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Phu Wiang National Park, Phu Wiang

Categories: National Parks, Nature & Parks
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3.8/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web
Phu Wiang National Park is located in Phu Wiang District, Khon Kaen Province, northeastern Thailand. It is best known for its numerous dinosaur bone paleontological sites, The park is one of the world's largest dinosaur graveyards. In 1996, the remains of Siamotyrannus isanensis, a new family of carnivorous thunder lizards, were unearthed in the park.The Phu Wiang Dinosaur Museum is situated within the park and displays many of the park's finds. The park, measuring in size, is located approximately northwest of Khon Kaen. The area is characterized by a central plain and the low hills of the western Phu Phan Mountains.
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  • dinosaur display was nice and very uncrowded unlike most places in Thailand... trail was a little long and difficult for the old ones but very beautiful vistas ... just a note bring plenty water and s...  read more »
  • We caught a mini bus service from KoenKhan that offers a pre arranged pick up time from the park .Driver a little erratic but that's another story . We had been quite excited to see fossils and had ho...  read more »
  • This was a fun park with good hiking - though the combo of distance and heat were a bit much for our younger children - and some dinosaur fossils and foot prints to look at. It was a memorable stop on...  read more »
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  • Home to the beautiful lol. A good culture. Smiling Thai people.
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  • It comes on transparent ronya sasot check box.
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  • But Liao saw volatility ever to travel in the know.
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  • Very good.
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