Bua Tong Waterfall Park and seven color fountain. Is the local Houses of the Holy Moo 8, Tambon Mae Taeng district, Chiang Mai province. In the National Forest wilderness Tang. With an area of approximately 9375 acres Forest Department has declared the area on September 10, 2537.
Plants found in most areas it is not size, and it is with the economy, including teak, red Tabak Tin Nok dipterocarp Hiang antimony Du Maka Showcase Rosa North York Rangers over land, ground to a genus Ferns sure. orchid soil and vine species that grow along streams and waterfalls.
See wildlife present in small animals such as rabbits, ferrets, wild fowl, squirrel, chipmunk, mole skink lizard lizards, snakes, birds, black throated finch bulging at the Magpies.
Wild boar, monkeys, deer, rabbits, birds, including the different types of wild fowl, hawks, snakes, cicadas.
Forest and vegetation.
The rainforest. The species diversity is relatively dense. The plants are all perennials and ground ferns and cycads harrowing Eupatorium odoratum and lace. Woody species were found to produce the key pivot pine sapwood Chan Champa wild mango etc.
Bua Tong Waterfall Park and travel to seven springs. Road Chiang Mai – Phrao district at Km 48 to 49, it will turn right into the park for about 2.6 miles then turn right onto the Bua Tong Waterfall Park and seven color fountain.
Topography. Bua Tong Waterfall and Fountain of seven colors. The forest and the trees. A tree grows in dense evergreen forest and deciduous forest. General appearance is similar to the plateau and valley pan near the waterfall. There is a beautiful view and have a flat area to set up a campfire or a parking lot for visitors as well.