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Entry Fee : THB 50
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Doi Ang Khang is the perfect mountain getaway for those looking for adventure and relaxation rolled into one. Since it is known for its natural beauty, there are opportunities for hiking, nature trails, birdwatching and mountain biking. Many tourist attractions such as the Bonsai Garden, Kiu Lom Viewpoint, and the Royal Agricultural Station are situated here, for visitors to enjoy a tryst with nature.
Nestled in Fang District of Chiang Mai Province, Doi Ang Khang cradles between the borders of Burma and Thailand. This magical yet hidden destination sits on a spread of 310 hectares (766 acres). Doi Ang Khang also houses another famous peak which stands at the height of 6,325 feet high.
A cluster of valleys and peaks would lead towards the tribal life by the hill, which was once home to many tribes including Lisu, Lahu, Palong, and Hmong, over ten decades ago. The villagers here still adorn the traditional tribal costumes and reside in one of the many bamboo stilt houses lined along the path. Although this remote destination is unknown to many visitors across the globe, it is still widely popular among Thai visitors.