Of course, except the fact that the thai government actually took a very good care of Doi Inthanon National Park.
At the highest point of Doi Inthanon, also the highest point of Chiang Mai. At 2600+ meters above sea level
You don't get to see any large scale resorts occupying the beautiful scenery here. I got to feel that I was back in Grampian actually. This is a very nicely preserved park. In order, and clean.
There is also this certain Canadian named McWilliams that devoted his whole life in setting up the park. He designed the beautiful stretch of board walk too.
At the temple commemorating the 60th birthday of His Majesty the King of Thailand.
Like a palace in the sky. With clouds way below it.
One of the larger waterfall around the national park. Very sloppy, wading not allowed