Dare you to conquer trekking in Thailand


Dare you to conquer trekking in Thailand

If you are an adventurous person, stay active, challenging, nature photographer and wanna be the conqueror. Please follow this blog to find where should you travel to Thailand. 

#Doi Luang Chiang Dao, Chiang Mai

Doi Luang Chiang Dao is 2,225 meters height. It is the 3rd highest mountain in Thailand. It is located in Chiang Mai province. When you arrive at the highest point of this mountain, you can see a sunrise in the morning and smoke covering mountains. And in the middle of the night, if you bring your camera you can have a shot of Milky Way among the darkness. Lots of thousands of stars meanwhile camping with your couple. Think about how romantic it is?

Get to know before visiting

  • Duration to visit is 1st November – 31st March
  • The proper time to stay should be 3 days 2 nights
  • Maximum capacity is 150 persons
  • Should send mail to inform the staffs before visiting at least 2 weeks
  • No facilities above. You must prepare yourself
  • No electricity
  • No restaurant
  • Bring back your junks


(Photo by Theerasak Saksritawee)


#Samet Nang She, Phang Nga

Samet nang she is located in Phang nga, south of Thailand. It is a new tourist attraction that opens for the public. This is the place where you can see the most beautiful sunrise in Phang nga and thousands of stars all the night.

Get to know before visiting

  • No alcohol
  • Bring back your junks before leaving
  • Don’t make loud
  • There is a tent for rental, 400 baht/tent (2 persons) breakfast is included
  • The proper time to visit is all over the year

(Photo by Theerasak Saksritawee)


#Phu Kradueng, Loei

They say “As the distance tests a horse’s strength, so does time reveal a person’s real character” this idiom can be true when you come to this place with the couple. Phu Kradueng is located in Loei province, northeast of Thailand. It is 1,316 meters height and takes around 6 hours to climb up to the view point. Here is the most well-known trekking place for Thai people with fully facilities at the camp.

Get to know before visiting

  • It opens every 1 October – 31 May every year
  • You can follow the staff from 7 a.m. until 2 p.m.
  • The electricity there will turn off after 10 p.m.
  • Bring the sweater, flashlight

(Photo by หมาป่าเดียวดาย บนยอดดอย)


#Phu Soi Dao, Uttaradit 

Phu Soi Dao is located in the middle of 2 provinces, Uttaradit and Phitsanulok. This is a protected area and it was established as Thailand’s 109th national park in 2008. This charming park is full of nature from the first step in the park.

Get to now before Trekking

  • No electricity. No telephone sign
  • No restaurant above
  • Personal medicines should always be with you
  • Bring raincoat and sweater
  • Proper time to visit is 3 days 2 nights

(Photo by เลิฟทริป lovetripz.com)

Those above are some cool places to challenge yourself! Hope you enjoy reading this blog. Wish you would have free time to nail them all. 


Author by Junior Land Field

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