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Ban Pha Wai, Puan Phu sub-district, Nong Hin Thailand
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David D wrote a review Nov 2017
Nottingham, United Kingdom113 contributions72 helpful votes
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Left Phu Wiang early in the morning so we could see the sunrise here and it was certainly worth it. Dont make the mistake I did in driving up there. You are supposed to park at the bottom and take a Tak Tak up there but never mind. We did get up to see the sunrise over the mountains. You are at 900m here so it is quite beautifull.
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Date of experience: November 2017
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Achara C wrote a review Feb 2017
Udon Thani, Thailand90 contributions32 helpful votes
A light trip to view what is called Mt Fuji in Loei. Just a ride on local tractor to the top of the hill for some photos. There is a small strawberry farm next to the visitor centre the will love picking it.
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Date of experience: February 2017
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fabian4fabian wrote a review Jan 2017
Kathu, Thailand169 contributions123 helpful votes
Although he resembles more table mountain, Cape town. This mountain is unique in Thailand. In the middle of a mountain range , north west of Isaan( E- San) in Loei province. The way to there is easy to find, just park at the designated area. Go to the desk in the Center of the shopping area and pay 60Thb for a tek-tek ride into the mountain. This tractor ride is unique and brings you to the opposite mountain so you have a clear view of the Phu Pa Po mountain. You will have 3 stops the first 2 to show you different levels of the view on the " Fuji" . The 3rd one brings to a walking spot that after climbing 800m you have a wonderful 360* view over the area. No drinking facilities on the mountain so take Sun protection and water with you. Enjoy the view. At the base you can do so.e shopping and have some food and or drink, not expensive
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Date of experience: January 2017
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Richard G wrote a review Dec 2016
Amnat Charoen City, Thailand35 contributions14 helpful votes
Loei province offers a beautiful mountain range which makes a pleasant change to the flat paddy fields that are most common.Although these mountains may not compare to international standards, the skyline in Loei is very picturesque.There are many campsites to cater for a budget bargain, and this national park is free! The site itself can not be reached by car as it is private land, but the tractor ride to the view points is a small price to pay for this tourist attraction. This is not a demanding physical challenge rather than a very recommendable relaxed retreat.
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Date of experience: December 2016
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saloni2015 wrote a review Jan 2016
Bangkok, Thailand70 contributions11 helpful votes
Very Nice place and well arranged by local authority. The road is very dusty so one should take the face mask to cover nose as it is really very dusty. This is a new place so many people do not know about this place. It is just 3 km from the Suan Hun ( Kunming of Thailand). It is definitely a worth to visit this place.Weather is also very good.
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Date of experience: December 2015
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