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TAK  On traveling to Tak Province, expect to discover a place with long history, where natural wonders are magnificently enhanced by ethnic diversity.

Mostly forested and mountainous, Tak is a northern province peacefully situated on the Maenam Ping basin. The province covers an area of 16,406 square kilometers and is 426 kilometers north of Bangkok. As Tak shares natural border with Myanmar, it is highly regarded as a western gateway to Myanmar, and a northern doorway to Thailand's major cities such as Lampang and Chiang Mai.

The Past
A province with a long history, Tak was earlier called Mueang Rahang. Historians believe it was built prior to the Sukhothai era and was treated as the western frontier of the Kingdom. Tak was also associated with Thailand's former Great Kings, from King Ramkamhaeng the Great, King Naresuan the Great, King Narai the Great to King Taksin the Great. These four Kings usually called their troop assemblies in Tak. That is why the seal of the province depicts King Naresuan the Great on the royal elephant, pouring sacred water on the ground. This is a symbolic representation of the declaration of the independence of the Kingdom of Ayutthaya during the war with Burma in 1584. Tak was considered the first district to be liberated from the power of the Burmese Kingdom.

 

travel information for tak


Namtok Thi Lo Su

Doi Hua Mot

Ban Loe Tong Ku

Namtok Mae Ka Sa

Wat Si Talaram

Wat Mani Banphot

Trok Ban Chin (Ban Chin Alley)

Lan Sang National Park

City Pillar Shrine of the Four Great Kings

Thai-Myanmar Friedship Bridge

Talat Rim Moei

Namtok Pha Charoen

Namtok Mae Ka Sa

Namtok Nang Khruan

Taksin Maharat National Park

Shrine of King Taksin the Great

Wat Thai Wattanaram

Wat Don Kaeo

Tham Takhobi

Namtok Thi Lo Re

Namtok Thi Lo Cho (Falling Rain Waterfall)

Namtok Sepla

Ban Thi Po Chi

Ban Pa La Tha

Mae Ka Sa Thermal Bath

Valentine Island

Museum of Indigenous Arts and Culture

Mani Banphot Swamp

Wat Mani Phraison

Wat Chumphon Khiri

Mysterious Hill

Umphang

Tham Mae Usu (Mae Usu Cave)

Mae Ka Sa Thermal Bath

Valentine Island

Mae Ping Lake Cruise

Khuean Bhumibol

Wat Phra That Doi Hin Kiu

Mae Sot

Hilltribe Market

Doi Musur Hilltribe Development & Welfare Center

Doi Muser Crops Research Station

Wat Phra Boromthat and Ancient Tak City

The Present
Today, Tak is no longer a strategic military frontier between two great nations. It is however a trading gateway to Myanmar at Amphoe Mae Sot, where lots of economic activities take place daily along the border. In addition, the province has the Asian Highway that runs from Thailand's western border towards the northeastern region at Chong Mek (Mae Sot Sukhothai Phitsanulok Ubon Ratchathani - Laos).

Apart from Tak's military and economic importance the province is also an environmental and cultural center with magnificent forests, spectacular waterfalls and caves and fascinating hill tribes such as Karen, Lisu, Musoe (Lahu), Akha, Yao and Hmong.

 

 

Distances from Amphoe Muang to Other Districts:

 
Ban Tak
Sam Ngao
Mae Sot
Mae Ramat
Phop Phra
Tha Song Yang
Umphang
Wang Chao
22
56
86
120
135
170
221
38
kms.
kms.
kms.
kms.
kms.
kms.
kms.
kms.

Distances from Tak to Neighbouring Provinces:

 

Kamphaeng Phet
Sukhothai
Phichit
Nakhon Sawan
68
79
157
185
kms.
kms.
kms.
kms.

 

Travelling to Tak 
   

By Car

From Bangkok, take Highway No. 1 (Phahonyothin) and Highway No. 32 to Nakhon Sawan via Ayutthaya, Ang Thong, Sing Buri and Chai Nat Provinces, then take Highway No. 1 again and proceed to Tak via Kamphaeng Phet Province. The total distance is 426 kilometers.
 

By Bus

From Bangkok: Air-conditioned buses depart from Bangkok's Northern Bus Terminal (Mochit 2 Bus Terminal)to Tak between 5 a.m. and 10 p.m. every day. The journey takes 6 hours. Call 0 2936 2852-66 or visit www.transport.co.th for updated schedules. Daily bus services to Tak are also available. They are operated by private bus companies such as Thanchit Tour (Tel: 0 2551 1307), Choet Chai Tour (Tel: 0 2551 1054). 
 

