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Khun Mae Ya (Wild Himalayan Cherry)
Wild Himalayan Cherry at Khun Mae Ya is under of. Khun Mae Ya Watershed Management National Park, Environment Area 2 is located in Chiang Mai and Mae Hong Son is Pa Pae ,Mae Tang district, Chiang Mai. Pai ,Mae Hee.
Mae Hong Son is a high mountain from sea about 2,020 meters level, approximately 87,500 hectares of territory all of area located in the Huai Nam Dang National Park and Wildlife Sanctuary, The first this forest be destroyed until the open plains
But later authorities have begun to plant Wild Himalayan Cherry at Khun Mae Ya. For help prevent wildfire because Wild Himalayan Cherry bordered by trees that grow faster and have beautiful flowers too. Now Wild Himalayan Cherry is known in name "Cherry blossoms in Thailand".
Visit Wild Himalayan Cherry flowers at Khun Mae Ya. From chiang Mai. Take the road Chotana (Mai - Fang) arrived at Mae Malai for about 34 miles and turn left into Highway No. 1095 via Pai to Huay Nam Dang winding up his view to the entrance. Huai Nam Dang right to drive slowly, slow down to prepare it. Another kilometers over the Khun Mae Ya.
Mae Ya checkpoint Main km 67 + 500 eliminates the ascent hill then. Turn left Stunt driving gravel climb a steep hill about 8 km to the office. The forests Khun Mae Ya access road was quite troublesome as it's a Wildlife Sanctuary. No plans to make the streets of even the attraction along road. Car seat through the dirt during a difficult time.
On the way, filled with dense forests. Rich and certainly on the path to find Wild Himalayan Cherry tree with tall trees and on the Watershed Management Khun Mae Ya, the first thing we see. You can see the beauty of the flowers blooming of Wild Himalayan Cherry Since the entrance door.
Travel and Time
- Able to travel by private car. A hole nests Rather difficult, not suitable for normal car. No accommodation is provided Must remove tents and food themselves. High season is Early January.
Category: Nature and Wildlife
Group: National Parks and Marine Reserves
Last Update : 2 YearAgo