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Thailand (14.89719 100.83273)
Thailand comprises several distinct geographic regions, partly corresponding to the provincial groups. The north of the country is the mountainous area of the Thai highlands, with the highest point being Doi Inthanon in the Thanon Thong Chai Range at 2,565 metres (8,415 ft) elevation. The northeast, Isan, consists of the Khorat Plateau, bordered to the east by the Mekong River. The centre of the country is dominated by the predominantly flat Chao Phraya river valley, which runs into the Gulf of Thailand.
Doi Pha Hom Pok National Park, ชม.3015, Ban Huey Mak Liam, Chiang Mai Province, Thailand (19.92169 99.08301)
Coordinates: 19.71144 99.01184 20.13282 99.35787 - Minimum elevation: 442 m - Maximum elevation: 2,263 m - Average elevation: 849 m
Nakhon Ratchasima, Wang Nam Khiao, Nakhon Ratchasima Province, 30000, Thailand (14.97116 102.08708)
Coordinates: 14.81116 101.92708 15.13116 102.24708 - Minimum elevation: 164 m - Maximum elevation: 292 m - Average elevation: 197 m