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Pa Pae Hot Spring, also called Pong Nam Duet, are natural hot springs that were discovered in the year 1957. The springs are very well maintained and are one of the most visited by tourists. The springs have about 60C te...
Si Lanna National Park is hugged by the valleys and a mountain chain that lies from north to south. It is the source of the Mae Ngad reservoir. The water coming from the southwest part of the brooks rushes down to the Ma...
This is one of the less popular falls in the area but would be interesting to see for its stair-like unusual limestone face which is safe to climb. The water comes directly from a spring above the falls and cascades over...
Huai Nam Dang National Park is positioned on top of the crest of hills and the same range as Chiang Dao mountain range. The highest peak, Doi Chang, at 1,962 metres above sea level, is the source of main streams which fl...
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