Covering a forested area of 721 square kilometers, the Salawin National Park is on the bank of the Salween or Salawin River on the Thailand–Myanmar border, about 164 kilometres south of Mae Hong Son. The Salawin River originates from Tibet before winding through China, Thailand and Myanmar for a total distance of more than 3,000 kilometres. The river is regarded as the borderline between Myanmar and Thailand for a distance of 120 kilometres.
There are tents and bungalows provides for visitors. Opening hours: 6am-6pm.
Getting there: From Mae Sariang, take Highway No. 1194 for 4 kilometers then turn right for more 4 kilometers until reaching a forest check point and go further about 50 kilometers.
Salawin National Park
Location: Mae Sariang District, Mae Hong Son 58110 Thailand