 - 3179 or 424-0101 for further details.

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Mae Ping Lake Cruises

Popular cruises originate from the Bhumibol Dam to Chiang Mai's Doi Tao Self - Help Settlement edging the dam reservoir, a total distance of 140 kilometers. Full details may be obtained from the Educational Tour Center, Tel : ( Bangkok ) 221-5183, or the Thongnatee Company Limited, Tel : 457-3428, 467-2557.

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Lan Sang National Park

Located on the Tak-Mae Sot Highway (Route 105), 17 kilometres from Tak city, and accessed by a 3-kilometre road, the park contains the scenic Lang Sang and Pha Phung waterfalls. Accommodation is available. Contact the National Park Division of the Royal Forestry Department in Bangkok, Tel: 579-0529 or 579-4842 for further details.

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Taksin Maharat National Park

Originally named Krabak Yai National Park, after the name of Thailand’s biggest tree, this 37,250-acre national park is located 2 kilometres off the Tak-Mae Sot Highway, some 26 kilometres from Tak city. The mountainous area has several scenic viewpoints, evergreen forest, waterfalls and streams. Accommodation, primarily in the form of bungalows and camp sites, is available. Contact the National Park Division of the Royal Forestry Department in Bangkok, Tel: 579-0529 or 579-4842 for further details.

Doi Musur Hill Tribe Development and Welfare Center

Located on the road to Lan Sang Waterfall, the area is one is which Lahu, Lissu and Meo hilltribes reside. Hilltribes products are for sale at Km 29 on the Tak-Mae Sot High-way.

Mae Sot

This riverside settlement on the Moei River, facing Myanmar (Burma) on the opposite bank, and some 86 kilometers from Tak city, is well known for its shopping opportunities, especially for Burmese goods such as cloth lengths, gemstones and decorative items.

Tham Mae Usu

This cave, boasting notably beautiful stalactites and stalagmites, is located on the scenic Mae Sot-Mae Sariang High-way (Route 1085), at Km. 95-96. It is necessary to ford the Mae Usa stream in front of the cave to gain acccess. This may not be possible during the annual Rains Season (July through October).

Doi Mae Ramoeng & Mon Krathing

Doi Mae Ramoeng is some 130 kilometres north of Mae Sot on the Mae Sot-Mae Sariang Highway. Mountain scenery is particularly spectacular in the morning when mist swirls through the peaks. The area is rich in wildlife, particularly deer species and numerous types of birds.

Amphoe Umphang

Amphoe Umphang is 164 kilometres south of Mae Sot on Highway 1090. The scenic highway’s highest point is some 1200 metres above sea level. The winding route takes some 4 hours to complete, particularly during the Rains Season or the Cool Season when mountain mists impede progress.

Thi Lo Su Waterfall

This spectacular waterfall is located in the Umphang Wildlife Sanctuary and can be visited only from November through May. Would - be visitors to the waterfall and wildlife sanctuary are recommended to enquire first with the TAT office in Tak  Tel : (055) 514-341-3 for information regarding travel conditions and camping opportunities.

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Mae Sot

The border town of Mae Sot is a favourite place for purchasing Burmese handicrafts; the spectacular Thi Lo Su Waterfall in Umphang Wildlife Sasnctuary misty mountain scenery on the Thai-Burmese border Overleaf : Tak's annual Loi Krathong Sai festival and a hilltribe village in northern Tak

Site Map: Tak

::: Introduction

::: Hotel Reservation:

   ::: City

:::: Tak Andaman Resort
The Viang Tak River Side
Centara Mae Sot Hill Resort
:::: Rajaburi Boutique
::::  Phu Doi Campsite

::: Attractions:

::: City
::: Outside City

::: How to get there

::: Tak Map

::: Festival


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