Explore the most popular wild flowers trails in Thailand with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Aug 2018. We were unsuccessful in going on this track. There is a sign at the beginning of the trail that indicates only authorised people should go on the track. Then when we asked the lady at the Golden Buddha about the track, she told us there was no track. We started up it to have a bit of a look then one of the children brushed up against a fuzzy caterpillar and amidst yells of pain, that was the end of the walk.

I did much longer, 10 km more. You can many paths . some of them disappear, so you need to use GPS constantly. make more interesting

Nice route for a bike ride.

Really enjoyed this one. The forest is very scenic all the way and the views are so beautiful. We turned left earlier at Sai Yoi falls sign. The trail there is rather steep but doable and it's totally worth it because of seeing the waterfalls and skipping most of the hike along the highway.

We had a great time hiking this trail. At the hill tribe village we enjoyed coffee and a meal with terrific views. We had trouble finding the trail beyond the village & didn't want to disturb anyone by walking through their backyard so we backtracked, took a side trail, & rejoined the loop. Instead of hiking the last 3 km on the road, we continued down the mountain and ended on the Pilgrim Trail. There were a lot of amazing things to see along the stream on this last part.

road biking
6 months ago

There are paved roads with a decently marked bike lane pretty much the whole way from the pier into the park. The park itself is lovely and very quiet as cars and motos are not allowed inside the park.

Awesome route, totally unique in Bangkok!

This is a trip worth taking.
You’ll experience Bangkok in ways most don’t see.
Feels like your in a remote village but somehow still in the heart of Bangkok.

hiking
Thursday, February 09, 2017

If you happen to be in north Thailand, take the time to visit Doi Inthanon National Park. The drive from Chiang Mai is not far, and is quite scenic. Doi Inthanon is the highest point in Thailand. As implausible as this might sound, make sure to take a jacket with you, as it can get quite chilly at the top during certain times of the year. There are several different hikes that you can do in this area. There are some trails through the jungle, and there are some nice trails through magnificient flower gardens. The views are some of the best you will find in Thailand.

hiking
6 months ago

hiking
7 months ago

hiking
Saturday, November 05, 2016

paddle sports
Saturday, October 15, 2016