Chiang Dao declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.
The third highest mountain in Chiang Mai which regularly attracts climbers, bird watchers and stargazers. It has been added to UNESCO's list of prestigious natural heritage sites.
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Doi Luang Chiang, or Doi Chiang Dao, was announced yesterday to join the world's recognized biosphere reserve, which is meant to compromise conservation through sustainable use.
The high mountain became Thailand's fifth biosphere reserve after Sakaerat. (Nakhon Ratchasima Province) Huai Tak Sak Forest (Lampang Province), Mae Sakok Ma (Chiang Mai Province) and Ngao Mangrove Forest (Ranong).
The 2,175 meter high mountain in Chiang Dao district of Chiang Mai is home to many rare and endangered species such as leaf monkeys, clouded leopards, Chinese deer, gibbons and more. Chiang Dao Cave is therefore one of the most visited tourist attractions in the area.