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Located in Chiang Mai Province, Doi Inthanon National Park encompasses the highest mountain In Thailand, Doi Inthanon, as well as several lesser summits. The doi (mountain) is largely a granite batholith intruding a southerly extension of the Shan Hills range and forming the divide between the Nam Mae Ping river to the east and the Nam Mae Chaem river to the west. Lower elevations in the most easterly pant of the park are limestone formations and contain a number of caves.

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A Guide to Doi Inthanon National Park (Chiang Mai, Thailand

Thailand Travel Tips l A Guide to Doi Inthanon National Park, highest mountain in Thailand l @tbproject

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A Guide to Doi Inthanon National Park (Chiang Mai, Thailand

Thailand Travel Tips l A Guide to Doi Inthanon National Park, highest mountain in Thailand l @tbproject

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Everything You Need to Know About Camping in Doi Inthanon National Park

looking at interesting things to do in Chiang Mai? Here is everything you need to know about camping in Doi Inthanon National Park

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Doi Inthanon: DIY Day Trip Itinerary

Thailand Travel tipsl Day Trip Itinerary to Doi Inthanon National Park in Chiang Mai, Thailand l @tbproject

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With many waterfalls, mountains and ecological diversity, the spot attracts many visitors. Doi Inthanon is m ft) high and is the highest mountain in Thailand. Overall elevation varies, which has effect on the unequal climate.

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Located in Chiang Mai Province, Doi Inthanon National Park encompasses the highest mountain In Thailand, Doi Inthanon, as well as several lesser summits. The doi (mountain) is largely a granite batholith intruding a southerly extension of the Shan Hills range and forming the divide between the Nam Mae Ping river to the east and the Nam Mae Chaem river to the west. Lower elevations in the most easterly pant of the park are limestone formations and contain a number of caves.

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