5 Hiking Trails in Thailand That Are Just Majestic…

The world knows Thailand as the ‘Land of Smiles’. Albeit its small size, the place is full of places that are worthwhile for any expenditure. The intricacy of natural landscapes provides a versatility within the small territory of Thailand. There are emerald rainforests with a diversity of flora and fauna which is full of wildlife. You get to see mountains, beaches, waterfalls and what not.

The adventure seekers are especially fond of the place, more so specifically, the Hikers who would consider the region as a heaven built by nature to woo them. The hiking trails in Thailand provide some of the most stunning views that you would keep them preserved in your memory for the rest of your life. If you love hiking, then you would find it irresistible to control your urge to visit Thailand after reading this list. So, if you would really want to visit Thailand, you can visit ส่วนลด hotels.com and ส่วนลด Klook to get some amazing deals and discounts on your travel bookings.

Khao Pom, Koh Samui

green-hills-around-Samoeng-LoopAlthough most of the hiking trails lie in the northern parts of the country, the best one is definitely down south near the coastal region. This hiking trail is located on the Koh Samui Island which is the second largest of all Islands in Thailand. While most of the tourist hotspots are often spoiled by human developments to exploiting business opportunities provided by tourism, this place has thankfully been preserved in a righteous way by keeping an equilibrium between both. Khao Pom is one of the largest mountain range in the region and has a very lush green rainforest to complement the view.

Mae Sa Valley

1490471057_cebdfa19f3_bThis valley is one of the easier hiking trails in Thailand but nevertheless captivating. The trail isn’t far from the nearest city but still finds a lesser number of visitors. The place is overlooked due to the neighbouring places of sightseeing which are more popular amongst tourists and overshadow it. But it doesn’t make the place any lesser with its beautiful waterfalls, botanical gardens, snake farms and monkey schools. Though the trail is relatively easy to hike upon, yet it does consume an entire day with ease.

Pranburi Waterfall

waterfallThis waterfall lies in the Kaeng Krachan National Park which is apparently the largest in Thailand. The larger size of this park provides a natural habitat for a plenty of wild animals such as elephants, bears and snakes. Pranburi Waterfall lies deep inside this forest reserve and it consumes a whole day of hikers to get to this place. Although, it is advised to get a guide if to reach the top of this waterfall as it can be really risky for a person to reach the top without proper knowledge of the terrain. This region gives many pleasurable sights with a lot of greenery and wildlife to witness.

Kew Mae Pan Nature Trail

kew maiIf you want to test the hiker inside you, what’s better than the highest mountain in the country? This one of the most picturesque place of the region with pleasant sceneries and plenty of waterfalls on the way. Although, this is not as long as the other trails and one could easily finish the hike in a few hours. This hiking trail is not free as one has to pay 200 Thai Baht for the trail that includes a guide who keeps uttering knowledgeable things all the while.

Doi Chiang Chao

5The Doi Chiang Chao is at a height of 7,299 feet above the sea level and one has two hiking trails to choose from in order to reach the topmost summit of this mountain. The place is paradise for birds and you would get to see some of the rarest species of birds during the hike. The region is surrounded by dense tropical forests full of colourful flowers and it is a preserved as a wildlife sanctuary for the protection of wildlife. The summit at the top provides quite a mesmerizing view of the place and the forest nearby.

 

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