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Tourists flock back to spectacular Korat peak

Sep 15. 2020
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By THE NATION

Pha Sam Kleur viewpoint in Nakhon Ratchasima is welcoming back tourists with its stunning views of Thap Lan National Park’s emerald mountains and turquoise Lam Sae reservoir.

Visitors scaled the Khao Makha mountain peak on Monday to bask in the chill between rainy season and winter, when the valleys below are carpeted in lush green.

Pha Sam Kleur means the peak of three mountains – the other two mountains can be seen from its viewpoints. The spot is also renowned as great place to watch the sunset and farmers toiling in the fields below.

To get there, visitors take highway 224 from Nakhon Ratchasima city (Korat) past Ban Mai sub-district administration organisation and turn left onto rural road 3115 to Korn Buri district. After 3 kilometres, turn right and take the unsurfaced road to Khao Makha. The drive from Korat takes about an hour.

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