The waterfall in Doi Inthanon has countless visitors every year. Doi Inthanon National Park It is a popular tourist destination in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Because there are many attractions to choose from and they are surrounded by beautiful nature. There are also many facilities that cater to tourists. And there are many activities for tourists to choose from. This article is for those who love beautiful waterfalls. At Doi Inthanon National Park, it is filled with many beautiful waterfalls waiting for tourists who love to get exciting experiences and enjoy the great atmosphere of real nature. Let’s check out the beautiful waterfall and plan to visit it on your next trip.
Mae Klang Waterfall
Mae Klang Waterfall is a big waterfall with water flowing throughout the whole year. Many big swimming pools can be found in. But the stream is so strong during the rainy season that it can be dangerous to swim. Mae Klang Waterfall is in the east of the national park. Visitors can travel From Chom Thong-Doi Inthanon Road, about km 8 before reaching the national park checkpoint. Then turn left for about 1 kilometer to reach Mae Klang Waterfall. You can walk along the walking path to the visitor center. Which is located approximately 400 meters from Mae Klang Waterfall, through the weir mine and Pha Khanna paintings.
Mae Ya Waterfall
Mae Ya Waterfall is a big waterfall in the south of the National Park.Mae Ya creek originated flows down 30 levels, a total of about 260 meters above sea level, and is reported to be the country’s most lovely waterfall. The waterfall stretches for 100 meters during the rainy season. The water quantity may decrease in the dry season. But the cascade is clearer. Mae Ya Waterfall is located in the southern part of the national park area. When entering Chom Thong – Yod Doi Inthanon Road for about 1 kilometer, there will be a left turn for about 14 kilometers.
Wang Kuai Waterfall
Wang Kwai Waterfall is a favorite waterfall for tourists to play with their children. The elegant water flows through a big stone courtyard and meanders. The fine seeded sand of the cascade. The Wang Kwai Waterfall can be reached by visitors from Chiang Mai City, about 67.7 kilometres. Drive along Chiang Mai Road to Chom Thong Market. Then take a right onto Chom Thong – Inthanon Road, about 9.7 km away.
There is a large parking lot adjacent to the road that is paved. There can be about thirty cars parked. There’s a lot of restaurant services like grilled chicken Sticky rice, papaya salad and so on. The toilets in the visitor center near the cascade can be used to tourists.
The Wachirathan Waterfall was later renamed after the royal title of King Rama 10, formerly known as “Tad Kong Yong.” It is a large, about 70-80 meter high waterfall from Mae Klang Creek. The cascade is 750 meters high. From the cliff the river falls into the bottom basin. Water runs throughout the year. A lovely rainbow is shown over the stream in the sun light when the water droplets hit. On the other side of the cliff is “Pha Mon Kaew” or “Pha Wan Kaew,” a steep cliff. The waterfall is located 81,2 kilometers from the District of Mueang Chiang Mai, at km 20,7 of Highway 1009 with a right turn. Drive along a winding road to Wachirathan Waterfall for approximately 250 metres.
The visitors can be served in restaurants/shops. Access conditions are steep, the road surface rough, and caution only allows access to personal cars and motorcycles. A crushed patio is the parking lot. There can be some 50 cars parked. The cleaning rest room separates the toilets for men and women.
This waterfall originally came from the Mae Klang River to be called the “Pa Kha Waterfall.” In the Chom Thong District of Chiang Mai Province, Doi Inthanon River flows to the Mae Ping River. The Queen visited the waterfall on 28 March 2002 and called “Sirithan Waterfall” It is about 22 km from this waterfall. It is a very beautiful waterfall that runs from a large rock cliff about 50 meters high from the base, into two levels. A lot of water and a large flow are available all year long. The waterfall’s sound can be heard from afar. It is about 870 meters high above sea level. On March 28, B.E. 2002, the waterfall was open to tourist. The waterfall is one of the major sights for Thai and foreign tourists to visit a lot to discover the beauty of the waterfall from a large cliff of rock.
The Mae Klang River Basin and Chom Thong district are also beneficial to the people. People consume water and farming, and many aquatic animals such as frogs, tadpoles, many fish species and rare fish, such as bat fish, also have habitat for them. The scientific name for Batfish in honor of Thailand is Oreoglanis siamensis. The forest is a mixed feeding forest with dry evergreen forest. The pine, teng, nest, scaly, resin, and several orchid species, etc., with high biodiversity are important vegetations. It is a major source of food, such as wild figs, wild bananas, bamboo shoots, rattan shoots, eggplants, Centella asiatica leaves, vegetables, sweet vegetables. They provide a source of wildlife. Moreover, there are numerous food worms, such as bamboo worms, silk worms, spiders, spids, crickets, spiders and spiders as well as an important source of medicinal herbs.
