Tourists can feel the winter chill on Doi Inthanon mountain in Chiang Mai Province on Nov. 10 when the Doi Inthanon National Park reopens.
The reopening was scheduled as the Meteorological Department announced winter began in Thailand Tuesday.
Tuesday morning, the temperature on the peak of Doi Inthanon in Chom Thong District dropped to 10 degrees Celsius. The sky was clear, allowing for a great view of a sea of mist.
Kriangkrai Chaipiset, chief of the Doi Inthanon National Park, said tourists could visit the national park and camp there from Nov. 10 onwards.
He asked tourists to comply strictly with disease-control measures imposed by Chiang Mai’s communicable disease committee and the office of the Doi Inthanon National Park to help prevent an outbreak of Covid-19 there.