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Khao Kho located at Phetchabun province, about 400 km north of Bangkok. It is a famous destination on winter due to the cold weather and beautiful landscape of mountain and a sea of cloud or "Talay Mork" in Thai language. This terrain is a home of local hill tribe called "Hmong", so there are many attractions that related to Hmong culture and lifestyle especially strawberry and cabbage farms. Moreover, there are many remarkable viewpoints around Khao Kho that are worth to see with your eyes.
Phu Tub Berk is the tallest mountain within the province of Petchabun, Thailand. With a height of almost 1,800 metres, you’ll feel the cold when you slowly go up to the mountain. The road leading up the mountain is in good condition, but it can be very steep in some parts! This mountain is also an agricultural centre for its Hmong population. The cooler climate means that cabbages, other vegetables, and fruits are grown in abundance there. You can also see the country’s largest cabbage patch.