Mae Wang National Park
Mae Wang National Park
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Mark W
23 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2018 • Solo
Outstanding day trip. Make sure you go out the back exit. You will get lost and it is excellent. Remember, you always have the smartphone. If it doesn't get a signal. Just stop and ask anyone. Chiang Mai. U will find your way.
Written 15 July 2018
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Exmoorbeast
North Devon39 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2017 • Friends
Wonderful scenic views, long winding roads, cold with increasing altitude, biting midges at summit and many leeches at paths. Mist settled in at height until midday but different high altitude bird species such as mountain imperial pigeons, long tailed sibia, etc. Reasonable camping facilities and toilets at road end/summit but cold nights.
Written 7 December 2017
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MaeRimMountainbiker
mae rim63 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2015 • Family
Goidmorning TripAdvisor's friends.This week we made a trip from Mae Rim , into the Mae Wang Valley/river to the shortcut up to Doi Inthanon.Very nice steep winding trip, and off the main track to Doi Inthanon.Our first stop was at PTT gas station at Amazon for a coffee, after 1 hour drive.Not so far from the turn of to On Khan Canyon.After thus stop take the small inner roads to the four Boedha statues,and Ban Kat.Following the 1013 into the valley. Our next stop was at a resort/restaurant just after the first elephant camp,Plernmallee?hade our lunch,very good friendly English speaking staff.After lunch back on the iron hourse ,after 20 km if steep winding roads, turned left, direction Doi Inthanon,1284 road.also steep and winding for 30 km.Nice waterfall, Siriphum!!At the end of the road we turned left, back home to Chomtong/Mae Rim, but turn right and go to Doi Inthanon, Mae Charm 1263, nice alternative for a different kind of Mae Hong Son Loop.
Written 24 October 2015
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Dao1949
Chiang Mai, Thailand1,578 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2015 • Friends
We visited the Mae Wang river area with some friends and discovered a unique canyon area about 45 minutes driving south of Chiang Mai. The Mae Wang river canyon is located outside of the vilage of Mae Wang within the park area itself and is a haven for swimmers and rafting enthusiasts. there are many restaurants along the road side and each one has steep trails or stairways that lead down to picturesque spots along the river. Restaurants also use ingenious cable systems to deliver food and beverages down to the visitors that bath in the river canyon below. Long rafts created from large sections of Bamboo fastened together are one of the main attractions here. You can hire a boat to take you down the narrow rapids of the river dodging the boulders or you can try it yourself.

An Elephant camp is also located nearby and you can take rides up through the mountain jungels. Fantastic place and easily accessible from Chiang Mai.
Written 24 September 2015
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Stay173628
1 contribution
4.0 of 5 bubbles
The way to the park is really tough, but it is worth to make this trip ! Even my senior age mum didn't feel that tired to reach the top of the place!
Written 31 December 2014
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Sirimas M
Bangkok, Thailand39 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2013 • Friends
About five hours driving from Bangkok.There are bungalows at the headquarter site. The bungalows are clean, have private batherooms in some rooms.The bungalow back terrace faces a small stream where you can relax and sip cold drinks while watch for a Crested Kingfisher to fly past. The park headquarter has large open area and big trees -a good site for bird watching. The staff are friendly. There is a displaying board at the office on animals and plants found in the Park There is a small Thai restuarant on site with good food, but you may want to pre-order your meals. You can drive up to Chong Yen Viewpoint about 25+ Km. The view is spectacular and there's a chance to see some rare Hornbills.
There are small biting flies that may cause problems. Long sleeved shirt, long trousers, and shoes are strongly recommened.
Written 31 December 2013
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