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Doi Inthanon

119 Moo 7 | Ban Luang Subdistrict, Doi Inthanon National Park 50160, Thailand
+66 53 286 730
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119 Moo 7 | Ban Luang Subdistrict, Doi Inthanon National Park 50160, Thailand
+66 53 286 730
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We were at the top on a cloudy day, and were literally in a cloud when visiting the top and The queen and king pagodas. Both places were charming.. The highlight was the short 5 km trek we did ong the river to the village....More

Thank דורון ש
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Rented a car for 1000 baht a day. We were 4. Easy drive to go there and once there. Fun and beautiful views when driving on your own. Definitely recommand renting a car and going on your own!

Thank bicky13
Reviewed 1 week ago

Only a 1.5 hr drive from Chiang Mai, this national park offers fantastic view. It's very cooling in the middle of summer. Do bring a jacket!

Thank Chloe Liying L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We got to the entrance and paid our fees, but we're then forced to show our passport. If we're paying foreign fees, why be forced to show our passport? We said there is no way they could see our passport and then offered to leave...More

1  Thank ChueyChang
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Very beautiful mountaintop setting. At over 2500 meters in elevation, shrouded in clouds that are gently blowing through the cloud forest. Nice short walk on a boardwalk through the forest with a number of informational panels in both Thai and English. Very cool and serene...More

1  Thank LoonMtn
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This mountain is the tallest in Thailand. Locals come to get their photos taken next to the "Highest Spot in Thailand" sign and to enjoy the cool, mountain air. The other attractions include a large number of waterfalls, some of them very impressive. You can...More

Thank Raymond W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

In spite of the fact that they charge foreigners 300 baht per person, it was the greatest experience in Thailand. Thais only have to pay 50 baht.

Thank Tonyyongan
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

WoW I love Doi Inthanon !! What an wonderful part of the world. The last King on Chiang Mai and his wife's final resting place. A reminder to treasure old growth forests and nature. Ile say a prayer and light some incense to that !...More

Thank Katey L
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We went on unfortunately rainy overcast day. We couldn't see the temples as they were covered in fog. We had a great guide that did the usual tour of seeing the waterfall first which was beautiful the. Took us up to temple. Then went to...More

Thank denise21615
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

The waterfalls listed in the NP's brochures were good but the actual grounds where they were located sucks. The places were full of rubbish thrown by the visitors that lack the very basic of social responsibility. The NP would be best visited during the cooler...More

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Lean T
11 June 2017|
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Response from Mischa K | Reviewed this property |
Kew Mae Pan trail will be closed (1 jun -30 October). If you go to the summit there's a shorter (about 400 m long - allow 30 min) beautiful cloud forest walk starting just across the road from the information centre. That... More
16 May 2017|
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Response from TravelAgentDiary | Reviewed this property |
Hi there! My Doi Inthanon National Park tour included a 2 hour hike, visit to the Karen hilltribe village for coffee sampling, walk to a waterfall, and a great authentic lunch in the countryside. For me this full day was... More