Doi Suthep-Pui National Park, Doi Suthep

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Known for its stunning landscape, Doi Suthep-Pui National Park also houses a winter residence for royalty and a sacred Buddhist temple. Take a hike through these lush trails and try to identify wide ranges of wildlife and plants in this protected evergreen forest, including the crocodile salamander, parrots, and tall oaks. The highlight, however, remains the towering waterfall where you can swim in the bottom pool. Consider camping overnight for amazing stargazing. With our online itinerary creator, Doi Suthep attractions like Doi Suthep-Pui National Park can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • This mod with the ancient Hill. Change to very Days before vendors tribal dress, but this one is a city infiltrated into the villages, the dress changed to? Flower planting less The place is not natural. Many are built, not natural, but if the crook Hill up to the King, the mechanic is khian. Prunus cerasoides blossom range out to beautiful!
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  • This Park is located on the outskirts of Chiang Mai, very structured and excellent for ecotourism activities, with beautiful visual, recommend
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  • Must this park gives you the opportunity to access enough remote points (Hmong villages for example) made you happy, rent a scooter!
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  • Very beautiful!! The monks gave us a bracelet, the views at the top were amazing and there is a big market nearby where you can buy food and souvenirs for a good price. I recommend you to rent a motorbike (or bicycle if you are feeling brave and adventurous) to take you to the top, taxis are also available, but make sure to get a good price sine it really isn't that far.
  • The car journey up the mountain is an interesting one. The roads are fine but the hills have a good gradient on them. Make sure that you stop off along the way up to take in the views of the whole of Chiang Mai as they are breathtaking. Once at the bottom of the steps to the temple, brace yourself as the steps get a little steeper and wider. The walk up is worth it as the spiritual feeling you get as you walk through the doors is amazing. Make sure that you take your shoes off and walking around the temple barefoot as a sign of respect and to keep the temple dirt free. You can see a monk and be blessed by them. Lots of people take gifts or if you don't have a physical gift then you can always leave money as a gesture for them. The temple is very peaceful and people are respectful of this. If you are in Chiang Mai then this is a must visit!
  • Really nice place. Please dont cheat with the entrance fee (only for foreigners). It's a beautiful place and costs not so much. 30 TBH p.p. for a tourist is no big deal. Maybe take a little towel with you. You have to take of your shoes and after a long rain you can dry your feet.
  • The stunning gold Stupa or Pagoda is amazingly beautiful and worth travelling to near the top of the mountain for. Visit it in day or night and if you're lucky you'll see the monks in their natural habitat for a truly magical and surreal experience.
  • The Doi Suthep national park is incredible. The wat is very nice but too touristy. There are better wats in the city with a fraction of the tourist