Doi Pha Hom Pok National Park, Fang City
(4.3/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
Doi Pha Hom Pok National Park, formerly known as Mae Fang National Park, is the northernmost national park in Thailand. It straddles Fang, Mae Ai, and Chai Prakan Districts of Chiang Mai Province. The park covers 524 km2 of the mountain area of the Daen Lao Range, at the border with Burma. The tallest peak is Doi Pha Hom Pok at, the second highest in Thailand.Doi Pha Hom Pok National Park is mostly covered with forest, where tree species such as Hopea odorata predominate with rare plant species such as Impatiens jurpioides and butterflies such as Meandrusa sciron. Doi Lang, located within the park, is an excellent area for birdwatching.At Fang Hot Springs, park HQ, are many hot mineral springs in a 10 rai area (16,000 m2). Water temperature ranges from 90-130° C. The largest pond has hot steam rising 40-50 meters above the ground.
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  • A very small park, hotsprings transformed into spa resort with private cabins with baths and showers, saunas and mineral baths. Nothing authentic, fake rocks made of bricks everywhere and not a natural geyser. Everywhere are tubes. They were authentic. And that for 300 bath entrance p.p. you know it when you have been there, so judge for yourself but.
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  • It is a very beautiful place. The drive is amazing. Gets very beautiful as you go deep inside the national park but winter is the ideal time because you are allowed to go on top and camp. The hot spri...  more »
  • We stopped here for a night on our way to Doi Angkhang. We never knew this was on the other way to our intended destination. We spent an afternoon there. The hot springs are really a joy to watch. We ...  more »
  • Definitely top 5 buddhist places I've visited. Cool architecture, loads of relics, unavoidable sense of awe.
  • In September everything closed (no cave, no waterfall and no viewpoint) but same price (300,- for farang) hotspring have to pay extra 100,- not really nice. In high season for sure a good stop but so only 🌟 . Refund of out money (we came back after 15 minutes) was also not possible.
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  • Welcome stop on the bike from chiang mai to rai. Good soak in the baths
  • Bad road but worth it