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Tak is a province that is important for the economy of Northern Thailand.

Tak is a communication center to the North having the Asian Highway passing through the Myanmar-Thai border into Thailand at Amphoe Mae Sot, then to Sukhothai, Phitsanulok towards Northeastern Thailand entering Laos at Chong Mek pass of Ubon Ratchathani. Tak is the site of Bhumibol Dam, the largest in Thailand. It covers an area of 16,406.6 square kilometers. Tak is located 426 kms. from Bangkok and is administratively divided into 8 Amphoes: Muang, Ban Tak, Mae Ramat, Mae Sot, Pho Phra, Sam Ngao, Tha Song Yang and Umphang The province of Tak produces rice, corn, vegetables, fruits, beef, tilapia, and other foods. Industries in Tak include mining, granite, and jewelry. Handicrafts and Myanmar products are also important for trade. The Bhumibol Dam in the northern part of Tak is its most popular tourist attraction. Tourism, especially ecotourism, in the southern part is seasonal with popular destinations such as Thi Lo Su Waterfall, Thi Lo Le Waterfall, hiking and white water rafting in its various forest reserves.Tak is also famous for its Loy Krathong festival where krathong sai consisting of many krathongs are floated in a long line down the river.[9] The Loy Krathong festival is held on the Ping River in Amphoe Mueang Tak on Loy Krathong night.

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