Thailand’s recent three-day weekend encouraged tourists to explore some of the country’s most breathtaking natural sites. According to officials stationed in Chiang Mai, more than 10,000 individuals traveled to Doi Inthanon, the highest mountain peak in Thailand. In addition to these natural landmarks, tourists also visited several others. A tourism operator in the western province of Kanchanaburi reported that the inflow of tourists during the long weekend in the Sangkhla Buri region earned more than 30 million baht in revenue for their enterprise. During the warmer months, the region is renowned for its foggy landscape. The viewpoint at Lam Ta Kong, which is located in Khao Yai National Park, was yet another popular weekend excursion.

According to an article in The Bangkok Post, the scenic viewpoint’s campgrounds were full with people who planned to spend the night there. The manager of the protected area said that all available accommodations, including those near the viewpoint, had been reserved for the holiday weekend. Khao Yai is the site of the country’s first national park. The astonishing variety of plant and animal life in Khao Yai National Park has contributed to its designation as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The park contains a variety of hotels that are excellent for “glamping,” sometimes known as “luxury camping,” in the midst of the park’s breathtaking natural beauty. Doi Inthanon, the highest mountain peak in Thailand, is located near Chiang Mai and is a favorite camping location for nature enthusiasts. The elevation of Doi Inthanon is 2,565 meters above mean sea level. The Sangkhla Buri area of Kanchanaburi contains a lot of stunning attractions, notably its “underwater temple.” If you appreciate the outdoors and want to get away for the upcoming long weekend, any of these three locales could be a great choice.

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