Tak Attractions, Attractions in Tak, what to do in Tak, Tak Sightseeing

larger text smaller
Attractions
Historical Sites
Memorial Bridge
Location : Amphoe Mueang
Bhmipkol Dam
Bhumiphol Dam
Built in 1982 to mark the Banhkok Bicen-tennial by the Provincial Administration Authority, the bridge is ideal for the appreciation of the ping River's sceneries.
Yuddhahatthi Chedi
Location : Amphoe Ban Tak
Widely known as Chedi Chan Chang the 700-year-old Sukhothai-style pogoda is situated a top of Doi Chang. Tambon koh Taphao.
Phra Phutthabat Doi Khao Nam
Location : Amphoe Sam Ngao
This Lord Buddha’s footprint is enshrined in Wat Phra Phutthabat at the top of a hill on an island.
Phra That Hin Kew
Location : Amphoe Mae Sot
Located atop Doi Din Ji in Ban Wang Takian, the Mon-style pagoda is housed on a huge canstricted rock, a natural wonder, erecting atop the cliff. In February, annual ceremony will be held here. The natural wonder could be accessible by route #105, through The Art village and Wang Takian village.
Religious Sites
Wat Si Talaram (Si Talaram Temple)
Location : Amphoe Mueang
Founded in Ban Chine, Taksin Rd, Tambon Rahaeng, the province's oldest temple is also called Wat Nam Hak (circular-current temple). In those days, during the rainy season the current of Ping river forced by that of Huai Mae Tor circulariy flowed to the temple's pier. The monastery housing an Ayudhya-style Buddha image and European-style ordination hall is very shady with trees.
Wat Borommathat (Borommathat Temple)
Location : Amphoe Ban Tak
Doi Soi Malai
Doi Soi Malai
Situated in tambon Koh Taphao, is an old temple. the monastery houses an ordination hall with beautifully sculptued doors and windows depicting the Buddha's life. And within the Vihar is houesd an image of Buddha. The temple is worth visiting. TO access the wat, from Amphur Muang tak follow route 1107 (tak-ban Tak Rd). After about 35-km drive, turn into route 1175.
Wat Don Kaew (Don Kaew Temple)
Location : Amphoe Mae Ramat
“Located behind the district's office, the temple houses a marble image of Buddha, one of the three Buddha Images simultaneously sculptured by Burmese sculptor, the first one currently kept in Pakistan, the second in India and the third In Wat Don-Kaew.
Markets
Doi Muser Hill Tribe Market
Location : Amphoe Mueang
Located on the roadside of the Tak – Mae Sot route (Highway No. 105) around km 29.
Rimmaei Market
Location : Amphoe Mae Sot
Located by the Moei River, opposite ti the Myanmar's City of Meo Di, the market has local products both from Thailand and myanmar for sale, such as dried bamboo shoots, dried fish, mushroom, beans, leathers, satin cloth including precious stones.
Natural Attractions
Doi Soi Malai
Location : Amphoe Ban Tak
Phra that Hin Kew
Phra That Hin Kew
The roof of Tak, is the highest mountain peak located in the sanctuary. From the Doi, the sceneries of the Bhumiphol Dam, The pinery, the misty morning and evening could be appreciated. From November to January is an ideal period for visiting the roof of Tak. Camping sites areavailable.
Pha Sam Ngao
Location : Amphoe Sam Ngao
There, three deep holes were carved into the cliff at the mountain foot, and a gilded Buddha image is housed in each of the three niches. 
Mae Kasa Waterfall
Location : Amphoe Mae Sot
Located in Mae Ka Sa village, this small waterfall can be traveled to all year round. The waterfall has a stream running down from a high cliff in the midst of lush forest. A large pond situated on the upper level is perfect for swimming as it is filled with water all year.  
Mae Kasa Hot Spring
Location : Amphoe Mae Sot
This hot well of 2 m wide is located in Tambon Mae Kasa, right in the village. Hot and cool streams flow to meet at this well.
Se Pla Waterfall
Location : Amphoe Umphang
This waterfall on a limestone mountain flows in tiers, and is 10 m wide and 50 m long. Its flowing stream against boulders looks like a beautiful white cloud.
Thee Lor Sue Waterfall
Location : Amphoe Umphang
The Umphang Thee Lor Sue Waterfall (also The Lor Sue, Thee Lor Sue or Te-law-zue) is claimed to be the largest and highestwaterfall in Thailand. It stands 250 metres (820 ft) high and nearly 450 metres (1,480 ft) wide on the Mae Klong River, flowing down from Huai Klotho into the Umphang Wildlife Sanctuary in Tak Province in northwestern Thailand.

Namtok Se Pla
Namtok Se Pla
However, the waterfall has apparently never been surveyed, as the figures given are approximate.
Doi Hua Mod
Location : Amphoe Umphang
blessed with natural wonders, is ideal for the appreciation of the misty sea in the morning and beautiful sunset in the evening. the Doi locted atop the 30-km long and 2-km wide mountain is surrounded by large trees and grassy field. To reach the Doi, fofiow the Um Phang Ban pa la the Rd. the first view area is situated at Km 9, while the second one located at Km. 10
Other Attractions
Lane House China
Location : Amphoe Mueang
Location near the Tak Municipality, Taksin Rd, Tambon Rahaeng, the lane was very famous as the past. Currently, the small soi with old shophouses is not busy. People, most of them are Chineses, living in the soi simply lead their daily lives.
The Shrine of King Taksin the great
Location : Amphoe Mueang
situated on Charod Vithithong Rd, close to the of office of the Tourism Authority of thailand, the shrine houses the statue of King taksin the Great with the inscription reading "King Taksin of Thonburi wae born in 1734, dead in 1782. 48 years old." the shrine is much revered by Tak people and general public.
Bhmiphol Dam or Yanhi Dam
Location : Amphoe Sam Ngao
Thee Lor Sue Waterfall
Thee Lor Sue Waterfall
The first multi-purpose dam of thailand and the 8th largest dam of the world, was built in 1952 and officially inaugurated by His Majesty the King on May 17, 1964. Blessed with wonderful sceneries, the dam is ideal for rest and relaxation. Interesting attractions nearby include.
Amazing Hill
Location : Amphoe Mae Sot
Here, a car can be astonishingly seen going up the hill without switching on the engine. A scientist gave an explanation that it was an illusion.
Thai – Myanmar Friendship Bridge
Location : Amphoe Mae Sot
The bridge is located in Tambon Tha Sai Luat, across the Moei River between Tak’s Mae Sot district and Myawadi in the Union of Myanmar.