Doi PhaHompok

Doi Pha Hom Pok National Park 
located in Amphur Mae Eye, Amphur Fang, Amphur Chai Prakarn of Chiang Mai Province, consists of complicated geography which is a part of a watershed called Dan Lao Mountain Range. It is the productive forest which not only has a great number of plants and animals but also beautiful natures, for examples, Huai Bond Cave, Hot-mineral Water Pond, Hot Spring and Mae Jai Stream. It is an importantly traveling place of Chiangmai Province. Traveler can take convenient ways to get there. It is 524 square kilometers, and has been declared a national park since September 4, 2000.

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From Chiang Mai province along the highway 107 (Chiang Mai-Fang) to Amphur Fang. Then along to Fang-Mon Bhin road about 3 km, take a right at Route 4055 to Pong Nam Ron village. It is 8 kilometers to the Park Headquarter.
Weather Condition
The temperature in this area is approximately 25 degrees Celsius all the year round; it is about 14 – 19 degrees Celsius on November to February, the highest temperature is 39 degree Celsius on April and heavy rain on May to September approximately 1,184 mm. of rain all the year round.
Huai Mae Jai  
Huai Mae Jai is a stream, which has clean water all the year round and also been appropriate for recreation, located about 300 meters from Hot-mineral Water Pond.
Huai Bon Cave  
Huai Bon Cave is a big cave, 20-30 meters wide, which consists of many wonderful stalagmites and stalactites. There are two entrances distant 150 meters from each other, no dangerous areas for traveler, and also many small caves, about 10, nearby. It locates 12 km. from Fang District. Traveler can go on foot 4 km. from Hot-mineral Water Pond.
Pong Nam Dang Waterfall  
Pong Nam Dang Waterfall, which is beautiful, and has water fall all the year round, locates in the same area of Mae Fang National Park Management Office (Mor For 3) Mae Soonnoi Village, Mae Soon Sub-district, Fang District.
Huai Hean Waterfall  
Huai Hean Waterfall locates in north of Huai Hean Stream, and three kilometers from Huai Bon Cave. It is a big waterfall which consists of seven levels.
Na Ma Uen Waterfall  
Na Ma Uen Waterfall locates in the middle of a dense forest in Mae Sao Sub-district, Mae Eye District. It is a big waterfall which consists of three big levels. All of the waterfalls are the same—that is, there are water flows all the year round and great number of productive nature, all of which enable moss and fern derive from the rock and boulder along the streams.
Doi Pha Hhom Bhog  
Doi Pha Hhom bhog, the second highest mountain in Thailand, is about 2,285 meters above sea level. Lying at the top of the mountain is a plain area which causes by geological condition; there have thin layer of soil and stratum of granite lays underground, and heavy blowing wind all the year round. From that place, traveler can see wonderful sceneries such as Fog Sea and the road on the ridges of mountains along with Thai-Burmese border. The road is constructed in accordance with adding national security between the two countries. The forest is rainforest and the source of water so that makes the place have the best natural environment and different kind of biological organism, for examples, there are rare species of plants and animals such as Impatiens jurpioides T. Shimizu, Imperial Butterfly, and Kaiser Butterfly.
Tard Mok Waterfall  
Tard Mok Waterfall locates four kilometers from Mae Eye District, close to tarmac road. The beautiful scenery of the waterfall consists of glassy vapor spreading all over the cliff look like covered by fog.

Doi Phahompok National Park
P.O. Box. 39, Pong Nam Ron Sub-district,  Amphur Fang   Chiang Mai   Thailand 50110
Tel. 0 5345 3517-8, 0 5331 7496