Doi Ang Khang
Ang Khang Royal Project StationAlso known as Doi Ang Khang (doi means hill in Thai), Ang Khang Royal Agricultural Station is the Royal Project's, a foundation His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej has founded to help raise living standard of underprivileged hilltribes, first station founded in TKTKTK to research and demonstrate on vegetable, fruits and flowers. Ang Khang Royal Project covers a vast area of Ang Khang Hill that offers scenic views and nice weather all year round, especially during November and January when the temperature reaches its coldest. It is also home to several attractions, such as:Bonsai Garden: Located in front of the station, Bonsai Garden houses various temperate and winter Bonsai, featuring herb trees from all over the map. November to January is the best time to visit this garden.Kiew Lom View Point: It is where you immerse yourself with the breathtaking view of Ang Khang Hill, soaking up the stunning sunrise and sea of fog in the morning hours. Sunset can also be witnessed on the tip of the mountain.Mu Ban Khum: Settled in the neighbourhood of the royal project, Mu Ban Khum is a small community of Burmese, Hwa, and Thai Yai. Drop by this village for souvenir shopping and exotic meals.Mu Ban No Lae: Visit Mu Ban No Lae to enjoy the pleasant view of the Thai-Burma border. The people of No Lae have migrated from Burma about 15 years ago.