Situated just 20 kms far from the city of Chiangrai, this hot spring originates from the natural heat beneath the surface of the earth. The hotspring is a part of Huay Mae Sak Forest Park. Ideal for mineral water bath, camping and sightseeing, this place attracts a lot of visitors who visit Chiang Rai. Sometimes at the height of the rainy season the area gets flooded, but it’s usually quite pleasant enough otherwise. Just by an almost boiling lake is another cool, normal lake. There’s a mixed water lake for free public bathing, and several snack shops to keep you entertained.
- Admission to the hot spring is through Lam Nam Kok National Park.
- Hire a songtaew or rent a motorcycle.
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1.18% of people who visit Chiang Rai include Huai Mak Liam Hot Spring in their plan
80% of people start their Huai Mak Liam Hot Spring visit around 09 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Huai Mak Liam Hot Spring
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Huai Mak Liam Hot Spring