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5 Places To See In Thailand In June

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If you have plan to travel to Thailand in June but you have no idea where to go! We recommend these local places you should visit once in your life.

Phu Tub Berk
5 Places To See In Thailand In June Phu Tub Berk

If you want to see mountains, Phu Tub Berk is the place to go. This mountain is about 1,768 meters tall which is also the highest point of Phetchabun. There is a tribe living here on the mountain that produces the biggest red cabbage in Thailand and you can see the farms all over the mountain.

5 Places To See In Thailand In June Phu Tub Berk

When the cabbages are bloom, it is beautiful like giant green flowers, watching them with the mists will gives you another angle in its beauty. There are many places you can choose to stay overnight which will enables you to see the milky way stars when you look up at the sky. In the rainy season between June and October, you will get to see more mists than the winter and you can see them everywhere on the mountain.

>> See more…Phetchabun <<

Pang Sida National Park

5 Places To See In Thailand In June Pang Sida National Park

At Sa Kaeo,this is the best place to see butterflies with more than 400 species. For seeing the butterflies, there are lots of them in the morning and even more so in the rainy season around June to July. There is also a festival that will be held in June every year in which you can see many species of butterfly here, including hornbills and 300 more species of birds.

5 Places To See In Thailand In June Pangsida Waterfall

Additionally, there are waterfalls and a lot of animals you can take a look such as bulls, hornbills, and freshwater crocodiles.

>> See more…Sa Kaeo <<

Krok E Dok Waterfall

5 Places To See In Thailand In June Krok E Dok Waterfall

At Saraburi, you can visit some waterfalls here. It is a waterfall with eight levels, but you can only get up to the seventh level and you also require passing through a forest to get there.

5 Places To See In Thailand In June Cookeina Speciosa Mushroom

The most beautiful period has to be between June and September in which the water is quite a lot and the nature is fill with green, flowers, butterflies wild mushroom including, cookeina speciosa mushroom.

>> See more…Saraburi <<

Soda Waterfall Cave

5 Places To See In Thailand In June Soda Waterfall Cave

Soda Waterfall Cave which has a height of around 50 meters. In fact, it is the most beautiful waterfall in Roi Et! If you come here during the rainy season from June to October, along the way you will see many small waterfalls surrounded by natural green forests and mountains, including weird-shaping rocks. At this waterfall, you can go in the water if you would like to and you can also see the magnificent views under the waterfall here.

>> See more…Roi Et <<

Pa Hin Ngam National Park

5 Places To See In Thailand In June Pa Hin Ngam National Park Siam Tulip

Pa Hin Ngam National Park is the famous place in Chaiyaphum. Its highlight is the biggest Siam Tulip plain in Thailand with over 100 rai of area. These flowers have a pinkish purple color and its beauty is very famous for the locals here. They call these flowers as the Queen of the Mountain. It will only bloom for two months per year which is around June until August. However, the scenery is different each year due to the climate change. If you come here in the morning or the time when the rain just stopped, you can see that the plain is covered by thin mists.

>> See more…Chaiyaphum <<

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