Beside of enjoying the nice hot water at Huao Hin Fon Hot Springs, you may want to continue a little bit further, in order to find these tourist attractions, which are also worthy of visiting.
The branch in Mae Chan is only about 19 kilometres away from Huao Hin Fon Hot Springs. You will enjoy exploring this enormous tea plantation. See the farmers grow tea of the finest quality. Drink tea. Eat desserts made of tea. Sit and relax on the terrace of the cafe. And purchase some tea products back to your home. Everything is guaranteed to be fresh and tasty.
The monastery is about 22 kilometres away from Huao Hin Fon Hot Springs. You will feast your eyes with an unforgettable image there, monks go on their Binthabat on horses’ backs and villagers bestow food upon them.
Chiang Rai hilltribe village Ban Ta Khao Pluak or other name “Ban Pa Ao” is located in Lae District, Muang County. There are 5 different ethnic groups there: Akha, Yao, Lahu, Palaung, and Kayan. In fact, Ban Ta Khao Pluak Hilltribe Village was not first started as a living community, but instead an agricultural area full of plant growing and animal raising. These 5 ethnic groups were later invited for working and living together. And Ban Ta Khao Pluak has been developed as a tourist attraction as you can see nowadays.
Doi Luang National Park contains mixed deciduous forest, evergreen 25 forest and deciduous dipterocarp forest. There are diverse kinds of wildlife and birds which covers an area of 1,170 square kilometers in Phan District. One interesting tourist attraction there is Pu Kaeng Waterfall, a beautiful massive waterfall in Chiang Rai. It is a large waterfall amid virgin jungle with water cascading down limestone brooks and it has 9 tiers containing lots of stalagmites and stalactites. Camping and forest trekking are available.