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   “Wild Cowboy Adventure Activities” such as ATV Ride, Horse Ride, Gun Shoot, Arrow Shoot, Swimming Pool and Fire Camping.

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Let’s hold the hands of your friends, Family, Lovers, Colleagues, or even your Boss to joy and share the closer relationships;

1. Cliff Hangers
2. Land Ski
3. Ants with Moving Shelters
4. Spiders with Beloved Eggs
5.Chinese Steps
6. Stairs to Heaven
7. Attack of the Commando
8. Wall of Life      
9. Wheeled Bridge 
10. Bell Tower

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More relax on Sunflowers Field

    From sunflower fields to the dam, visit Pah Sak Chonlasit Dam, the largest and longest earth dam of Thailand with a length of 4,860 metres. It is part of the Pasak River Basin Development Project, which is a royal initiated project of H.M. King Bhumibol.

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Jed Sao Noi Waterfall

   Jed Sao Noi Waterfall Forest Park, it situated within the plantation plot no. 1 of Tab Kwang-Muag Lek National Reserved Forest and Dong Payayen National Reserved Forest.

   The 7 decending ordered Muag Lek Stream is flowing through this forest park to Pah Sak River at Kaeng Koi District. 

Muak Lek Waterfall

   Amazed with the country boasts hundreds of natural waterfalls in every region of the kingdom.

   Some popular waterfalls are easily accessible, while others need a little more effort and determination, usually to climb a steep, often difficult path, before being rewarded by the unmatched beauty of the cascades.

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Khao Yai National Park

   The touch of real natural park, which covers an area of 2,168 square kilometers in the Phanom Dong Rak mountain range, stretches over 4 provinces including Nakhon Ratchasima, Nakhon Nayok, Saraburi, and Prachin Buri. Khao Yai became Thailands first national park on 18th September 1962 and is also originally recognized as the National Park Heritage of Asian Group Countries.

   There are many valuable plants, including commercial plants, scented plants and herbs. In addition, there are several mountains with peaks ranging from 800 to 3,000 meters above sea level making Khao Yai a cool climate area, even in summer. 

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Huai Yai Waterfall

   Huai Yai Waterfall is a tourist destination under the care of Thap Lan National Park. Take Highway No. 304 to the market at Km. 79 for 6 kilometres. The entrance is a sloped walkway about 20 metres long. You will find a small waterfall flowing past 2 large boulders. It has water only in the rainy season around July to September

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