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Chiang Mai mountains introduce two new camping facilities


Two new camping grounds are now open and ready to receive visitors in the mountains around Chiang Mai. The Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation says the Sui Tang and Doi Lang camping grounds are now open and ready for customers.

The Nation reports that Sui Tang is located in the district of Chai Prakan, at an altitude of around 1,395 metres, with the Doi Lang camp ground in Mae Ai district located at the higher altitude of 1,720 metres. Both campsites are part of Doi Fha Hom Pok National Park, Thailand’s northernmost national park.

Both Sui Tang and Doi Lang boast full camping facilities, including bathrooms, toilets and car parking. Each site can accommodate up to 150 visitors, who can then use the new camping facilities as a base for treks to the top of Doi Ang Khang mountain, indulge in some bird-watching on specially designated trails, as well as taking in the spectacular sunrise and sunset views.

In addition to the beautiful fog views in the winter mornings, there is also the Mon Son viewpoint, Strawberry Plantation, and Tea Plantation 2000. For information, call 052 080 801, 084 4834689.

SOURCE: The Nation

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