|Location||Around 430 kilometers north of Bangkok|
|Accessibility||Through Sukhothai town|
The beautiful 300-acre National Park has lovely flowers, fabulous greenery and prolific wildlife. The Park is home to over 70 recorded bird species. One of the main attractions of the Park is Tad Dao- a 40 meter high waterfall. Wang Chang, one of the highest peaks in the Park, offers some spectacular views of the Park.
The park has hilly undulating terrain. High mountains covered with tropical forests provide an ideal habitat to the wild animals. Beautiful waterfalls and brooks intersperse the mountains, boosting their attraction. There are some mysterious caves as well on the mountains.
» The Park is situated in the vicinity of Sukhothai Park
» Area about 213 square kilometers
» 70 plus recorded bird species
» Proclaimed a National Park in 1981
Sukhotai town is situated at a short distance from the Park. All modern infrastructure and dining facilities are in Sukhotai.
» Maximum temperature crosses 30°C with bright sunlight throughout the year
» Average Temperature is between 15°C to 36°C
How To Reach
One can reach Sri Satchanalai National Park using the means given below:
Nearest airport Amphur Sawankhalok, is approximately 30 kms from Sukhothai town. Air services are available to and from Chiang Mai and capital Bangkok.
Trains run between Bangkok to Phitsanulok, nearest railway station. Then you can take a bus for Sukhotai.
Buses are available between Bangkok and Sukhotai. Buses can also be taken for tourist destinations of Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai and Khon Kaen. You can also hire a car for reaching the National Park.
From Sukhothai town, you can take local buses and songathews to reach the Park.
You can use bicycles and motorbikes to move around the Park.
Accommodation & Dining
A small bungalow providing accommodation for few people is available. As for dining, don't expect five-star variety. One does not go to the jungle for delicious dishes. However, good facilities are available in Sukhothai town.