Category Archives: Thailand Green Travel

Thi Lo Su Waterfall

The hidden giant TAK PROVINCE. A weekend at Thi Lo Su may make you come home drained of energy, but with piles of spectacular photos and fun memories. Visitors must steel themselves right from the start. The ‘Sky Highway 1090’ winds from Mae Sot to Umphang through a mountainous region inhabited by hill tribes. … Continue reading

Doi Pha Klong

A geological feast PHRAE PROVINCE. Doi Pha Klong National Park may not be the greenest place to visit. Those that do will not be protected from the sun by a lush canopy, and their skin will become sticky from humidity. The geography here is comprised mostly of limestone and dry evergreen forests of thorny trees … Continue reading

Doi Phu Kha

Botanist’s paradise NAN PROVINCE. Doi Phu Kha National Park is a great destination for those wanting to combine laid-back relaxation with moderate exploration of nature. Visitors will notice that the landscape has been groomed and altered to receive guests. That said, it does not mean they will not get a high dose of nature within … Continue reading

Doi Chiang Dao

The guardian spirits of Chiang CHIANG MAI PROVINCE. Chiang Dao was in the media limelight during 2003, when the government came up with a plan to builzd a cable car to the peak to boost tourism. The proposal met with unprecedented and widespread protest from both locals and environmental activists. Fortunately, the plan was not … Continue reading

Doi Inthanon

The rooftop of Thailand CHIANG MAI PROVINCE. Here are a few of the many reasons why one should visit Doi Inthanon National Park: the eponymous peak is the highest in Thailand; the Park includes 1,274 plant species, 90 of which are orchids (31 of which are found uniquely there); and the area is home to … Continue reading