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Thailand’s recent three-day weekend drew tourists to some of the country’s beautiful natural sites. Over 10,000 people ventured to Thailand’s highest mountain peak, Chiang Mai’s Doi Inthanon, according to officials there. Tourists visited a number of other natural sites as well. In the western Kanchanaburi province, a tourism business operator said the tourist influx in Sangkhla Buri district over the long weekend had generated over 30 million baht in profits. The district is known for its misty scenery during cooler months.  Another popular spot this weekend was the Lam Ta Kong viewpoint in Khao Yai National Park. Campgrounds at the scenic […]

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