an abundance of mountains, forests, streams and valleys, Chiang
Mai province has much to offer in the way of nature and natural
attractions. An almost countless number of waterfalls, caves,
mountain peaks and national parks can be found on the provincial
capital's immediate doorstep or within a very reasonable distance
from the city center. Each year, an ever-increasing number
of visitors come to Chiang Mai province in search of the natural
environment preserved in the national parks.
Inthanon National Park
Inthanon is unquestionably the best and most famous National
Park in Chiang Mai province. It is home to over three hundred
species of birds as well as being home to the highest mountain
Op Luang National Park
memorable scenery and a spectacular teak tree lined ravine
make this National Park a popular favorite among visitors
to the province.
Doi Ang Khang
mountaintop research station was set up in 1969 under the
patronage of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej.
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