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We had a wonderful trekking experience in the park with our family from 5 to 65 years old. A guide was provided to us for a donation of 200 THB. We did it at our pace . The sight seing was fabulous and the exercise...More
Went to Doi Inthanon the highest mountain in Thailand at 2565 mtrs with 'PM Tours " for full day sightseeing , excellent value 1200 pp including lunch , please bear in mind that if you go alone there is a 300bht pp entry fee to...More
Booked a full day Doi Inthanon birding tour with Uthai Cheummarung [has a variety of company names Chiang Mai Birding, Thai Birding, Chiang Mai Birdwatching] for a 5-30 am pickup. provided name and address of hotel. Guide goes to wrong hotel and then goes home....More
Yes, a 2 Hour car journey from the centre of Chiang Mai.
Well worth it at the top - the day we arrived here at 10.00am it was 13 Degrees C.
A few terrible drivers spoil it trying to overtake on the way up and...More
The highest mountain in Thailand. What you can find there:
- authentic tribe villages, which are actually just normal ppl living their own life in a small village on the mountain - no tourist trap!
- amazing view from the summit
- easy trekking in...More
Beautiful national park with frigid temperatures. Hiking at the mae pan trails and flower gardens and queens temple and waterfalls. The pagoda is absolutely stunning too and its interior. Camping here is good too. Need ur own transport here else take yellow songthaew to chom...More
Initially I thought we can hike from the base to the top of Doi Inthanon (garden) but it was a shuttle tour. They take you to see two waterfalls and provide lunch and then take you to a few other scenic places before reaching the...More
This trip blew me away, off the beaten track, with locals, learning how to roast coffee, walks to magnificent waterfalls and a stunning temple in the woods. The description completely undersells the day, would do it all again if I could.
So many beautiful temples in Chiang Mai... I don’t know if it was worth the effort of hiring a driver to get out there - 2 hours there and 2 hours back - 300 baht at the gate per person. Small hike. Waterfall. Food stands...More
I have seen people with scooter there and it should not be any problems as a solo traveler. But there is not much trekking to do - one trails is open only during certain months, for one apparently you need to hire a local... More
I have seen people with scooter there and it should not be any problems as a solo traveler. But there is not much trekking to do - one trails is open only during certain months, for one apparently you need to hire a local guide. The one close to the highest peak is basically only 20min walk. The distance between points of interests are quite long though...
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It’s the tallest mountain in Thailand. The temperature can drop to zero degrees, especially so since you are visiting in November. I would advise you wear long pants and shoes that can withstand damp ground. You will need at... More
It’s the tallest mountain in Thailand. The temperature can drop to zero degrees, especially so since you are visiting in November. I would advise you wear long pants and shoes that can withstand damp ground. You will need at least a jacket.
The weather up in the mountain is unlike the city itself. There’s a big difference.