National Park featuring Thailand’s highest peak reopens

Chiang Mai’s famous Doi Inthanon National Park is scheduled to reopen at present after being closed for months as a outcome of Covid-19 pandemic. Doi Inthanon is Thailand’s highest peak. Visitors arrived on the park gates as early as 5am, the place they needed to bear a Covid screening earlier than being allowed in.

The nationwide park is the home of the Doi Inthanon mountain, also referred to as the “Roof of Thailand,” which at 2,565 metres is the tallest in the country. Printable s situated within the Chom Thong district, not too far from Chiang Mai’s metropolis centre. The park is a well-liked tourist vacation spot, with visitors flocking to the mountain to benefit from the cool, misty weather and delightful vistas. The national park reported that while the temperature was 16 levels at the park workplace, it was a crisp eight degrees at the high of Doi Inthanon. Another in style spot in the park is the level of view at Kiew Mae Pan, the place at first gentle guests can view the famous “sea of mist.”

Head of the nationwide park Kriangkrai Chaiwiset formally opened the park, handing out souvenirs and saying the creation of a new 3-kilometer lengthy natural studies trail.
Kriangkrai went on to say that as a half of the park’s efforts to mitigate the unfold of Covid-19, group visits could be restricted to 50 a day. It’s a 200 baht entrance fee for a gaggle of 10 with a local information. About 273 visitors had made superior bookings for the park online by way of the “QueQ” app..

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