Phu Chong–Na Yoi National Park
|Phu Chong-Na Yoi National Park|
Huai Luang Waterfall,
|Location||Ubon Ratchathani Province, Thailand|
|Nearest city||Ubon Ratchathani|
|Governing body||National Park, Wildlife and Plant Conservation Department|
Phu Chong–Na Yoi National Park is a protected area at the eastern end of the Dângrêk Mountains, northeastern Thailand. It is located in Buntharik, Na Chaluai and Nam Yuen districts of Ubon Ratchathani Province. Established in 1987, it is an IUCN Category II protected area, measuring 686 square kilometres (265 sq mi). Situated in a mountainous area, the park borders Laos and Cambodia. Natural features include the cliffs at Pha Phueng, and the 40 metres (130 ft) Bak Teo Yai Waterfall.
- Spooner, Andrew; Borrowman, Hana; Baldwin, William (February 1, 2007). Footprint Thailand. Footprint Travel Guides. pp. 704–. ISBN 978-1-904777-94-6. Retrieved October 1, 2011.
- IUCN Commission on National Parks and Protected Areas; International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (1992). Protected Areas of the World: Indomalaya, Oceania, Australia and Antarctic. IUCN. p. 149. Retrieved October 1, 2011.
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