On Doi Inthanon, tourists usually only get to see the scenic landscape of Kew Mae Pan. But if you just follow the stream a little further, there is much more to explore.
"Mae Pan is actually the name of the watershed area. Kew Mae Pan is just the beginning," forest ranger Soonthorn Sithiruang said.
"At the northwestern end of Kew Mae Pan forest, you can see a tiny water source only a metre in diameter."
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