This place is not popular among foreign tourists. However, be ready for flocks of local tourists arriving there for the sunrise for the simple reason that it is really beautiful! Locals also head over there to camp close to the peak, w their family/ lovers.
The sunset is less crowded and IMO looks really good.
The area is really chilly though. At one point of my night as I camped close to the peak, the weather fell to as low as 11 degrees.
Try to find your own way or bring your own sleeping bag if you intend to camp. Otherwise you can rent a tent at 200 baht from the park office.
Accommodation in the town can be found for as low as 300 baht if you haggle and just walk around to keep finding.
Getting to the start of the climb to the peak from town, you can hop on to the pick-ups at just 30 baht each way.
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