CHIANG MAI – Tourists on Doi Inthanon, Thailand’s highest mountain, felt the chilly September morning on September 5 as the temperature plummeted to 9 degrees Celsius.
According to a report, about 1,000 tourists visited the country’s highest peak and enjoyed not only the cold weather but the beautiful sunrise and the breathtaking sea of clouds too.
Several visitors queued up along the road to take pictures of the mist at the Kew Mae Pan viewpoint.
Source: Thai News Agency MCOT
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