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Phu Thog

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4 Days 3 Nights The Colours of the Mekong
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4 Days 3 Nights The Colours of the Mekong

A 4-day exploration that showcases the true essence of Thailand in one of the country’s least-known regions: Loei. With ample opportunities to get a taste of the traditions and rich heritage, this will even surprise the most seasoned Thailand explorer.
$1,147.18 per adult
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Viraj_juthani wrote a review Dec 2018
Jakarta11 contributions3 helpful votes
Plan to reach the summit by 5.45am in the winter months. Good views but tends to be crowded. Must visit when in Chiang Khan.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Manisara wrote a review Mar 2018
Bangkok, Thailand136 contributions16 helpful votes
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Not so far from Chiangmai Khan city, jumped to Skylab - local Tuk Tuk :) (modified motocycle) and took a pick-up (well.., take a walk if you like hiking) to Phu Thog .. Keep waiting for a wonderful moment. I’m stunned with a shot,,, first light with a sea of mist and sun rises... Soooo beautiful. Asked your hotel or guest house for booking Skylab -about 100bht each and 25-30bht for pick-up (round trip).
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Date of experience: January 2018
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jesda wrote a review Feb 2018
Khu Khot, Thailand723 contributions127 helpful votes
To go up to the top you have to take a ride for 20baht/person as they don't allow you to drive up there. From the top the view of Chieng Khan, Khong River and Laos are fantastic. But to see the fog-covered valley you have to go very early and at the right time of the year. One can also pay homage to the very sacred Bhudda image.
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Date of experience: February 2018
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ongkeehong wrote a review Feb 2018
Singapore, Singapore142 contributions71 helpful votes
We depart at 5.45am, reached the carpark and take the authorised pickup truck up the peak. There is a buddha at the peak (which common in Thai). We waited patiently and slowly the crowd are building up. About 6.15am can see some red light from behind the apposite mountains. The mist is below us and form a nice cloud of sea. By 6.30+, the round red dot start rising and the view is amazing. You have 360 deg view from the peak. One side facing Mekong River and Chang Khan town.
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Date of experience: February 2018
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Roger S wrote a review Dec 2017
Napier, New Zealand43 contributions9 helpful votes
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Short distance outside Chiang Khan, easy drive to the tuk tuks that take you up the hill. All new SUVs so no lumps or bumps on the way up or down. Small fee, see this as a local tax, however the service was very good and locals very friendly. Breakfast or hot snacks available before sunrise which was nice. We were there in early December and temp was about 20deg C so very comfortable.
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Date of experience: December 2017
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