Thursday, October 17, 2013

Doi Inthanon National Park - Park Waterfalls


Doi Inthanon National Park is Thailand’s highest mountain at 2,599 metres above sea level and is the foothills of the Himalayas, which ranges across Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar, and ends at Northern Thailand. The summit forest is an important source of water for the tributaries feeding the Mae Ping River. These Tributaries have cut the most amazing waterfalls, and a must see if you make it to Doi Inthanon National Park.


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 I have several blogs covering my experiences in the park, all full of awesome photos for you to enjoy!

  1. Sunrise and Sunset on the Mountain
  2. Birds of Doi Inthanon
  3. Flowers of the Park
  4. Nature trails of the park
  5. King and Queen Chedis




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