Touch Star Resort is Doi-Inthanon resort. It is surrounded by natural attractions
such as: Doi Inthanon, Mae Ya Waterfall, Mae Klang Waterfall, Wachirathan Waterfall, Siriphum Waterfall, Tiered Fields of Mae Klang Luang Village and cultural attractions such as: the Great Stupa (Nobhamethanidol and Nabhapolbhumisiri Shrines), and the Royal Project. Also being well-known as a wild bird watching area.
- Muang Ang
Nature trail trekking
- Forest Planlation
- Bird Watching
- Kew Mae Pan
- Nature Attractive Place Around In Doi Inthanon
Bird watching area at Doi Inthanon
Bird watching Doi Inthanon is also one of the few places in the world where birders of the most popular birding areas on Doi Inthanon, also being well-known as a wild bird watching area. Inthanon Bird Watching Information Centre (Uncle Daeng’s Shop) is located at Km. 31. This is a bird information exchange centre among bird watchers, nature students and the general public. The information details the habitat and food of birds and animals living on Doi Inthanon. The aim is to pass on this knowledge to the next generation. It also provides the Doi Inthanon Bird watching Diary, bird sketches by various bird watching experts, bird watching trails, bird pictures, and slides.
Mae Ya waterfall
is one of the most beautiful cascades in Chiang Mai. Water flows from a 280-metre steep cliff onto different rock formations in a lower basin, creating a beautiful scene.
Wat Phra That Si Chom Thong
Temple of the Phra Boromathat Chom Thong Buddha relic
The Wat Phra That Si Chom Thong is one of the oldest and most highly revered temples in North Thailand. According to local legend the Buddha once visited the hill where the temple now stands. The temple that is officially named Wat Phra That Si Chom Thong Worawihan is located in chom thong location and far from the resort only 9 Km. The Wat Phra That Si Chom Thong was constructed halfway through the 15th century at the spot where the Buddha relic was found. The oldest structure is the chedi, that was built around 1450.
located 8-9 km of Highway 1009 next to Mae Klang Waterfall which will see the route sign at right fork to the cave. The cave is a large limestone cave has beautiful stalactites and stalagmites and a small stream inside. There are also soothing stone when the sunlight, the cave is extremely gorgeous. The entrance on the right hand away from the checkpoint of approximately 500 meters to go the way about 2 km to the cave or you can walking from Touch Star Resort approximately 30 minutes to the cave entrance to view and experience the beautiful scenery and waterfalls during travel.
Orchid Conservation Center, Naree Doi Inthanon is located in the area of Doi Inthanon National Park. This is a Royal Project initiated by Her Majesty Queen Sirikit. The purpose is to research and breeding orchids. Naree Inthanon is beautiful but close to extinction. It is also a source of knowledge for those who are interested. Orchid
Phra Mahathat Napha Methanidon and Phra Mahathat Naphaphon Bhumisiri,
A twin pagodas located at Km. 41.5. They were built to commemorate the fifth cycle birthdays of King Bhumibol Adulyadej and Queen Sirikit. Sitting on two nearby peaks, both pagodas share the similar sizes, design and color linked with a walking path. The pagodas enshrine Lord Buddha’s relics and beautiful Buddha images
Kiew Mae Pan
There are many nature trails on Doi Inthanon National Park, the favorite one is Kew Mae Pan which suitable for everyone who have limited of time. The Kew Mae Pan Nature Trail, is found at kilometer 42 on the road to the summit. It has been developed as an ‘educative nature trail’ and you will enjoy your nice short trekking about 2.78 km. along a beautiful view and forest. There is a 200 baht entrance fee which pays for a guide (Hmong guide) to accompany you, although mine did not speak much English.
Mae Pan waterfall
is the longest waterfall in Chiang Mai, which flows from a 100-metre cliff. Its charm can be enjoyed by standing some distance from the falls. From afar, the white water and the green forests around the falls make a beautiful picture. From Km. 38 of Highway No. 1009, drive along the Doi Inthanon-Mae Chaem road (Highway No. 1192) for 6 kilometres and a sign to the waterfall will be seen, then drive on an unpaved road for 9 kilometres. The lovely waterfall can be reached by a ten-minute walk from a parking lot. In the rainy season, the road to Namtok Mae Phan is in a poor condition; only a four-wheel vehicle could make the journey.