By Rail

From Bangkok: There are no trains going directly to Tak. The nearest train transfer station is Phitsanulok. From there, tourists can take a local bus to Tak. Contact Bangkok Railway Station Tel. 1690, 0223 7010, 0 2223 7020 or visit www.railway.co.th for more information.
   

By Air

From Bangkok: Thai Airways flies from Bangkok to Mae Sot, a district which is 86 kilometers from the City of Tak. For more updated information, call 0 2628 2000 (24-hour reservation center) or visit www.thaiairways.com 
 
Travel from Tak to other Cities

Tourists who want to travel from Tak to Bangkok or any other city may choose to go by air or land. Car rental service in the City of Tak is also available. 

By Bus

Many governmental and private bus companies have regular and air-conditioned bus services to nearby provinces. For more information, call Transportation Authority of Tak, tel. 0 5551 1057. 
 
Distances from Amphoe Muang to Other Districts:

Ban Tak
Sam Ngao
Mae Sot
Mae Ramat
Phop Phra
Tha Song Yang
Umphang
Wang Chao
22
56
86
120
135
170
221
38
kms.
kms.
kms.
kms.
kms.
kms.
kms.
kms.

Distances from Tak to Neighbouring Provinces:

 
Kamphaeng Phet
Sukhothai
Phichit
Nakhon Sawan
68
79
157
185
kms.
kms.
kms.
kms.

Travelling to Tak 
   

By Car
  

From Bangkok, take Highway No. 1 (Phahonyothin) and Highway No. 32 to Nakhon Sawan via Ayutthaya, Ang Thong, Sing Buri and Chai Nat Provinces, then take Highway No. 1 again and proceed to Tak via Kamphaeng Phet Province. The total distance is 426 kilometers.


By Bus

From Bangkok: Air-conditioned buses depart from Bangkok's Northern Bus Terminal (Mochit 2 Bus Terminal)to Tak between 5 a.m. and 10 p.m. every day. The journey takes 6 hours. Call 0 2936 2852-66 or visit www.transport.co.th for updated schedules. Daily bus services to Tak are also available. They are operated by private bus companies such as Thanchit Tour (Tel: 0 2551 1307), Choet Chai Tour (Tel: 0 2551 1054).
  

By Rail

From Bangkok: There are no trains going directly to Tak. The nearest train transfer station is Phitsanulok. From there, tourists can take a local bus to Tak. Contact Bangkok Railway Station Tel. 1690, 0223 7010, 0 2223 7020 or visit www.railway.co.th for more information.
   

By Air

From Bangkok: Thai Airways flies from Bangkok to Mae Sot, a district which is 86 kilometers from the City of Tak. For more updated information, call 0 2628 2000 (24-hour reservation center) or visit www.thaiairways.com
   
From Bangkok via Pitsanulok Province and then transfer to the Pitsanulok-Tak shuttle. The flights are scheduled to run every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. Call 02 628-2000 (24-hour reservation center) or visit www.thaiairways.com for more information.

From Bangkok to Umphang, Take air-conditioned buses, as well as flights from Bangkok to Mae Sot, and then, take the local bus to Umphang. There is now a charter flight operated by Siam GA Co., Ltd. The fare is approximately 9,000 bahts to fly directly to Umphang either on Monday, Wendesday, Friday, Saturday or Sunday. For more information, call 02 5043320 ext. 197.

Travel from Tak to other Cities

Tourists who want to travel from Tak to Bangkok or any other city may choose to go by air or land. Car rental service in the City of Tak is also available.
  

By Air


From Bangkok via Pitsanulok Province: and then transfer to the Pitsanulok-Tak shuttle. The flights are scheduled to run every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. Call 02 628-2000 (24-hour reservation center) or visit www.thaiairways.com for more information.

The Thai Airways offers a wide range of trips from Tak and Mae Sot to other provinces, including Chiang Mai and Phitsanulok. For more information, call 0 2628 2000 (24-hour reservation center)
 

By Bus

Many governmental and private bus companies have regular and air-conditioned bus services to nearby provinces. For more information, call Transportation Authority of Tak, tel. 0 5551 1057.

 

 

 

 
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