Doi Inthanon, Doi Inthanon National Park
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Head up Doi Inthanon, a mountain of great natural and cultural importance in Thailand. At 2,565 m (8,415 ft) above sea level, this is the highest point in the country, situated in a popular national park that bears its name. With splendid views from the top and an abundance of wildlife all around, the summit acts as a tribute to the Thai royal family, with chedis (monuments) dedicated to the king and queen keeping watch over the landscape. Conveniences abound across the park, particularly on the mountaintop, making it both a family-friendly site and an adventurer's playground. Explore the park and its famous peak on foot or by vehicle, alone or as part of a tour. Make Doi Inthanon a centerpiece of your Doi Inthanon National Park vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Doi Inthanon National Park trip itinerary builder.
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  • It's a beautiful national park. We visited the Twin Pagoda, entrance fee is 40 baht person, closed at 4pm. Was very cold and misty the day we visited. 
  • Long holidays with one extra leave days. Invite your friends, brothers and you want to go ahead at Chiang Mai in search of cold weather into the body, and it's not like he wants to make the cold disappointment. Lunch or casual cold weather, but at night here, find the sweater barely misses too much away how many thi still can now see again. #. #. # of DOI suthep, Pui, Mae samoeng.
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  • About a 2 hour drive from Chiang Mai, but worth the drive. Lots of greenery, lovely gardens, tons of fruit stands, and a deservedly popular restaurant (I forget the name, but it's in the flower park) ...  more »