Ta Phraya National Park

The National Park Ta Phraya ( Thai: อุทยานแห่งชาติ ตาพระยา ) is a national park in the northeast region of Thailand, the so-called Isaan.


The Ta Phraya was officially declared on 22 November 1996 Thailand's 82nd National Park.


The Ta Phraya National Park extends over the districts of Amphoe Ban Kruat, Non Din Daeng and Lahan Sai in Buriram Province and Amphoe Ta Phraya River in the province of Sa Kaeo.

The Ta Phraya National Park covers a total area of ​​371 250 rai or 594 km ², it is located near the Cambodian border in the Dangrek Mountains. The highest elevation in the park is the Pran groove (also: Pran Nuch, ยอด เขา พราน นุช ) with 579 meters height.

Flora and Fauna

  • Forests Because the soil in this region is very fertile, there are various deciduous forests, evergreen forests and dipterocarp forests.
  • The Ta Phraya National Park hosts a variety of different animals, eg Asian mountain goats, black bears, sun bears, Menningvögel, Blue Magpie