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Doi Inthanon National Park Announced as a national park in 1972, declared as the 6th national park in Thailand with an area of 482.4 square kilometers Covering areas in Chom Thong District Mae Chaem District, Mae Wang District And the sub-district Doi Lo Chiang Mai Province Doi Inthanon: This mountain was originally called "Doi Luang" or "Doi Ang Ka". Doi Luang comes from the size of a very large mountain. The villagers therefore call each other as "Doi Luang" (Luang: is the northern language meaning large). Away from the top of the mountain about 300 meters to the west, there is a pond like a basin. Many crows often flock to swim in this swamp. So called "Ang Ka" and that large mountain is called "Doi Ang Ka" but some streams say that the word "Ang Ka"
In fact, it comes from the Pak Kueyaw language (Karen), meaning "Yai", therefore the word "Doi Ang Ka" means that the large Doi is. Control of the rulers of various cities in the reign of King Inthawichayanon Governor of Chiang Mai (The last one) He values the forest very seriously. Especially forests in the Doi Luang area He ordered that If he died, take some ashes to build a stupa on the mountain. This mountain is known as "Doi Inthanon" but with some information said The Doi Luang is called Doi Inthanon เกมสล็อตฟรี because it is an honor. Ruler It was named from the word "Doi Luang", a name that is repeating with Doi Luang Of the Chiang Dao district But later with the Germans Come and make a survey and measure Which turns out that Doi Luang or Doi Ang Ka Mae Chaem district is higher than Doi Luang of Chiang Dao district. Therefore change the new name So as not to be redundant And called this mountain that "Doi Inthanon" Doi Inthanon National Park Originally part of "Doi Inthanon National Forest" was later explored and established as one of fourteen. The forest that the government has to operate as a national park For the first time, the Forestry Department proposed to the Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives to define the Doi Inthanon National Park area to have an area of 1,000 sq km or approximately 625,000 rai, but since various communities lived before many communities Therefore conducting a new survey And block the area where the people lived before and expected to have problems in the future Therefore, the remaining area to be declared as Doi Inthanon National Park is 270 square kilometers or approximately 168,750 rai announced on October 2, 1972 and on June 13, 1978, the government announced an additional area to be 482.4 sq km, Chom Thong District. Mae Chaem districts, Mae Wang districts and Doi Lo sub-districts Has a height above the sea level 400-2,565.3341 meters is the highest mountain in Thailand. For the purpose of determining the land to be a national park under the National Park Act 1961, Section 1, Section 6 as follows: "When the government deems it appropriate to define any land area with natural conditions that are interesting To remain in the original natural state for the benefit of the education and pleasure of the people Has the power to act by announcing a royal decree as well, this area is called national park"