On Highway 108, turn right onto Highway No. 1009 (Chomthong Road, Doi Inthanon) approximately 23 kilometers away from the Sirithan Waterfall, where the dirt road crosses for around 100 yards down to the left, then reaches the viewpoint of Sirithan Waterfall.
Pha Dok Siaw Waterfall
Waterfall, Pha Dok Siew. It is a 10-level waterfall in the Ban Mae Klang Luang woodlands located in the National Park Doi Inthanon. The waterfall has become a popular tourist destination because many movies have been filmed. But it’s hard to get to the waterfall. The Pha Dok Siew Waterfall Nature Trail has therefore been developed to give all travelers the chance to discover the rich nature. And experience the life of Baan Klang Luang villagers more
Tourists must go to Ban Mae Klang Luang Ecotourism Center to travel to Pha Dok Siew Waterfall. Located in the center of the National Park Doi Inthanon. Here we contact a tour guide for 200 baht per group, not more than 10 people per group. You will find our guide to Pha Dok Siew Waterfall Nature Trail. Ban Mae Klang Luang atmosphere This is a very nice place. The views of the neatly lined rice patio can be enjoyed by visitors for some time. In particular during harvest season Rice fields will turn into a sparkling gold color and will be very beautiful and will experience Pgaknyau Tribe’s way of life to show us Even the quality of their lives will improve over time. They have not yet renounced simple, traditional ways of life like coffee plantations and farming, which are another attraction when visiting this village.
Pha Dok Siew Waterfall has ten levels, the most beautiful site in Pha Dok Siew Waterfall from the 9th floor down to the 7th level, and a bamboo bridge will run through the river. The Bamboo bridge gives you a panoramic view of the water that runs down 20 meters high from the cliff and is surrounded by lush plant nature. It is also a popular photo spot for tourists, as well as being the most beautiful view of the waterfall.
Siriphum Waterfall is a 2 river waterfall flowing along a very beautiful long distance from a steep cliff. It can be seen at a distance of about 31 kilometers from Ban Khun Klang on Highway 1009. Tourists must pass the flower garden of the Royal Inthanon project, established to support hilly tribe people, for approximately 1 kilometer. These waterfalls run down a beautiful long path, formerly called Lao Lue by the name of the village Hmong which lived in the vicinity of the waterfall, through the steep cliffs. The Inthanon Royal Project Development Center is under operation, subsequently renamed according to the royal name of the Thai dynasty, presenting Siriphum Waterfall landscaping Suan Luang Siriphum.
The Waterfall of Siriphum The Highway 108 (Chiang Mai road), located 91.5 km from Mueang Chiang Mai District, is about 58 km long, turn right on Highway No. 1009 (Chomthong road, Doi Inthanon), approx. 31.5 km.
There are 20 personal cars on the paved parking lot and 4 bathrooms with cleaning service.
Mae Pan Waterfall
The deep nature of the great forest, rich in plants of many kinds. The river flows into the mountains and is surrounded with lush forests for visitors up to 4 floors. The waterfall is over 100 meters high and from a distant point of view it is visible. Remove from the Mae Pan Waterfall National Park or walk along the Mae Pan Waterfall (Pha Samran Nature Trail), about 400 meters away from the area.
It is situated about 105.5 kilometers away from Chiang Mai on Highway 108 (Chiang Mai) road. Turn left onto highway No. 1009 (Chomthong Road, Doi Inthanon) for approximately 39 kilometers and there is a connection to Mae Chaem District. Mae Pan Waterfall is about 58 kilometers away. Mae Chaem for approximately 6.5 km and turn left for Doi Inthanon, then go right to Huai Sai Lueang Waterfall for around 2 kilometers. It could be a bit difficult to get to Mae Pan Waterfall. Parking on the Huai Sai Lueang Waterfall is required for visitors. Then walk 10 minutes to get there.
Hua Sai Loung Waterfall
Waterfall Hua Sai Loung. It is the hotel’s closest waterfall. There’s a story In the past, when it rained, the grains of yellow sand came through the water. It is like a valuable gold grain. The story came from the waterfall name.
Waterfall Hua Sai Loung is locating 105.5 kilometers away from Mueang Chiang Mai District along Chiang Mai Road, about 39 kilometers along Chiang Mai Road. Turn right on Highway No1009 (Chomthong Road, Doi Inthanon). The link to Mae Chaem district is approximately 6.5 kilometers, then turn left on the road to Doi Inthanon from Mae Chaem. Take the protection unit right then. Mae Pan Waterfall national park and Hua Sai Loung Waterfall are approximately 2 km.
There is a permanent camp building to study nature for groups. There may be a special lecture for 80 or 100 people. Nature Study Group activities and attendance at an environmental study camp from 6.00 to 9.00 p.m. daily.