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High mountains, extending northwards, make up the shape of a T. The altitude of the National Park ranges from 300-1,752 metres. Doi-Ji is the highest mountaintop (1,752 metres). Three basins originate from the mountains ...
This waterfall is about 26 kilometres from the provincial seat on the road to Pai district. The large fall has its source in Myanmar and runs full during the late rainy season (August-September). Along the river that r...
Namtok Pha Suea National Park is comprised of steep mountain formations with Doi Lan as the highest mountaintop of the National Park (1,918 metres above sea level). The north and the west of the National Park reaches Mya...
The geological structures of the national park consist of towering mountains, mixed forests, teak plantations and reclaimed areas. Major formations include Doi Kewlom (1,202 metres high), followed by Doi Sanklang (1,022 ...
This place is one of the most popular tourists spots in Lamae District. It is in Moo 2, Tambon Suan Taeng, 7 kilometres away from the district centre along Highway 41. There are three hot spas here at the foot of the mou...
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