“Taksin Maharat National Park is a national park in Tak Province, Thailand. Home to Thailand's largest tree, the park also features waterfalls, caves, and rock formations.”

It is believed that the Burmese King Alaungpaya used to march his army through this area. The park's original name was Ton Krabak Yai National Park, named for the park's enormous krabak tree. On 23 December 1981, the park was designated Thailand's 40th national park. It was later renamed Taksin Maharat National Park ("King Taksin the Great") in honour of King Taksin of the Thonburi Kingdom.

Ton Krabak Yai  The park's main attraction is Ton Krabak Yai, a 700-year-old krabak tree measuring 50 metres (160 ft) in height_ and 16 metres (52 ft) in circumference. The tree is believed to be the largest in Thailand.

Saphan Hin (Stone Bridge)  Saphan Hin is a natural stone bridge spanning two cliffs with a stream flowing beneath. The formation is 25 metres (82 ft) high and 30 metres (98 ft) long. Nearby is the Tran Loard Krow Cave featuring stalactites and stalagmites.

Namtok Pang A Noi This middle-sized waterfall flows all year round. It is around 20 m high, and around 2 km away from Ton Krabak Yai to the east.

Namtok Mae Ya Pa This mid–sized waterfall originates from Lam Huai Mae Ya Pa in a dense forest. It flows in layers along the creek into Lam Huai Mae Tho.

Namtok Sam Muen Thung This giant waterfall of 30 m high originates from Lam Huai Sam Muen Luang and flows year round.

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