Shrine of King Taksin the Great, Tak
Located near the Tak TAT office, at
the intersection of Charojwithithong Road
and Mahatthai Bamrung
Lan Sang National Park, Tak
This national park is located at Ban Lan Sang, Tambon Mae Tor, Amphoe Muang Tak, approximately
Wat Phra Boromthat and
Ancient Tak City
The area of Wat Phra Boromthat in Amphoe Ban Tak is the former site of Ancient Tak City. Lying along...
Located approximately 60 kilometers north of Tak city in Amphoe Sam Ngao is Bhumibol Dam, Thailand's...
Taksin Maharachanuson Fair
Celebrated annually from December 28-January 3 at the Taksin Shrine and provincial sports field, the fair features religious ceremonial and processions, displays and nightly folk entertainment.
Loi Krathong Sai
Thailand's lovely annual Festival of Lights on the full moon night in November, is celebrated in a unique manner in Tak. Local people thread together their krathongs which are launched simultaneously and appear as lighted necklaces on the Ping River.
Taksin Maharat National Park The big tree Ton Krabak Yai is the biggest Krabak Tree in Thailand. It towers 50m above you and measures 16.10m around its girth. You will find this giant of a tree about 4Km from the Headquarters.
Trails are found in Umphang Wildlife Sanctuary and the western portion of Thung Yai Naresuan,