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Thailand is famous for unique nature, great temples and nice beaches. Waterfalls are popular travel destinations for traveler and backpacker who like to see some of the wild nature of Thailand. Here are some nice pictures of Waterfalls which i took on my travel trips through the Kingdom. Enjoy and maybe you will find the perfect spot for your trip to Asia.
Nam Tok Klong Plu
This beautiful waterfall is on Koh Chang. The Nam Tok Klong Plu is the biggest and the beautifulest watefall on the island in the gulf.
Mae Ya Waterfall
The Mae Ya is located at the Doi Inthanon national Park in north Thailands Chiang Mai province.
Mae Sa Waterfall Mae Lim
The Mae Sa is located in Mae Rim and is easy to reach by motorbike from the province capital.
Mor Paeng Pai
This small but nice waterfall is in Pai. The Nam Tok Mo Paeng is the most visited spot in Pai Mae Hong Sorn.
Mork Fa Chiang Mai province
The spectacular twin falls of Mork Fah are another attraction in Chiang Mai.
Nam Tok Na Muang
Nam Tok Na Muang is a great day trip destination for nature fans on Koh Samui.
The Phlio Waterfall in Chantanaburi is a touristic spot which is popular for day trips from Pattaya and Koh Chang.
Many bustours stop at the Wachiratan fall at Doi Inhanon in Chiang Mai.
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Beautiful twin Waterfalls at Doi Suthep National Park in Chiang Mai!
Mork Fa Waterfall, Doi Suthep
This spectacular twin falls are located on the 1095 Highway in north Thailand. The Mork Fa Waterfall belongs to the Doi Suthep National Park in Chiang Mai and is easy to reach on a day trip by motorbike or Car from Chiang Mai. The National Park fee was 100 Baht in 09. The admission fee includes watching the Nam Tok Mork Fa and hike on the nice path through the jungle. In the area around this beautiful waterfall in Thailand you can watch many species of birds. The visitor center is not far from the parking area and gives you some information’s about the nature around Mork Fa and the Doi Suthep Mountain near Chiang Mai. The Waterfall is about 60 meters high and a great model for beautiful pictures of your holidays in northern Thailand. Many backpackers and tourists come with a tour which you can book in any booking office in Chiang Mai. The nature pool in front of the Mork Fa Waterfall is a nice option to cool down of the Asian Sun, so please don’t forget swim wear if you are travel to here.
Sungwan Waterfall @ Pha Dang National Park
The Pha Dang National Park is worthwhile destination for a nice daytrip from Chiang Mai or Chiang Dao. The park in Thailand’s Chiang Mai province shelter hot springs, a waterfall, flower garden and an herbal area. Accommodation is as well available at the headquarter of this 1100 square km huge national park near Chiang Dao. At the Pha Dang National park are many bird species, many wildlife and rare kinds of plants. The entry fee for foreigners is 100 Thai Baht and including all attractions like the Pong Arng Hot Spring and the beautiful Srisungwan Waterfall in the north of Chiang Mai province. The Pong Arng Hot Springs have a temperature from 58 C. At the nice Park you have the chance to bath into the mineral water of this natural wonder here in Thailand. The infra structure is good, there are locking rooms and showers direct on the springs. On the Sri Sungwan waterfall are a campground, picnic tables and many quiet places for rest and meditate to the sound of the Asian nature. On the way back to Chiang Dao you can stop at the Wat Pla That Mornjing for another non touristic highlight on your travel trip through northern Thailand. If you want to come here than you can take the road number 107 to Fang and follow the signs to the Pha Dang National Park. The turn is about 35 km out of town through beautiful landscapes of the north of this beautiful country in Asia.
The Pong Arng Hot Spring
Monthathan Waterfall, Chiang Mai
The Monthathan Falls are a part of the Doi Suthep national park in north Thailand. You can come here by Songteaw or by motorbike from Chiang Mai. The Waterfalls are about 16 km out of town and connected by a good main road. From the park office it’s a pleasant and short walk through the nature to the Nahmtok Monthathan Waterfall. Many tourists and traveler come here for relax and swimming in one of the nature pools here in north Thailand. It’s a nice daytrip if you want to flee from the pollution of Chiang Mai City. The Doi Suthep offer much more than the Monthathan Waterfalls here in Chiangmai in Thailand. It’s easy to reach and it promises an unforgettable day on your travel tour through SE Asia.
MaeYa Waterfall, Doi Inthanon
The Nam Tok MaeYa Fall is with 280 meters the highest waterfall of the Doi Inthanon national park near Chiang Mai in Thailand. This place is one of my favorites at the national park in Thailand’s Chiang Mai province. Here you can relax and listen to the sound of the huge Mae Ya waterfall. The distance from the parking place is about 600 meter through the tight jungle here in north Thailand. The small hiking path is easy to take. On the foot of the MaeYa is a small place to rest and watch the might of the nature. We were visiting the fall in September 2009, and we were the onliest tourists on this peaceful place near Chiangmai. The best way to come here is by motorbike or car because than you can take your time and stay a while on the Nam Tok Maeya. If you come with a tour you have mostly many people around you and less time. I really can recommend to come here if you traveling in north Thailand and want to see the beautiful nature here at Doi Inthanon in this part of Asia.
