Doi Inthanon is known as the tallest mountain in Thailand at 2,565 metres. It is a popular tourist attraction known for its year-round cool weather, spectacular views, and diverse wildlife.
The main attraction of the park is the mountain’s summit with its breathtaking views, several waterfalls, nature trails, and two chedis dedicated to the King and Queen for their 60th birthday anniversaries. When you arrive in the parking area, you can hike a few hundred metres to reach the actual summit – a must if you want to watch the magnificent sunrise. For the sunset, the best viewpoint is over the west side of the park where the two chedis that are known as Phra Mahathat Naphamethanidon and Nophamethanidon are located. Take all the time you want – this attraction is a place that makes you one with nature.
Doi Inthanon is a mountain located in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Opening Days and Hours
The mountain can be accessed anytime but hikers are encouraged to conducts trips during the day.
Entry Fee and Bookings
Tours to Doi Inthanon starts at USD 25.
How to Get There
- Fly to Chiang Mai via AirAsia.
- While in the city centre, book a tour to Doi Inthanon.
Popularity and Best Time to Go
The best time to visit Doi Inthanon is between April and June.
- Waterfalls hopping
Ban Hom Doi Inthanon is the nearest dining spot to try. Food is often included in the tour package. Bring enough water and light eats for your hike.
- Wat Phra Sing
- Wat Chedi Luang
- Wat Suan Dok
- Chiang Mai Night Bazaar
Duangtawan Hotel, Furama, Dusit Princess, U Nimman and De Lanna Hotel are some of the accommodations to choose from while in Chiang Mai. Rates range from USD 30 to USD 80.