Top 10 Thailand natural wonders (part 2)

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Thailand is one of the world’s most beautiful countries, having spectacular natural and cultural attractions. There are wonderful holiday destinations for all the preferences. If you are a nature-lover, Thailand can be the perfect choice as your holiday destination. There are amazing landscapes in this country. From mountains to seas, from lakes to rivers, from national parks to beaches and islands, Thailand has it all! If you decide to spend your vacation in this amazing country, make sure to visit at least a few of the following natural wonders. You surely won’t be disappointed!

>> Top 10 natural wonder of thailand (part 1)

Doi Inthanon National Park

Part of the Himalayan mountain range, Doi Inthanon is Thailand’s tallest peak at 2,565 metres above the sea level. Doi Inthanon National Park covers an area of 482.4 square kilometers in three districts of Chiang Mai province. Cool climate lovers should visit the park during December to February, which is winter and you also get a chance to see the blossom of Siamese sakura flowers all over the area.

Phu Hin Rong Kla National Park via the Nation

Tham Kaew Komon (Kaew Komon cave)

Kaew Komon Cave Forest Park is a calcite cave. It was discovered by Mae Hong Son official engineering. The cave wall are laminated with crystal of calcite. It is the only one calcite cave in Southeast Asia. The glittering calcite shines sparklingly in the cave walls, making it looks like shade of clear ice. The cave is located 5 km. from Mae la Noi market.

Maenam Song Si

Located in Khong Chiam District or about 84 kilometers from the town, Maenam Song Si is the two-colored river or the Mun Rivers alluvium which is the spot where the brown of Mekong River and the blue of Mun River are joined. Boats are available at Khong Chiam for visitors to sailing around the alluvium.

Koh Phi Phi

Home to the world’s famous Maya Bay, a heavenly beach featured in The Beach movie, Phi Phi Le Island is entirely embraced by limestone mountains karsts, which help conserve its natural beauty. Its other two peaceful beaches that are close enough to talk a walk are Lo Sama Bay, a small shallow-water-corals-gilded bay, and a giant, mountain-encircled Pi Le Bay. The latter beach provides a great snorkeling site along the limestone cliff called “Pi Le Wall” where visitors can indulge in an extraordinary underwater experience, discovering giant sea fans and coastal creatures.

Though being a world-class holiday spot all year round, it is best to drop by the island during November-April so that you can enjoy most visitors’ all-time favorite activities like scuba diving and snorkeling.

Koh Phi Phi via travel 24h

Phu Hin Rong Kla National Park

Phu Hin Rong Kla National Park covers an area of 191,875 rai or 76,750 acres of land, located 130 kilometers from Phitsanulok town center. The park has many different terrains including waterfalls, lush forests, and plains of rocks with the highest point in the park at 1,617 meters above sea level. There are different types of rock formations with splits in the rocky grounds and uneven formations. The park offers the opportunity to explore many of its historical sites that staged the conflict of two political parties. During 1967-1982, Phu Hin Rong Kla was the headquarters of the Communist Party of Thailand. The area was deemed a red zone by the government and became a battlefield between the Royal Thai Army and the Communist Party for 15 years. Phu Hin Rong Kla was a strategic location due to its mountainous areas which were great for defenses. The conflict ended in 1982 when the government granted amnesty to the students who join the Communist Party of Thailand, resulting in Phu Hin Rong Kla becoming a national park in 1984. Visitors are able to witness the rustic meeting hall, political school, and the administration building. A trail leading to Lan Hin Pum contains rock formations where Communist Party students used them as shelter from air bombing. The nearby headquarters is now a museum that exhibits weapons and medical instruments used by the Communist Party members. Another trail leads to Pha Chu Thong where the Communist Party’s red victory flag is situated. Tourists and visitors may stay overnight with accommodations and tents available but you are advised to make reservations.

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