Thailand's highest mountain (2,565 metres).
The lovely Wachirathan, Siriphum and Mae Pan waterfalls share
the mountain with Meo and Karen hilltribe settlements. Forest
above 1,800 metres is covered with lichens and wild orchids.
Phra That Doi Suthep
This temple is Chiang Mai's most
inportant and visible landmark, and overlooks the city from
its forested mountain backdrop
Locate at Ban Pin, 50 hot springs
occupy a 10-acre forest setting.Three boil continuously with
a strong smell of sulphur. Water temperatures at the springs
range from 90 to 100 degrees Celsius
It is 60 meters high and flows
into Maeklang River and finally joins.
There are riverside enclaves north
of Chiang Mai Which feature daily show of elrphants at work
resorts, with accommodation and dining facilities, Some occupy
hillsides, others secluded valleys.