Once a strategic military region between Thailand and Burma, Tak is now known for its bustling border markets, ethnic diversity, and natural beauty.
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THI LO RE WATERFALL
A newly-developed tourist attraction, Namtok Thi Lo Re is also situated in the Umphang Wildlife Sanctuary (declared by the UNESCO as a world heritage in 1999). Its beauty can be reach only by rafting to the Thi Lo Su waterfall. During the very good weather, visitors will see rainbow flies around Thi Lo Re when rafting pass by.
PHRA THAT HIN KIO AT DON DIN CHI
Phra That Hin Kio at Don Din Chi is a pagoda enshrining relics of Buddha, placed on top of a large golden rock. It is a wonder of nature that a constricted rock with a Mon-style pagoda sitting on top can balance on the edge of a precipice. The base of the Mon style pagoda was made in the size fitting the width of the rock.
RATTANAKOSIN MEMORIAL BRIDGE
The bridge is 2.50 meters wide, 700 meters long with 5 concrete foundations. This bridge used to connect the city of Tak with Tambol Pa Mamuang. In the ancient time, people can travel pass here by motorcycles and bicycles but not anymore. It is now a place for absorbing the view of Ping River with decorated light bulbs on the bridge which is so beautiful especially at night when the stars are shining.
DOI HUA MHOD
Doi Hua Mot is situated in Ban Umphang, just 4 kilometers from Umphang city. Limestone hills without single large tree but are carpeted by blossoming shrubs and wild flowers stretching for approximately 30 kilometers. Doi Hua Mot is definitely a place for people who welcome a break from typical hills.