Khun Chae National Park
Wiang Pa Pao District, Chiang Rai, Thailand
About Khun Chae National Park
Khun Jae national park is established in 1995. The park is consisting of various wildlife and natural sight-seeing. Mae Tho Waterfalls is a 7 steps waterfall, it takes about 2 hours to explore all 7 steps. Khun Jae Waterfall receives its name according to the park itself. Khun Jae Waterfalls is a 6 step waterfall, near the waterfall there is an area where you can do a picnic. Doi Mod has a vast variety of wild plants. The area is covered in rainforest. Doi Lanka is the 5th highest mountain in Th
Attractions near Khun Chae National Park
Wat Pa Sak, 'The Teak Forest Monastery' owes its name to the teak trees which still stand along the perimeter of Chiang Saen's city walls, which are located just a few hundred meters from this monastery. Its principal item of interest is a brick and stucco chedi dating from around 1319 . Apart from the chedi, the ruins of an ubosot with several standing stone columns can be found in front of the chedi. There are also scattered stone foundations of indeterminate purpose in the fields surrounding
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Wat Si Khom Kham is a temple located in the centre of Mueang Phayao by Kwan Phayao. It is a 3rd class royal temple and selected model of a developed one. Local people call it “Wat Phrachao Ton Luang”, after the largest Buddha image in the Chiang Saen style of art in the Lanna Thai Kingdom.
Beyond the concrete jungle of Chiang Mai, Thailand, lies an entirely different jungle. A real jungle where lush, tree-covered mountains are home to numerous species of animals. Within this jungle is a special place — Elephant Nature Park (ENP). Unlike other tourist outfits in Thailand, ENP delivers something unique — a chance to interact with elephants without exploiting them.
Chiang Mai Night Bazaar or just Night Bazaar is directly east of the city moat, between it and the Ping River, on Chang Khlan Road, between Tha Phae and Sridonchai Roads. It is known for its handicrafts and portrait paintings. There are also jewelry, toys, clothing, and high tech items such as CDs and DVDs. The market is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Chiang Mai.
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