File photo : Doi Inthanon National Park

National park e-ticket suspension draws criticism

The decision, by the National Park, Wildlife and Plant Conservation Department, to suspend e-ticketing for tourists visiting six national parks from today is being criticised as untimely and poorly planned….

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Embracing rural tranquillity: A farmstay in Mae Chaem provides an idyllic escape amidst terraced rice paddies.//Photo by Kowit Farmstay

Mae Chaem: The Tranquil Side of Doi Inthanon

Tucked away on the flank of Doi Inthanon mountain in Northern Thailand, Mae Chaem is a concealed treasure awaiting discovery by discerning travellers seeking respite from the bustling crowds typical…

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Kew Mae Pan is perfect for experiencing a breathtaking sunrise, as it offers stunning views from above the misty valley.//Photo by National Park Department

Walking on the Roof of Thailand

Kew Mae Pan in Chiang Mai province, considered as one of Thailand’s best scenic natural trails, has finally reopened to the public after undergoing five months of rehabilitation. Nature enthusiasts…

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Tourists return to Thailand’s chilly natural attractions

Tourists are flocking to embrace the cool breezes and the beautiful sunrises at the Phu Ruea National Park viewpoint, in Thailand’s northern province of Loei, as temperatures fall to just…

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Doi Inthanon National Park to reopen to visitors on Wednesday

Chiang Mai’s Doi Inthanon National Park, Thailand’s highest peak, will reopen to visitors this Wednesday, for the first time in several months. Visitors are attracted by the cool breezes and…

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Doi Inthanon records minus zero temperature for first time this year

The country’s highest mountain peak, Doi Inthanon in Chom Thong district of the northern province of Chiang Mai recorded -1 degree Celsius for the first this year on Wednesday morning,…

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First frost of the year revisits Doi Inthanon mountain peak

The first frost of this year was reported this morning at 6 am on top of Doi Inthanon – Thailand’s highest and one of the most famous peaks in Chiang…

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Phu Kradueng National Park

Tourism season starts with early arrival of cold weather in Chiang Mai

Cold weather has arrived in Chiang Mai with temperature on top of Doi Inthanon, the highest mountain peak, measured at 6 degree Celsius on Friday – down from 11 degree…

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