Here are some other interesting tourist attractions around Fang County, in case you want to go too.
The most popular destination is the 2285m summit of Doi Pha Hompok, Thailand’s second-highest peak. Most trekkers camp below the summit and leave early to reach the top at sunrise for an epic view over the surrounding countryside. At the top of the mountain, average temperatures are a mere 2°C during winter and 14°C during summer.
This community is located in the middle of mountains. Therefore the weather is quite cold but will be comfortable. It will be a good choice for those who hate hot weather. Anyway, don’t forget to wear thick costumes, if you don’t want to get a fever.
- Doi Ang Kang Strawberry Garden
If you want to see how farmers grow sweet and juicy strawberries, then visit this place. The area is very very enormous. It’s surrounded with hills. You will see strawberries being planted all around you.
This village is located between the border of Thailand and Myanmar. The villagers are an ethnic group called Burmese-Palaung People. You should have an opportunity to learn about their unique lifestyle and culture.
This garden was established by Bantoon Chirawattanakul. There are many species of oranges within the area, all of which look so juicy and delicious. Some of them are even imported from foreign countries.