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One of the Kuang Si Waterfalls near Luang Prabang
The Kuang Si Waterfalls are one of Luang Prabang’s main attractions. About 30 km out of town is the Tat Kuang Park. This park in Laos PDR is captivating with limestone formations, beautiful jungle pools for swimming and of course many nice waterfalls which splash through the national park. The waterfalls of Kuang Si are a nice day excursion from Luang Prabang in Laos PDR. From the center you can take a taxi for about 15000 Lao Kip or you go by motorbike.
Take a fresh bath in one of Kuang Si's nature pools!
For all who want to make sports at holiday is the bike a good option for a pleasure ride through the mountainous land of Laos Luang Prabang province. On the entry of the park are many shops where you can by drinks, souvenirs and lunch. The Entry fee for this great spot in South East Asia is 20000 Kips which is equivalent to around 3-4 US dollar.
Kuang Si, Luang Prabang
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Mae Sa Waterfall, Mae Rim
About six kilometer from the main road from Chiang Mai to Pai in Thailand’s Mae Hong Sorn Province are the Nam Tok MaeSa falls. The waterfalls are easy to reach from Chiang Mai by Songteaw Taxi or Motorbike. On the way you have many options to rest in an orchid or butterfly farm. The fee for the national park was 40 Thai Baht in 2009. At the Mae Sa are many nice waterfalls surrounded by tight forest and old trees, it’s a pleasant walk through the park. The national park comprised about 10 waterfalls. A hiking path tends to all of them. After you can refresh yourself by a cold drink in one of the restaurants or souvenir shops at the entry of the Mae Sa Park near Chiang Mai in north Thailand.
Orchid at Mae Rim
Mor Paeng Waterfall, Pai
The Nam Tok Mor Paeng is about 8 km out of Pai city in Thailand’s Maehongson province. On the way to this peaceful place you will pass Thale Mhog Bungalows and the Chinese village next to Pai. This waterfall is free, but take some money if you want to stop somewhere at one of the restaurants to buy some cool drinks or have lunch. The Mor Paeng waterfall is about 15 meter high and is for me one of Pai’s main attractions. Here you will find a lonely place to read a book, relax or just listen to to sound of nature. The surrounding landscapes are dominated by mountains and high and old trees which spend you shadow from the Asian sun. In front of this waterfall in Mae Hongson province in north Thailand is a jungle pool witch invite the visitors to swim, so toke your swimming gear if you want to refresh under the fresh water of the Nam Tok Mo Paeng. The best way to come here is by bike or motorbike. Have fun and enjoy this great travel destination in north Thailand!
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Kheeri Phet Waterfall
At the morning of the 19th of March 2009, Moun, some friends from Germany and I traveled to the Nam Tok Kheeri Phet Waterfall on Koh Chang’s east coast.We started at Big Elk Bungalows at Klong Prao Beach and drive with the motorbike around Koh Chang in Thailand‘s Trat Province to Salak Phet where the Keeri Peet Waterfall is located. On the way to the Waterfall on Ko Changs East Coast is full of beautiful tropical landscapes, the road runs mostly next to the Gulf of Thailand which allows nice Panoramic Views to the Mainland and some small Islands of the Trat Province. If you are lucky you will see some Orchid blooms and many colorful Butterfly’s. The best time to watch the Namtok Kheeri Phet Waterfall is between April and October in the Rain season. When we traveled there was just a bit of the fresh Jungle Water which is perfect for refreshment after the 1.2 km walk trough the Jungle to this Waterfall in South East Asia. The entry fee for Thailand’s National Park Mu Ko Chang was free. The Nam Tok Keeri Phet is one of my favorites Waterfalls on Chang Island. The water runs down in a small but deep Jungle Pool between the Asian tight Jungle on the Island in the Gulf, just some Backpackers, Tourists and Traveler getting lost on this beautiful nature place, this promise a quiet afternoon picnic on a tropical culisse in Thailand.
Nam Tok Na Muang Waterfall
The Nam Tok Na Muang is the highest Waterfall on the Island Koh Samui in the Gulf of Thailand. It’s about 80 meters high and 10 meters wide. This Waterfall is easy to reach from everywhere on Koh Samui by Taxi or Motorscooter. A sign on the Main road of Thailands second biggest Island will show you the way along nice landscapes and an Elephant Camp. About 600 meter away from the Na Muang Waterfall you can park your Motorbike and buy some Thai Food and cool drinks like water and Pepsi. The walk to the Namtok Na Muang is nice, you walk along a small River in the tight Jungle. If you wear the right shoes you can climb up to the top of this Fall. If you on the top you will find nice Nature Pools with cancers, fishes and turtles for swimming. Here it looks like Paradise, many colorful Butterfly’s fly around and the Insects, Monkeys and Birds sing the song of the Jungle.
Jungle Pool at the Waterfall
Thailands Nam Tok Na Muang Waterfall is a good day trip on the busy Island Koh Samui in Thailand. If you come here in the early morning it’s not that busy like in the afternoon when the tourist masses coming to see this huge Waterfall.
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