Pha Hom Pok
Visit the national park in winter because of the cooler weather, mountain mists and migratory birds such as purple cochoa, brown-breasted bulbul, blue peacock, and brown gorgon, turdus ruficollis, grey-winged blackbirds, and chestnut thrush come here. There are rare orchids which are hard to find in other parts of Thailand. There are some attractive butterflies such as the kaisar-i-hind that only appear here.One of the attractions at Pha Hom Pok National Park is the Natural Hot Spring. There are several hot springs within a ten acre area. The water has a high sulphur content and possesses curative and restorative properties.
Royal Agricultural Station Angkhang
The Royal Agricultural Station Angkhang is the project from the idea of His Majesty the King Bhumibol Adulyadej in order to support agriculture instead of opium planting. The project began when His Majesty the King Bhumibol Adulyadej traveled by a helicopter and passed this mountain peak. He saw a village and then made a visit. He saw opium fields, and a village of Muser tribesmen who at that time plaited side braid hair, wore black clothes, and carried sword on their shoulders. His Majesty the King planned to change the opium field into agricultural field. The Station therefore was found in 1969.
Wat Tha Ton
Recently Wat Tha Ton became new tourist attraction in the area located high above Mae Kok river which runs to Chiangrai city. For those who like little adventure you could hire Bamboo raft from Ta Thorn bank with a day trip to Chiangrai by raft, and over night along the Mae Kok river.