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pliw waterfall National Park, Chanthaburi. **Contact number: The National Park Tel. 0 3943 4528 (for information)National Park, Wildlife and Plant Conservation Department Tel. 0 2568 0760 (for accommodation reservation)Located 19 kms. away from town, in the area of Nam Tok Pliew National Park, the medium-sized waterfall originates form underground upon the cliff, with a large habitat of Pluong fish. Ancient remains including Alongkorn Jedi Stupa and the Pyramid of Love were erected by the command of King Rama V as a love memorial to Queen Sunandhakumareeratana who passed away by accident. **Contact number: The National Park Tel. 0 3943 4528 (for information) National Park,

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