6 Stunning Waterfalls in Thailand

The “waterfall” is another popular attraction in every season because the natural atmosphere in the waterfall area is very moist and green. Today, ACU PAY would like to recommend 6 gorgeous waterfalls in Thailand. Let’s plan a trip and rest ourselves at these beautiful waterfalls.

1. Thi Lo Su Waterfall

Thi Lo Su Waterfall is a limestone hill waterfall known for being the most beautiful and greatest in Thailand. (also on the world rankings) The origin of the name Thi Lo Su is from Karen’s language, meaning ‘Black Waterfall.’ It’s a well-known waterfall in Thailand, located in Umphang Wildlife Sanctuary. The waterfall had several floors, falling from a high cliff through limestone rocks and green woods. Thi Lo Su waterfall is ideal for visiting from June to November as rain increases the volume of water and is beautiful to see the rainbow leaning over the waterways near the mountains.
Map: https://maps.app.goo.gl/8n6ddJRqDcybcFG17

2. Erawan Waterfall

Erawan Waterfall is a large and stunning waterfall on the Khwae Yai River side, located in Erawan National Park. The waterfall is known as the most beautiful waterfall in Kanchanaburi. The water here is crystal blue because it falls from the limestone hills. Apart from the clarity of water, there are a ;ot of fish living here. It is a waterfall with a very rich nature. There are 7 floors of the waterfall, the first floor is Lai Khuen Rang, the second floor is Wang Macha, the third floor is Pha Nam Tok, the fourth floor is Ok Nang Phee Suea, the fifth floor is Buea Mai Long, the sixth floor is Dongprueksa, and the seventh floor is Phu Pha Erawan. On the 7th floor, the characteristic of flowing water looks like an Erawan elephant’s head, which has 3 heads, so it became the origin of the name “Erawan Waterfalls”.

Map: https://maps.app.goo.gl/6j6Rdi31UjUxk8KR7

3. Mae Ya Waterfall

Mae Ya Waterfall is the largest and highest waterfall out of all waterfalls in Doi Inthanon National Park. Mae Ya Waterfall originated from several creeks, which flow downstream with the Mae Klang River and then flow into Chom Thong District to join the Ping River. The waterfall will flow down a cliff about 280 meters, hitting the layers of rocks, spreading like a water curtain, and flowing down to the lower basin where people can play in the water safely. Mae Ya Waterfalls has running water all year round. If you come in the dry season, the water will be low, but if you come in the rainy season or winter, there will be a lot of water. The atmosphere here is quite shady. It’s another recommended waterfall of Inthanon. If you visit the North, do not forget to go and see the beauty of this waterfall.

Map: https://maps.app.goo.gl/UfobGnJY7C8utXPY9

4. Huay Mae Khamin Waterfall

Huay Mae Khamin Waterfall is the second most beautiful water in Kanchanaburi. It is a stream that flows from upstream of the Kala Mountains which is a dry evergreen forest located in the east of Khuean Srinagarindra National Park and flows down to the Khuean Srinagarindra reservoir. There are 7 floors; the first floor is Dong Wan, the second floor is Man Khamin, the third floor is Wang Pha, the fourth floor is Chat Kaew, the fifth floor is Lai Jon Long, the sixth floor is Dong Phi Seua and the seventh floor is Rom Klao. It is considered to be a beautiful waterfall with different characteristics on each floor, together with the beautiful surrounding atmosphere, shady and rich. This is also a waterfall that can be visited all year round, but it is more beautiful in the rainy season.

Map: https://maps.app.goo.gl/QfhZUWmbuDPtUPr8A

5. Mae Surin Waterfall

Namtok Mae Surin National Park is the number one national park in Thailand, located in the north of Mae Hong Son, in the northwest of the country. This is Thailand’s most mountainous area with amazing scenery. Mae Surin Waterfalls is the highlight of the park. It is a very beautiful single-floor waterfall with flowing water all year round. It is considered one of the highest waterfalls in the country. It originated from the Surin River. Its surrounding nature is a steep mountain, flowing down from a cliff about 180-200 meters high. It is located about 38 kilometers away from Khun Yuam District and has a steep path that is challenging for tourists.

Map: https://maps.app.goo.gl/R2tqJ91pJaVaDAQi6

6. Sai Yok Yai Waterfall

Sai Yok Yai Waterfall, also known as Khao Jone Waterfall, is located in Sai Yok National Park.It is a single-floor waterfall with approximately 8 meters in height. There is a water source from the mountain forest, which is the same as the Sai Yok Noi Waterfalls that has been absorbed underground, become underground water, and springs up as a natural fountain in the forest of Sai Yok National Park, which flows into two clear streams: Sai Yok Yai Waterfall and Sai Yok Noi Waterfall. There will be a lot of water in the rainy season. Sai Yok Yai Waterfall is another amazing waterfall in Kanchanaburi which is very beautiful and different from other places. The front of the waterfall is a Khwae river and the top of the waterfall is covered with a variety of trees that provide shade and beauty. It also receives a lot of popularity from both Thais and foreigners, and there is water all year round. Anyone who would like to visit during the rainy season have to be extra careful.

Map: https://maps.app.goo.gl/tXtaxvHQc4pKS2Wg8

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