Situated on the boardwalk, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Doi Ang Khang Tower and Royal Agricultural Station. Doi Ang Khang Viewpoint is 1.6 mi (2.6 km) away.
Situated in Fang, this hotel is in the same region as Fang Hot Springs, Doi Pha Hom Pok National Park, and Doi Ang Khang Viewpoint. Regional attractions also include Doi Ang Khang Tower and Royal Agricultural Station.
Situated in Fang, this hotel is in the same area as Fang Hot Springs. Regional attractions also include Doi Pha Hom Pok National Park and Wat Tha Ton.
This family-friendly Mae Ai resort is located on a river, 0 mi (0 km) from Doi Pha Hom Pok National Park, and within 12 mi (20 km) of Wat Tha Ton and Wat Tha Ton. Wat Thaton Chedi is 12.1 mi (19.5 km) away.
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About 75 miles to the south of Angkhang is where you'll find the city of Chiang Mai Province.
If you're ready to explore the region's natural treasures, pay a visit to Fang Hot Springs. This exquisite display of nature is just 9 miles from Angkhang.
Don't forget to visit Doi Ang Khang Viewpoint. Also try out Doi Ang Khang Tower.
Doi Angkang and Mon Pin are two other places worth seeing while you're in the region. They're 0.8 miles and 6 miles away, respectively.
Chiang Dao is 35 miles to the south of Angkhang. This regional center is known for Tham Chiang Dao, Doi Chiang Dao and Chiang Dao Market. Don't turn back without having also gone to Chiang Dao Cave and Wat Tham Pha Plong.
Adventurous souls who are looking to have some fun outside ought to try mountain biking and mountain climbing.
Need to clear out the cobwebs? Spend an afternoon bird watching, wildlife watching or enjoying any of the other outdoor activities the region offers.
You'll be able to discover far more spending time with locals than you ever could from the glossy pages of your guidebook. Consider jumping on board some guided nature walks, wildlife spotting tours and culinary tours.
Take five from traveling and spend some time on the water rafting or canoeing.
Not all activities rely on good weather. If you get stuck with some rainy days, spend the day indoors at the craft workshops of Chiang Mai.
Enjoy a nice walk and fill your lungs with fresh air at the region's open-air markets.
You'll discover that the region offers some intriguing old sites that will appeal to any history fan. Be certain to add some of its ruins and traditional villages to your schedule.
Visitors to Chiang Mai like to discover the region's religious side at its numerous temples, shrines and monasteries.
Trying popular food and drink is a rewarding way to delve into a region's heart and soul.
A wonderful meal is dependent upon the quality of its components. Luckily, the vietnamese coriander and culantro are among the best in the world.
Khao kan chin (steamed pork blood and rice) and sai oua (grilled herb sausage) are a couple of much-loved dishes with their own special tastes.
If you're in the mood for something non-alcoholic, North Thailand is a nice alternative.
Genuine travel encompasses so much more than simply being a tourist. It is also about immersing yourself in the words, stories and ideas of a country. Your days here will be much more meaningful if you take the time to memorize just a few everyday expressions and greetings in Thai. Kun maa jàak tee năi? means where are you from. How much is this? is another nice one to have in your bag of tricks, so learn to pronounce Raa-kaa tâo rài.
Pull out all the stops and party for Birthday of King Phumiphon, a national day of festivities that takes place each year on the 5th of December.
You've had a ball, made new friends and probably filled up your camera's memory card. When it finally comes time to spend your final baht and bid "Læ̂w phb kạn h̄ım̀" to Chiang Mai, chances are you'll already be planning another trip!
If your plans include leaving by air, please be advised that the nearest airport for you is 55 miles to the east.
Don't expect to find a wide range of places to stay in Angkhang, so be sure to investigate the listings on Expedia's hotels guide.