Road to Doi Ang Khang deserves special mention. Since I traveled on several roads in the north during my trip (in fact, on all the main ones), I have something to compare with. So here it is simply amazing: torn hills, stones scattered across the fields, bamboo huts - everything, as I like.
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The way there
It is rather difficult to describe everything, you have to watch it all with your own eyes, even a photo / video does not reflect all the beauty at all. Yes, and in order to take normal photographs, you need to take pictures of the road deliberately and slowly, and not run out of the car at the next turn and quickly and quickly click something until no one has appeared (there is no place to get up especially). And ideally, ride with your driver, but I have not grown up to this yet 🙂
I went to Ang Khang through the city of Arunotay, where the Burmese border runs very close. However, as far as I understand, there is no transition for any visaran. So near the border and the city are full of Chinese graves, at first you don't even understand what it is.
A few hours later, I finally got to my destination. The road was difficult, but not by mountain serpentines, but by the fact that you want to get out of the car every 100 meters and watch, watch, watch ...
The way back
I was already returning back by a shorter route, I just went down quickly to the highway near the city of Fang with its national park and hot spring geyser. And I didn't want to leave at all ...
On the map
All points are marked on the map, including the roads along which I arrived and left Doi Angkhang.
Doi Angkhang and Fang District
Doi Angkhang and Fang Area: