At Kilometer 24-25 on Mae Rim–Samoeng Road, at Sa Moeng Tai, Samoeng District, Chiang Mai Province, it is the viewpoint of the complex mountain range of Samoeng forest. In winter, the sea of mist covers the entire valley and the stunning sunset can be watched from here.
Khun Khan National Park is the abundant forest with many natural prominent sites such as Na Poe Waterfall, Huai Tad Waterfall, Huai Hom Waterfall, Om Long Waterfall, Huai Om Tang Waterfall, Ma Ta Cliff, Mae Sab Cave, Tha To Hot Spring, Doi Sang, and Doi Khun Mae Oe. Khun Khan National Park is available for tourists to visit throughout the year.
Khun Khan National Park covers Samoeng Wildlife Sanctuary, the entire area of Samoeng District, Mae Rim District, and is adjacent to Mae Jam Conserved Forest. It is the high complex mountain range, located 500-1,708-meter above mean sea level. The highest peak is Doi Pung Kiang, the 1,708 meters high mountain which is the origin of the Khan River and the Mae Jam River before they meet the Ping River. The nature at the park is very outstanding, though there are few tourists visit. Mae Jam forest view point at Kilometer 36-55 on Samoeng-Wat Chan Road can see over the plentiful forest, as same as at the Samoeng Forest view point at Kilometer 24-25 on Highway 1096.