DOI INTHANON NATIONAL PARK IS THAILAND'S HIGHEST PEAK; IT IS 2.565M ABOVE SEA LEVEL AND COVERS AN AREA OF 1,005 SQ.KM.
At this height, the weather on Doi Inthanon is comfortably cold all year round. Ranges of mountains of Doi Inthanon give birth to many tributaries of Ping River and formed many beautiful waterfalls, for instanct Siriphum Waterfall, Wachirathan Waterfall, Mae Pan Waterfalls, Mae Klang Waterfall, and Mae Ya Waterfall. This marvellous mountain is accessible by car and it is suitable for travelling al... read more
Doi Inthanon is Thailand's highest mountain and its summit has the only true upper montane forest and sphagnum bog in the country. This granite massif with adjoining limestone outcrops is on the periphery of the mountaintop "islands" that stretch southeast from the Himalayas. Inthanon is a shortened name of the Chiang Mai Kingdom's last prince who gave importance to the mountain's watershed forests before he died in 1897. Typically shrouded in mist, the "fog-drip" caused by condensation on trees helps feed numerous... read more