Mae Wang National Park
The Mae Wang National Park is a relatively mountainous and rocky park around 700 square kilometers covering Pa Mae Khan-Mae Wang, Pa Chomthong, and Pa Mae Cham. It’s home to rock formations, many waterfalls, and five different kinds of forests. Mae Wang National Park is one of Thailand’s most peaceful spots where you’ll get in touch with nature. Don’t miss out on visiting the extended Thai wildlife and taking a stroll into the forested parts of the national park.
Khun Wang Royal Project
Your trip to Mae Wang remains unfinished without visiting the beloved cherry blossom trees. Khun Wang is a popular tourist destination attracting many tourists to its world-famous Cherry Blossoms. You’ll find unequaled scenic beauty of full bloom in January or any of the Thai spring months. Khun Wang houses the Khun Wang Royal Agricultural Research Center and is the home to the wild Himalayan Cherry in abundance offering travelers a memorable sweet sight.
A small stunning waterfall deep within the Mae Wang National Park, the Mae Sapok delivers you an adventurous experience. You’ll find an iconic wooden bridge on the way to the Mae Sapok waterfall, and a small temple named the Wat Mae Sapok, which adds to the area’s beauty and serenity. Laid back on the great pools around the waterfall and relax.
Mae Wang Waterfall
Mae Wang Waterfall, part of the Mae Wang National Park, is a stop along the Mae Wang Loop in 20 m high and 10 m wide. Indulge in the awe-inspiring height of the waterfall and hike up to the top. Don’t miss out on swimming in a spot surrounded by many other waterfalls.
The Mae Wang Elephant Camp is a sanctuary for the elephants in the Mae Wang district and the best place for animal enthusiasts to see the gentle giant elephants from close. It’s home to hundreds of Asian elephants where you can take an elephant ride, or bathe them in the water holes, or even feed them. Take a stroll and trek around the camp, and enjoy the stunning landscapes. Don’t miss out on authentic Thai food cooked at the center for visitors.
River rafting is among one the not-to-miss activities on the Mae Wang River. The bamboo rafting on the crystal clear water delivers you a thrilling and exciting experience with nature.
The Wat Sapphanyu, a complex temple structure, is located in the heart of a heavily forested part of Northern Thailand and is renowned for its grandeur architecture and stunning views on top of the temple. It’s the home to four gigantic statues of Buddha. Walk up the stairs, or take a car or motorbike to approach the top.
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