Lost Thailand

Discover the Beauty of Northern Thailand. This site will give you the info you need to take you outside of Chiang Mai and in to the remote and beautiful places in the North of Thailand. Click on the photos for more information on the areas and you are free to explore for yourself!

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The City of Lamphun – 60 mins south of Chiang Mai.

Doi Tung – 90 KM north of Chiang Rai

 

Mae Kok River - Take a boat from Thaton to Chiang Rai

Mae Kok River – Take a boat from Thaton to Chiang Rai.

Pai - Famous mountain village of Pai - 130 KM North of Chiang Mai

Pai – Famous mountain village of Pai – 130 KM North of Chiang Mai

Phu Chi Fa - 100 KM North East Chiang Rai - Sunrise, views, hill tribes

Phu Chi Fa – 100 KM North East Chiang Rai

Mae Hong Son - Drive west from Pai 100KM. Caves, Waterfalls, Hill tribes, Views, windy road!

Mae Hong Son – Drive west from Pai 100KM.

Doi Tau - Lake 120KM South of Chiang Mai - Lake, fishing community.

Doi Tau – Lake 120KM South of Chiang Mai

Doi Chang Dao - 2 hours north of Chiang Mai - Thailands second highest mountain. Trekking, villages, hill tribes, local life

Doi Chang Dao – 2 hours north of Chiang Mai

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Bhumibol Dam – 5 hours South of Chiang Mai

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Chiang Khong – Border with Laos

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Mae Rim Area – 20 KM north of Chiang Mai -

Mae Ping National Park - 160 KM South of Chiang Mai - trekking, waterfalls, views

Mae Ping National Park – 160 KM South of Chiang Mai

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Doi Suthep Temple30 mins from Chiang Mai

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Wat Ron Kun – The White temple10KM from Chiang Rai

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Mae Surin National Park – 95KM from Mae Hong Son

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Mae Gnat Dam55km N Chiang Mai
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Follow the Burma borderRoad Trip

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Caves – 1 hour from Pai,, half way to Mae Hong son

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Mon Cham – 1 hourfrom Chiang Mai.

Nam Tok Bua Tong - Sticky Waterfall.

Nam Tok Bua TongSticky Waterfall

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Samoeng – 90KM Day loop road trip from Chiang Mai

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Chom Thom Temple. 1 hour South of Chiang Mai.




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