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Doi Inthanon National Park Mountain (Doi), National Parks & Marine Reserves

All Day

05.00 - 18.00

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Located in Chiang Mai Province, Doi Inthanon is the highest mountain in Thailand, rising  2,565 meters above sea level. Doi Inthanon National Park has lots of amazing variation in its lush geography and forest. It is home to rainforest, mixed forest, and pine forest. The weather is cool throughout the year, especially in the cool season when there will be almost constant fog coverage all day and a stunning phenomenon of Mae Kha Ning or frost flower in the early morning.

 

Things to do in Doi Inthanon

Pay homage to Phramahathat Napamathanidol and Phramahathat Napaphol Bhumisiri (the Great Holy Relics Pagodas).

Savor the beauty of mystical morning winter mist.

Explore the Mae Klang, Wachirathan, Siriphum, Mae Ya Waterfalls and Kew Mae Pan and Ang Ka nature trails.

See Mae Klang Luang Rice Terraces

Participate in bird watching

Participate in sky observing at the Thai National Observatory, one of the most advanced optical astronomy facilities in ASEAN.

Explore the Royal Agricultural Station Inthanon

 

Doi Inthanon has a small local market for you to buy local goods, perhaps a souvenir or some local processed fruit.

How to get there

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Getting There: Travel 58 kilometres west of Chiang Mai via Highway No. 107 to Chom Thong, then turn right into Highway No. 1009 and continue a further distance of 48 kilometres along Highway No. 1009 to the summit. A good asphalt road takes visitors up but is rather steep, thus the vehicle must be in a good condition. Visitors could pay for the entrance fee at Km. 8.
Doi Inthanon can be reached by a local truck (Song Thaeo) from Phra That Chom Thong or Mae Klang Waterfall. The Song Thaeo runs to Doi Inthanon National Park Office (Km. 31) and neighbouring villages. The fare costs 20 baht each. A chartered Song Thaeo costing around 800 baht can make stops at other attractions around the area.

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