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All reviews chiang mai national park highest point in thailand day trip king and queen highest mountain highest peak per person twin pagodas wachirathan waterfall fresh air worth the trip hour drive short walk nature trail bring a jacket entrance fee
Was an average trip. Waterfalls were okay as was the highest point of Thailand. Bare in mind views werent that great as it was a wet and foggy day. Would recommend checking the weather or going mainly during the summer seasons. Food was included in...More
A great way to get a taste of so many things! (only 1 and a half hours from Chiang Mai) Our guide was fantastic and we had a mini history lesson on the way there. Saw twin Pagodas (temples), gardens, highest point in Thailand, mini...More
I have visited Inthanon Nationals Park twice and both visited was a WOW!! I chose a private tour guide so that I ccould enjoying each stop for however short or long as I wanted.
First I visited the largest most beautiful waterfall, the highest point...More
My husband and I went here on a private tour and booked directly with untouchedthailand. Great email communication right away, especially since I booked only 2 weeks prior. We were very happy to have 2 guides- “Goal” and Anon, both ex-monks, and on our rainforest...More
We hired a car & drove to the National Park. It is well signposted & easy to access. make sure you have cash before getting there, the nearest cashpoint is 7km away & nowhere in the park takes cards. Although the 'long trek' was closed...More
Fortunately, I reside in Thailand and have a Thai Drivers License, Work permit, company where i have to employ 4 thai, people for 1 work permit, Which is the legal way here,
I think its wrong to Have one price for foreigners 300 baht, And...More
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It’s the tallest mountain in Thailand. The temperature can drop to zero degrees, especially so since you are visiting in November. I would advise you wear long pants and shoes that can withstand damp ground. You will need at... More
It’s the tallest mountain in Thailand. The temperature can drop to zero degrees, especially so since you are visiting in November. I would advise you wear long pants and shoes that can withstand damp ground. You will need at least a jacket.
The weather up in the mountain is unlike the city itself. There’s a big difference.