Northern of Thailand Travel Guide Information

The north is rich in natural attractions, including mountains, caves, forests, valleys, large and small, waterfalls and lakes. The northern region has approximately 170,000 square kilometers. The temperature in the mountains is quite cool and suitable for the cultivation of temperate plants It is also one of the attractions that attract tourists who want to escape the heat from the big city and the main tourist attraction of this region is nature that comes with a variety of tourism activities such as adventure travel such as rafting, trekking, elephant trekking, which is a peaceful and relaxing activity with nature experience. In addition, the northern region is also an important destination for sporting activities such as golf and cricket.

The northern region is a gateway to neighboring Laos and Burma and is home to various hill tribes such as Muser, Yao, Hmong, Akha and Karen. Living source Since ancestors as well as northern region was originally the capital of Thailand and people have inherited the cultural heritage, traditions, architecture, historical landmarks, monuments and temples such as Sukhothai Historical Park, Doi Suthep in Chiang Mai and Buddha Chinnarat Phitsanulok Province Tribal crafts. The local as souvenirs place that should not be forgotten Chiang Mai International Airport makes traveling to the region convenient and a range of accommodation in this region to choose from both home-stay to Luxury hotels and resorts.

The northern region is the region at the top of Thailand. With a topographical landscape consisting of complex mountains Continuing from the Shan Yom Mountains in Myanmar and Laos. The northern region is the area of Thailand from Uttaradit province up to 17 provinces.

There are 17 provinces in the north part of Thailand as follow:

  1. Phitsanulok
  2. Uttaradit
  3. Nan
  4. Phrae
  5. Phayao
  6. Chiang Rai
  7. Lampang
  8. Chiang Mai
  9. Mae Hong Son
  10. Lamphun
  11. Tak
  12. Sukhothai
  13. Kamphaeng Phet
  14. Phichit
  15. Nakhon Sawan
  16. Phetchabun
  17. Uthai Thani

So most of northern Thailand has a steep mountainous landscape. There is cooler weather than other regions. Most provinces have tourist attractions for tourists to experience a lot of cold weather such as Doi Inthanon, Phu Chi Fa, Doi Tung, Doi Mae Salong etc.

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