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Salawin National Park

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Salawin National Park

21 Reviews
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Mae Hong Son Loop Tour
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Ban Tha Ta Fang Mae Yuam, Mae Sariang Thailand
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3-Day Mae Hong Son Loop Motorcycle Tour from Chiang Mai
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3-Day Mae Hong Son Loop Motorcycle Tour from Chiang Mai

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Discover one of Thailand’s most authentic provinces on this 3-day motorcycle tour of Mae Hong Son from Chiang Mai. Follow your guide into a mountainous region that receives little traffic due to its relatively remote location. You’ll visit waterfalls, caves, temples, and war memorials, and even take a rejuvenating dip in hot springs. All meals and accommodations are included for a seamless trip.
$990.00 per adult
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Chuck B wrote a review Oct 2019
Steilacoom, Washington813 contributions205 helpful votes
You need your own wheels to get around this extensive natural area and the roads are in terrible shape. You also need patience if you want to see much wildlife. The waterfall is nothing special, the hot springs a curiosity due to its great heat. The whole area around Mae Sariang is full of natural beauty whether you officially enter the National Park or not.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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DaleL943 wrote a review Jan 2019
Kelowna, Canada408 contributions110 helpful votes
I rode our here on a bicycle from Mae Sariang. It is only 7km. Supposed to be a 100 baht entrance fee and another 10 for the bike but no one was around to collect it even in the park office. I walked around the nature trail which was great and didn’t mind getting lost a little. Nice variety of trees and bamboo as well as a pleasant stream. Came upon some mystery pooh in the park. It isn’t elephant or cows so ????
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Date of experience: January 2019
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BackPackJunkies wrote a review Sep 2017
America, The Netherlands39 contributions17 helpful votes
Arriving there with the motorbike, its far out of the village, a guard opened the gate and pointed out we can go to the visitors centre. But there was no-one there. So we didn't had to pay the 100 baht per person. We walked around a bit and saw some information that was badly translated to English by Google Translate. After 10 minutes we saw a sign behind the visitors centre saying "nature trail"... well, lets get climbing! It goes up very fast, but the environment is nice. A lot of trees. Here and there are some signa that are hard to read and sometimes the path cannot be found because of leaves. There are signs (wooden plank with a yellow arrow) but they are hard to see. We saw trees, mushrooms, termites, trees, ants, leaves, trees and moss. We didn't found the last arrow so we followed a small stream and we followed it stream downwards. Finally we came back to the visitors centre, but not where you are suppossed to get. We also saw pictures of great views over mountains, but we did not find it.
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Date of experience: January 2017
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JoshKronfeld wrote a review Jan 2017
Hastings, New Zealand36 contributions14 helpful votes
Beautifully maintained entrance/hq area. Nature trail starts nicely but as mentioned, sinage gets more inconsistent the further you go. Easy to miss an arrow and then you're pretty much on your own, although it's very easy to get back without sinage. Perfect for explorers, take water
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Date of experience: January 2017
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Pika T wrote a review Nov 2016
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We visited Park in Jan 16. Nobody asked us for money at the entrance, nobody was there in the information center too. We found a stand with nature hiking trail on it and decided to walk there. The trail goes through several small hills, so we had to make an effort to walk up at first. There were several key points drawing your attention to different objects like a tree or moss, and indeed some of them were interesting. You can find more info about this Park and places around in our travelblog (link in the profile)
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Date of experience: January 2016
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