Doi Inthanon National Park

Doi Inthanon National Park

the highest mountain in Thailand.

Pagodas of the King and Queen

The Royal Twin Pagoda, located in Chain Mai, commemorates the 60th birthday of King. The pagodas, situated near Doi Inthanon national park, feature spiraling staircases and escalators for disabled individuals. Inside, visitors can admire a stunning Buddha statue with artworks, adding to the historical significance of the city.

The king & queen pagoda - Doi Inthanon National Park
doi inthanon is the highest mountain in Thailand

queen pagoda – Doi Inthanon National Park

Kew Mae Pan Nature Trail in Doi Inthanon National Park, Chiang Mai, Thailand.

Kew Mae Pan Nature Trail is a must-do hiking and trekking trail in Doi Inthanon National Park, home to Thailand’s highest peak. This green, highly-rated trail offers a beautiful panoramic view and takes 2-3 hours to complete. It is suitable for beginner hikers and not recommended for those who cannot climb stairs due to some uphill sections. The trail is located at 2,200 meters above sea level, just a few hundred meters below Thailand’s highest peak. Although Doi Inthanon National Park is open year-round, Kew Mae Pan Nature Trail is closed during the rainy season from June to October.

Kew Mae Pan Nature Trail
Doi Inthanon Hiking Tour in Chiang Mai

Nature Lover Trail

Pha Dok Siew Nature Trail

The Pha Dok Siew Waterfall trail in northern Thailand offers stunning views of the valley and its agricultural areas. The trail passes through a village area, where visitors can observe terrace cropping and various plants and wildlife. Accessible from the entrance or through local travel guides, the trail is not recommended during the smoky season, as farmers burn their fields to prepare land.

Pha Dok Siew Waterfall
Doi Inthanon National Park

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Wachirathan Waterfall (Doi Inthanon National Park)

The Wachirathan Waterfall, also known as Vachirathan or Nam tok Vachirathan, is the second major waterfall in Doi Inthanon National Park. It is considered the most impressive of the waterfalls on the mountain’s slopes, with a cumulative height of around 40m. Despite its wide appearance, the waterfall is segmented due to the far right section being stringier than the left. During the wet season, the waterfall is both wide and raging, producing mist and rainbows. Despite its dry season presence, the falls still produced ample mist and rainbows.

Wachirathan Waterfall
waterfall at Doi Inthanon National Park in chiang mai

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