Explore Mae Wang & Doi Inthanon

Mae Wang National Park and Doi Inthanon National Park contain a lot of wonders for all tastes. The lush mountain forest and beautiful Mae Wang River offer many possibilities for excursions, please find our selection below.

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Doi Inthanon

Doi Inthanon National Park, home to Thailand’s highest peak rising 2,565 metres above sea level, offers a lot of tourist hotspots. The twin pagodas, the lush forest, the impressive waterfalls and hill tribes are the ingredients of a wonderful day. Check out the details of this excursion.

Wat Luang Khun Win

This wonderful 800 years old forest temple. It takes 45 minutes drive in four-wheel to reach it. You can book a driver with us or check our one day excursion.

Pha Chor

A wonder of nature also called Chiang Mai Grand Canyon. This 30 meters high cliffs were formed millions of years ago by the Ping River. It’s the way from Chiang Mai to Tawan Riverside.

Mae Wang National Park

Big Buddha

Impressive Buddha with a great view on the surrounding mountain range and the villages below. The road to get here is steep and narrow but worth a visit.

Khun Wang
Royal Project

Various activities have been installed by the Royal Project that has given villagers profitable work and a better livelihood. The place is popular during the Sakura blooming in January.

Mae Wang Waterfall

With stream all year long, it’s a nice place to cool down, especially during the hot season. Park at Wat Tam Doi Toan and walk 10 min to reach the waterfall.

Mae Sapok Waterfall

Beautiful waterfall during the rainy season and winter. Park at Sapok Royal Project Office and walk 15 min on a nice path.

Bamboo Rafting

Mae Wang River is the perfect spot for a trip in bamboo rafting. You’ll enjoy the lush nature on a shallow river. You can book with us a 40 min ride with a driver, just let us know when you get here.

Bamboo rafting with “driver” is 500 Baht per boat (up to 3 people)

Ganesha Himal Museum

A charming place with a museum but also a temple and the possibility to wear Indian clothes.


There are a lot of trekking options for all levels. We can organise for you a one day excursion but if you prefer to do it by yourself you can use the application AllTrails. You will need your own means of transport.