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Via Joinusthai group - there were 13 of us excluding the guide and driver.
The highest peak in Thailand was underwhelming. There's a sign which says so but no views. There is an exhibit you walk through for nature views which was decent. We went...More
This is highest mountain in Thailand as over altitude 2,500m which was very very cold beginning of Dec. ‘2018.
It’s just 5 degree in the morning that need to wear overcoat, just wear T-shirt as going to be died surely.
Amazing views and lovely drive to the top but if you are going up on a moped wrap up! We rented a bike and went in shorts and flip flops and by the summit we were very very cold! We had to buy hot chocolate,...More
Available only during Nov-May. Very good scenery and quite an easy trail. Required some energy for some up hill walk though. Many special plants. Weather was perfect in Nov. Quite cool in the forest indeed but after walking we warmed up. Sign board at the...More
Booked a tour with Wonderful eco Tour and it was a great trip. There were 4 of us and we travelled around in a air conditioned car. Our tour guide Bee was informative throughout the trip and really looked after us. We went to the...More
I drove here on my 125cc Yamaha and had a great time doing so on the winding roads.
The entrance fee was 40B. There are two elevated pagodas which have escalators going up to each one (not down).
There are gardens around each pagoda that...More
The ride, in our own (rental) car, to the Doi Inthanon, with 2,565 meters the highest peak of Thailand was exciting and so was the weather change from 30 degree down to 13 degree on the top and we are talking about lunch time.
We decided to take a private driver (3200 Thb for the whole day), because we wanted to be at the summit for sunrise. We left Chiang Mai at 5 am and just arrived at the first view point of the Doi Inthanon mountain at 6:30...More
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It’s the tallest mountain in Thailand. The temperature can drop to zero degrees, especially so since you are visiting in November. I would advise you wear long pants and shoes that can withstand damp ground. You will need at... More
It’s the tallest mountain in Thailand. The temperature can drop to zero degrees, especially so since you are visiting in November. I would advise you wear long pants and shoes that can withstand damp ground. You will need at least a jacket.
The weather up in the mountain is unlike the city itself. There’s a big difference.