Doi Ang Khang, Fang
Doi Ang Khang offers a unique and diverse experience for visitors. Established as the first station of the Royal Project, a foundation founded by His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej, the station is dedicated to researching and demonstrating ways to improve the living standards of underprivileged hill tribes.
The area offers stunning views and pleasant weather all year round, with the best time to visit being November to January when the temperature reaches its coldest. Visitors can explore the various attractions, such as the Bonsai Garden, featuring herb trees from all over the world, or the Kiew Lom View Point, where you can soak in the breathtaking sunrise and sea of fog.
Take a trip to the nearby Mu Ban Khum, a small community of Burmese, Hwa, and Thai Yai, for souvenir shopping and exotic meals. Visit Mu Ban No Lae for a glimpse into the traditional living of the Thai-Burma border or Mu Ban Khop Dong to experience the simplicity and culture of the local Lahu hill tribes.
For those looking for outdoor activities, the Ang Khang Natural Resort offers a wide range of adventurous options. Take a natural study trekking of 2 kms along the dazzling waterfalls where wonderful bold-flowered Rhododendrom will greet you. Explore the great outdoor expanse with the mountain bike from Ban Khim to Nolae and from Ban Luang to Ban Pha Daeng route. If you are a birdwatcher, don’t miss the bird watching at Mae Phoe forest station and the resort itself with more than 1,000 rare bird species awaiting you.
Accommodations are available at Ang Khang Natural Resort, where their endless list of adventurous activities will make you want to stay for more. Experience the unique culture and natural beauty of the Doi Ang Khang.
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