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Doi Phu Kha is a beautiful lush national park just outside Pua. We did the 4km circular nature trail and well worth it. As it is the end of the rainy season leeches every where and mozzies but still worth it.
Beware that the first...More
It took nearly an hour from a resort we stayed in Chiang Klang. We planned to visit this Doi because of the famous of Chompu Phuka flowers though a little bit disappointed since there was only some. The best time for seeing these beautiful flowers...More
Doi Phu Fa National Park doesn't appear to be spoiled by human habitation as the forest is thriving and extends as far as the eye can see. It was quite chilly in December during the night. The toilets and showers are maintained immaculately. The roads...More
Everything was so great from the the scenery all the way up here. I went for a little walk into the woods which had the waterfall inside. And it was sooo cold! (way too cold for me) The sunset here was breathtaking and the view...More
we rented a motorbike in Nan city, travelled to Pua... heard this was was a remarkable place... bought a tent and drove up up up up the mountain... we got there the last day of the year, day was hot and a beautiful drive up...More
Road the motorbike up there. First 20km is new tarmac and then it becomes a roadwork site
Views are spectacular from the road, and right at the end is a little village that appears to be the cabbage growing capital of North Thailand
We drove a car to Doi Phu Kha on the day that filled with heavy fog along the 30 Kilometres up on the mountain. Low gear was activated all the way up as the road is mostly quite steep with frequent curves. We stopped by...More
The Thai wife and I were staying in Pua and decided on a half day drive into the mountains. We drove west on road number 1256 and enjoyed the rural and rice farm scenery before the road climbed into the mountains and the national park....More