The Highest Spot in Thailand (km 48)
Highway 1009 ends at the highest spot in Thailand (2,559 m) at the summit of Doi Inthanon. The mountaintop covered with patches of fog and frosted leaves is breathtaking. It is where the Radar Station of the Thai Air Force and the stupa of the last governor of Chiang Mai are located. And not far from the summit is a Tourist Public Relations Centre where the stories of Doi Inthanon in the past are exhibited. Tourists can learn the geography, biology, and forestry of the area as well as the wildlife that exists here.
Chiang Mai Royal Agricultural Research Center (Khun Wang) was established after His Majesty the King had visited Baan Khun Wang in 1980, and had observed that the land had been growing opium extensively. Therefore, the King assigned the Garden Plant Division, Thailand Department of Agriculture to demonstrate and breed crops on the area for supporting and passing on the technology know-how to highland farmers. This is to encourage them to do the plantation instead of growing opium.
Mea Klang Luang village
The village Located at kilometer 26 on the way up Doi Inthanon. The Karen or “Pa Kaa Ka Yor” people of Mae Klang Luang migrated from Burma in 1787, settling in a fertile valley in the heart of Doi Intanon National Park. Founding families carved a terrace of emerald rice fields into the mountain landscape, which now makes a stunning first impression on guests. The village lies at an elevation of approximately 1,200 meters above sea level, surrounded by mixed deciduous and hill evergreen forests. The climate is cool. The village is easily accessible, just off the main highway to Doi Intanon. The highlights of Mae Klang Luang Community “Enjoy trekking through pristine forest in Doi Intanon National Park; see how the Karen people live in harmony with nature and start the day with a cup of hot, fresh, Hill tribe coffee!”
Pha Doke Siew Waterfall
Phu Pha Phrao Waterfall is located at Ban Mae Klang Luang in Doi Inthanon National Park. Inside Inthanon National Park This waterfall was once famous after the film. Love is a waterfall that tourists come. Visit Mae Klang Luang to visit. Floors are 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 floors, but the highlight of all tourists to visit is the waterfall Pha Cosa 7th floor, because the water from the waterfall floor. on The fall falls to the waterfall, the lower floor is a white line, beautiful beyond. There is also a wooden bridge for crossing the stream. The beauty of the waterfall. The crescent to see him again. The source of the name of the waterfall is from the crescent of the name. The tree is a prominent waterfall itself.
Thep Phanom Hot Spring Maechaem
Thephanom Hot Springs is a natural hot spring caused by geothermal heat. The pressure to rise to the cold water underground is a hot steam at all times.
Pha Cho is located in Doi Loeng district, in the care of Mae Wang National Park. Is a natural phenomenon caused by erosion. The rain was so heavy that the land was believed to be hundreds of years old. A thousand years ago this area used to be the Ping River Trail. Observed from the lump. Round, round rock scattered in a lot of soil. Until the Ping River was changed, the line moved to another direction. This area has been raised as a high hill. Time passes and is eroded into cliffs and piles of strange shapes similar to the goat ghost town in Phrae. In the province of Sa Kaeo is a shorter, which is different from the cliffs that look like walls and pillars. Large, strange patterns. It is about 30 meters wide and hundreds meters wide. Honeycomb The large cliffs. A lot of people are excited to visit.
Oob Luang National Park
Ong Luang National Park Very beautiful view Here is the strait style. The rocky cliffs on the side of the river. High cliffs measured from the bridge to the water level of about 32 meters, the narrowest of the two cliffs just two meters across the bridge. View Profile The length of the strait is about 300 meters. There are also scenic spots. And prehistoric lands to watch.
Suan Son Bor Kaew
This stunning forest of pine trees with wide grassy areas in between is worth the 150 kilometre trip out of Chiang Mai on the Hot – Mae Salong Road. With a beautiful atmosphere and cool breezes, the location is perfect for a romantic picnic or family outing. A small caf? is there if you need a cool drink but best to bring your own wicker basket and chequered blanket for the full experience.