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Half Day Trip in Chiang Mai

Free for SKIMA 2013 participant
Elephant Show at Mae Sa Elephant Camp

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Thailand’s temples have a subtle and enticing blend of the exotic and the spiritual. They are of course places of prayer and meditation, but they are also some of the most beautiful places you might ever visit.

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The geographical features of the National Park consists of high mountains, including Doi Inthanon, which is the highest mountaintop in Thailand (2,565 meters above the sea level), followed by Doi Huamodluang (2,330 meters above the sea level). Doi Inthanon is the source of many rivers including Mae Klang, Mae Pakong, Mae Pon, Mae Hoi, Mae Ya, Mae Chaem, Mae Khan, and being part of Ping River, where the Bhumipol Dam is situated and generating the electrical power.

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Doi-pui (1500 metres above sea level) is only about an hour and a half drive from the city or approximately 40 minutes further up the mountain beyond Wat Doi Suthep. 

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Record as the Second Bridge to cross Ping river. the first bridge was the wood bridge that link with Ton LamYai market and Ketkaram Temple. 

This is well-known bridge to native people because it connects to the main road (Ta-Pae road) which leads to the center of the city. It is also considered as the path to Chiang Mai main gate way in the ancient time too. 

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The Huay Kaew Waterfall is one of my favourite attractions in Chiang Mai. The fact that it is free to visit makes it the best choice for waterfalls in Chiang Mai. Most of the other waterfalls are located in national parks, and there is an entry fee of 200THB. The Huay Kaew Waterfall is popular with locals as it is close to the city, and it doesn't cost anything to enter. On a nice sunny day you can expect to see families or couples enjoying the piece and quiet and breathtaking views. Some people will sit and enjoy a few beers, relax and enjoy the scenery, others will hike up to the top of the falls and enjoy the view overlooking the city.

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