Doi Inthanon National Park is the highest point in all of Thailand.


This is the entrance of the short trail to get to the highest point in Thailand.


The weather is chilly and there are tons of flowers and is a great place to enjoy nature without the heat.


There are signs around the area to help you navigate.


On the way up to the highest point, there is a memorial shrine for King Inthanon which many people bring flowers to.


Take some pictures as you stand 25 653 341 meters above sea level.


The temperature there fluctuates at around 9 to 15 degrees so you are encouraged to wear long pants and bring along a jacket.


If you get hungry or thirsty, fret not because there is a little cafe located right outside the exit of the short trail.

Doi Inthanon National Park – Pagodas for the King and Queen


These 2 pagodas were built for the King and Queen’s 60th birthdays.

The King’s pagoda is brown and Queen’s is purple in colour. Here is what they look like.





There are also flower gardens beside each pagoda which are really beautiful.




Be sure to enjoy the breathtaking view and take tons of pictures there.

Doi Inthanon National Park – Wachirathan Waterfall

Wachirathan Waterfall is a must go.

Waterfalls  are something I always look for in every trip. They are always so mesmerizing and a great reminder that there is natural beauty in this world. Amidst the hustle and bustle of a fast-paced city like Singapore, I think it’s important to take a step back once in a while to admire something as special as a waterfall.

Doi Inthanon National Park – Local Tribal  Market

Here is what you can expect to see  at the hill tribe market.


The tribal market started as an initiative by the royal project to help provide for the tribes by giving them an outlet to sell their produce. Dried fruits and nuts are the best sellers at this market and you can try them before making your purchase. They were really friendly and it made the shopping experience easy and pretty wonderful.

[Chiang Mai] Doi Inthanon National Park