The park is a historical area the battle field between Chinese communist and the soldiers. The communist digged 40m deep tunnel as shelter and to keep weapon. Dues to the weather is cold all year, the park is named "Khao Nam Khang". The park's attractions are Ton Tat Fah, Wang Luang Prom, Pru Ching Waterfalls, Mueang Look Nueng and Khao Nam Khang tunnel.
The park is consisting of complex mountain ranges stretched southward till the border of Malaysia. The significant mountains are Kuan Sya, Kuan Khao Mai and the highest mountain: Khao Nam Kang which is 648 meters in height above average sea level. Its an important area which originate many streams which are Na Twee canal, Prik canal, Tub Chang canal, Klong Sai Kaow canal, etc. Soil characteristic is friable soil, clay, clay mixed with sand, stone characteristic is mostly limestone and granite
Climate characteristic is under influence of northeast monsoon and southwest monsoon which causing abundant rain throughout the year. Rainy season starts from May to January, Summer starts from February to
Flora and Fauna
Most of the area is Moist evergreen forest consisting of rich natural resources, mostly are economical valued trees ; Malacca teak, Hopea, Shorea farinose, Dipterocarpus alatus, Michelia Champaca, Shorea leprosula, Parashorea stella, Derris scandens, Mangifera indica, Mimusops elengi, etc. Ground plants found are Areca cathecu,genus Calamus or Daemonothops, bamboos, orchids, ferns, moss, etc.
Wild animals living in the park include wild pigs, bears, barking deers, serows, short-tailed monkeys, gibbons, panther, civets, tapirs, mouse deer, turtles and various species of birds include hornbills, great agus pheasants, red jungle fowls, tree partridges, green peafowls, white-rumped shamas, hill
Chinese Communist Terrerist Cave or Khao Nam Khang Cave
Chinese Communist terrerist dug into the mountain to refuge from attack and called " 08 Cave", about 6km far from the Park Headquarter on Ban
Ton Lad Waterfall
is the beautiful waterfall, about 50 m. long, located behind the Park Headquarter at about 500 m.
Ton Dard Fa Waterfall
has a steep slope cliff about 80-90 degree celsious, when have your face lifted, it's like beautiful
Nam Tok Wang Luang Prom
is a small waterfall, with a lage stone in the center of waterfall,cousing 2 currents of
Muang Luk Nung
Muang Luk Nung, a large boulder which give the appearance of a mighty wall surrounding an ancient city. Its located in approximately area of Nam Kang
Pru Ching Waterfall
is highest waterfall in Khao Nam Khang mountain, with fertile nature around this
Nam Tok Ton Mai Pak
at Sadao district in SongKla province, is most beautiful waterfall and has strong water
Khao Nam Khang National Park
Mu 1, Khlong Khwang Sub-district, Amphur Muang Songkhla Songkhla Thailand 90000
Tel. 7432 9644-5
How to go?
Khao Nam Kang National park can be accessed by starting from Na Ta Wee District, Song Kla Province, go along laterite road to Sa-ton village, then Na -plang village, and Lum village, and finally Tambon Plug Hon. The road is inconvenient because its steep road up and down the hills so four wheels drive car is most convenient.