Doi Inthanon National Park
Doi Inthanon National ParkThe so-called “roof of Thailand”, Doi Inthanon National Park is dominated by its eponymous peak: At 8,400 feet, it's the highest mountain in the country. Scaling it is a must for many visitors, and the view is well worth climbing for—and the nearly 300 square miles of national park are home to the largest variety of bird species in the country. Follow hiking trails through thick jungle to idyllic clearings and crystalline waterfalls. Highlights of the park include Wachirathan Falls, a beautiful cascade that flows down a granite escarpment, and Mae Klang Luang waterfall, which benefits from a relatively easy accessibility that makes it a big favorite for day trips.