Pai, Mae Hong Son Province’s famous attractions. Land of the mountains title ‘Heaven on Earth’ There are a variety of natural attractions for the traveler who loves nature. The people who has been there are impression and have come again several times. The charm of Pai is well known to tourists from around the world and Pai didn’t cease to be a source of new natural attractions which are beautiful and interesting to meet the needs of travelers who seek and love nature.
‘Doi Miang ‘ดอยเมี่ยง which is located in the Royal’ s forest project ‘Doi Kiew Lom’ดอยกิ่วลม covers an area of over 800 hectares of steep mountain forest complex with an average height of about 1600 meters above sea level. The area is rich rainforest and natural wonders of the forest. There are various types of important plants such as pine and teak wood. The Pai prepared to turn sight on this. There have been improvements in forest restoration and improved router for travelers who love nature to appreciate the beauty of nature comfortably.
‘Doi Miang ‘ ดอยเมี่ยง the beautiful natural feature and scenic spots to watch the pleasant atmosphere overlooking Pai has a beautiful Panasonic view with cold weather all year round, even during the summer or rainy season. The lowest temperature down to 3 degrees Celsius and up to 19 degrees Celsius visible mist at dawn and sunrise over the beautiful town of Pai. It also creates a space for electricity power with solar cells for use in the area and to facilitate the introduction for visitors as well.
‘Doi Miang ‘ดอยเมี่ยง about 20 kilometers away from the town of Pai traveling during the rainy season is quite difficult. The muddy gravel path down the mountain, combined with the steep and crooked tracks. The Tung Yao is with the department of rural roads in carrying out the construction of temporary road a distance of 6 km. to facilitate the tourists. It is expected to be completed on time of the Last year (2014).just a short distance because of the route remains the most serious that a car will go up. However, for safety you should use the services of an officer to drive up and also you can ride a bike then it relies heavily on the foot which is hiking conquer the peak. The top of the mountain is named ‘Doi SudTa’ ดอยสุดตา with a height of 1624 meters, overlooking the town of Pai covers all areas. Mist in the morning to watch during the winter rainy season. This can be seen from the viewpoint of Pai near Wat Phra That Mae Yen, as small as ants.
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