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Inthanon Route

DoiInthanon is the highest mountain in Thailand. The name DoiInthanon was given in honour of King Inthawichayanon, one of the last kings of Chiang Mai, who was concerned about the forests in the north and tried to preserve them. He ordered that after his death his remains be interred at DoiLuang, which was then renamed in his honour. Today, the summit of DoiInthanon is a popular tourist destination for both foreign and Thai tourists. On the lower slopes of DoiInthanon, near the Karen hill tribe village, Ban Sop Had, are the Wachirathan waterfalls, where the Wachirathan (lit. "Diamond Creek") tumbles over a granite escarpment. On the main road to the summit of DoiInthanon stand two adjacent chedis, one called Naphamethi, and the other, Naphaphonphumisiri meaning "being the strength of the air and the grace of the land". These temples were built to honour the 60th birthday anniversary of King BhumibolAdulyadej in 1987, and the 60th birthday anniversary of Queen Sirikit in 1992, respectively. 1) Baan Tawai Wood carving village 90 Moo 2 ban- TawaiKhunKhong, Hangdong, Chiang Mai 50230 660818824882 Baan Tawai offers creative and detailed wood carved pieces at a great price. The village supplies made to order teak wood products. The village also offers various types of souvenirs such as handmade soaps made from natural ingredients, high quality silk and so much more. 2) Mae Wang Elephant Camp 136 Moo.9 SobwinVillageMaewin, Maevang, Chaingmai, 50360 053 027 658 An Elephant camp set in a beautiful location and supervised by local mahouts. Visitors can ride the elephants through the jungle and across the river. Once the trekking is finished visitors can help to clean the elephants and feed them fruit. 3) ViengThaKarn – Can’t find any information. 4) Ganesh Museum Moo 10, 35th kilometer stone of Chiang Mai-Hod Road, Yang Kram Sub-district, Doi Lo District 0 5302 4287 The only museum in Thailand that collects and displays Ganesh statues and information. There are lots of interesting pieces in the museum including wood carved statues and waxworks. Visitors will have the opportunity to dress up as a Moghul prince of princess and have the photograph taken. 5) Grand Canyon Chiang Mai Nam Phrae, Hang Dong District, Chiang Mai 50230 095 685 3145 Chiang Mai’s own version of the Grand Canyon. A nice spot for exploring and walking with many coffee shops and restaurants for refreshments. For more adventurous types there are water activities and the chance to jump into the water from one of the cliffs. 6) Wat Phra That Si Chom Thong Chiang Mai - Hod Road, Moo 2 | Baan LuangSubdistrict, Chom Thong, Thailand 094 604 2952 One of the most significant temples in Northern Thailand. The Temple holds an extremely sacred Buddha relic. It is believed that the Buddha once visited the location of the temple. The temple was built in the 15th century which makes it one of the oldest temples in the North of Thailand. 7) Small Farm 99 Moo 21, T. Banluang, A. Chomthong, Chiang Mai, Ban Luang, Chiang Mai 50160 053 033 068 A unique small farm resort. Guests can stay overnight on the resort and spend time up close with some of the small animals. There is a relaxing garden provided for guests to unwind along with many other amenities to ensure a comfortable stay. The farm is also open for visitors who aren’t staying on the resort but wish to interact with the small animals. 8) Wachirathan Waterfall An impressive waterfall on the way to the top of DoiInthanon. Wachirathan is an extremely beautiful waterfall that attracts many admirers wishing to capture the perfect photograph. There are services available to abseil down the waterfall for those who are more adventurous. 9) Mae Ya Waterfall Ban Luang, Chom Thong District, Chiang Mai 50160 One of the tallest and most popular waterfalls in Thailand. There are plenty of viewing spots around the waterfall for photograph opportunities or to simply admire the beautiful view. The unique shape of the waterfall combined with stepping drops makes Mae Ya waterfall different from any other. 10) Mae Klang Waterfall Ban Luang, Chom Thong District, Chiang Mai 50160 087 976 7532 The lowest waterfall of DoiInthanon. A small but beautiful waterfall. Admire the view and capture photographs from the main deck. 11) Kew Mae Parn , Chomthong, Intanon Chom Thong 50160 A beautiful nature trail perfect for hiking. The trail is approximately 3.5km long. The trail is well maintained which makes a pleasant hike with amazing views. 12) Inthanon Peak At 2,565 meters above sea level, DoiInthanon is the highest mountain in Thailand. The views from the Inthanon peak are amazing. From the peak you can admire the natural beauty of the valleys and jungles.