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Mae Ngao National Park

Mae Ngao National Park

Mae Ngao National Park comprises high mountains which are the source of many rivers flowing into the Salween River of Myanmar. The waterway system within this national park is akin to the pattern of a tree, consisting of...

Local Destinations > Rivers, Waterfalls & Reservoirs Sop Moei,
Mae Hong Son

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Mae Wa National Park

Mae Wa National Park

Mae Wa National Park generally consists of complicatedly high mountains. The north part consists of towering and steep mountains while the middle and south portion consist of a mountain range with vast plain areas at the...

Local Destinations > Rivers, Waterfalls & Reservoirs Thoen,
Lampang

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Mae Ping National Park

Mae Ping National Park

Mae Ping National Park consists mainly of a mountain range with an average height of 900 metres above sea level, with an abundance of stream headwaters along the hills, for example Huai Mae Had, Huai Mae Ko, Huai Pong Ka...

Local Destinations > Rivers, Waterfalls & Reservoirs Li,
Lamphun

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Lam Nam Kok National Park

Lam Nam Kok National Park

Lam Nam Kok National Park has steeply-sloped mountains alternating with narrow plain. The main mountain ridges are Doi Yao, Doi Bo, Doi Chang and Doi Pha Mup. Maenam Kok is the major river in this area, which originates ...

Local Destinations > Rivers, Waterfalls & Reservoirs Muang Chiang Rai,
Chiang Rai

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Khlong Lan National Park

Khlong Lan National Park

Khlong Lan National Park is a rugged and hilly terrain covered by fertile forest. Each mountain connects to Khun Klong Lan, the highest point which is 1,439 metres from sea level.

Local Destinations > Rivers, Waterfalls & Reservoirs Khlong Lan,
Kamphaeng Phet

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Doi Chong National Park

Doi Chong National Park

Doi Chong National Park consists of small and large peaks extending from the north to the southwest of the area. Many gullies flowing into Wang River originate from these mountains. The Wang River is the main river of La...

Local Destinations > Rivers, Waterfalls & Reservoirs Sop Prap,
Lampang

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Ob Luang National Park

Ob Luang National Park

Ob Luang National Park shares an extensive, north-south mountain range with Doi Inthanon, the highest mountain of Thailand.

Local Destinations > Rivers, Waterfalls & Reservoirs Hot,
Chiang Mai

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Op Khan National Park

Op Khan National Park

Op Khan National Park: High and low mountains extend to form the range in the area of Mae Chaem district, Chiang Mai province. Yod Khun Tien is the highest peak in this national park, at 1,550 metres, closely followed by...

Local Destinations > Rivers, Waterfalls & Reservoirs Hang Dong,
Chiang Mai

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Khun Chae National Park

Khun Chae National Park

Khun Chae National Park is atop the exposed base rock of igneous and sedimentary formations. Most of the park is covered with granite, an igneous rock widespread in northern Thailand. The topography of Khun Chae is very ...

Local Destinations > Rivers, Waterfalls & Reservoirs Wiang Pa Pao,
Chiang Rai

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Mae Tho National Park

Mae Tho National Park

Mae Tho National Park encompasses steep mountains (400 - 1,699 metres above mean sea level), extending northwards in the same range of Doi Inthanon. Mountains in the northern part of the area are about 20%-40% more steep...

Local Destinations > Rivers, Waterfalls & Reservoirs Hot,
Chiang Mai

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