Doi Khun Tan National Park

Carla K. wrote:

Khuntan NP about 1 hour per train from Chiang Mai. Convenient to get there hiking up from the railway station at Thailand’s longest tunnel. When I was there first time in early 1990s it was only 3 Baht entrance fee. They have now settled for 100 Baht per adult foreigner.

Kari H. wrote:

Doi Khun Tan National Park. Around one hour to the park from Chiang Mai by train. (15 baht each way by non-air con train car. The train leaves at specific times for the park, and returns to CM at specific times, so you’d have to check the time table.) Thailand’s longest train tunnel is here. A very gorgeous place, clean, places to eat, loads of hiking trails. But… the double pricing.

Theodor E. wrote:

Doi khuntan national Park, Thai 20b, farang 100b the usual I guess, let’s hope they change this dual pricing soon.

Pricing

Dual Pricing applies to all foreigners

Locals (Thais):

20THB (Adult)
10THB (Child)

Expats (with Work Permit):

100THB (Adult)
50THB (Child)

Tourists:

100THB (Adult)
50THB (Child)

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