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Ang Phak Nam Waterfall is a low-rise 5-level waterfall situated in Bo Thong district on Khao Yai Mountain. Along the 1.5-km. gradient walkway to the waterfall, visitors can enjoy the relaxing freshnes...
Thap Boek is located at Mu 14, Wang Ban Sub-district. It is a Hmong village. Geographically, it lies at the 1,768 meters above sea level claimed as the highest point of Phetchabun Province. It is mountainous from the sta...
Located just about 3 kilometers from Chiang Rai’s town, the Boomerang Rock Climbing & Adventure Park was reopened in October 2011 with more exciting activities such as outdoor rock climbing with more than two d...
Doi Ang Khang is on Highway No. 107 (Chiang Mai-Fang). Turn left at an intersection around Km. 137 (at Mae Kha Market) and proceed to Doi Ang Khang for a further distance of 25 kilometres. It is a steep zigzagging ...
One of the finest National Parks in Chiang Mai, Doi Fa Hom Pok offers you a chance to discoer the natural beauty of its hot springs, waterfalls and caves.
Approximate three hours drive along the Mae Chan-Ban Thoet Thai and Ban Huai In Routes, Doi Hua Mae Kham is home to many tribes who live on the mountain along the borders ofThailandandMyanmarwith the main population bein...
Doi Hua Mot is situated in Ban Umphang, just 4 kilometers from Umphang city. Limestone hills without single large tree but are carpeted by blossoming shrubs and wild flowers stretching for approximately 30 kilometers. Do...
The Khun Than mountain range of the Doi Khun Than National Park forms a natural boundary between Lamphun and Lampang provinces. The northern rail line to Chiang Mai runs through the longest rail tunnel in the country, wh...
The mountain range of the Doi Khun Than National Park forms a natural boundary between Lamphun and Lampang provinces. The northern rail line to Chiang Mai will runs through this mountainous region before going to longest...
This limestone hill in the area of Chiang Dao Wildlife Reserve features the height of 2,195 metres from sea level, making it the third tallest peak in Thailand after Doi Inthanon and Doi Pha Hom Pok. The peak is a great ...