Ob Luang is a national park in Chiang Mai offering a chance to discover the natural beauty of amazing landscapes shaped by a curvy river and limestone mountain ranges. The river stream runing through the canyon is the most remembered scene of OB Luang, the best view is in the middle of the man-made bridge connecting both banks . The river is also ideal for adventurous rafting while the surrounding area is best for relaxation and enjoying the scenery.
Admission: 200 baht for adults, 100 baht for children
Getting there: The Ob Luang National Park is located 105 kilometres from Chiang Mai town along Highway No. 108 (Chiang Mai-Hot-Mae Sariang) at the 17th km on your right. Buses are available from Chiang Mai town: Chiang Mai-Hot-Omkoi Bus departs at Chiang Mai Gate. Once you arrive Hot, catch one of 3 bus lines: Hot-Mae Sariang, Hot-Mae Chaem, Hot-Omkoi from the Hot roundabout, all of them stop at Ob Luang National Park.