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Thailand Waterfalls : In this article you will find some of the best waterfalls in Thailand with pictures and a short guide.

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Thailand Waterfalls featured in order:

  • Erawan Waterfall – Kachanaburi
  • Khlong Chak Waterfall – Koh Lanta
  • Mae Ya Waterfall, Chiang Mai
  • Bang Pae Waterfall, Phuket
  • Haew Suwat Waterfall, Khao Yai National Park
  • Haew Narok Waterfall, Khao Yai National Park
  • Pha Charoen Waterfall, Namtok Pha Charoen National Park
  • Pha Dok Siew Waterfall, Chiang Mai
  • Pam Bok Waterfall, Pai

Also see: The best Waterfalls in BaliThe best Waterfalls in Lombok 


1. Erawan Waterfall – Kachanaburi

Thailand Waterfalls

Photo by: @amyleehufouye

Where: Erawan Waterfall is located in Erawan National Park – Kachanaburi, Thailand, which is about 168km northwest of Bangkok. (See on map)

How to get there: There’s a local bus in Kachanaburi that will take you to the park. It costs about 50 baht to ride and you can hop on just by standing on the side of the road. But be careful as the bus does not really stop for you to hop in.

Price: 300 baht to enter Erawan National Park. Be sure to have cash on hand as there are no ATMs on the park grounds.

 


2. Khlong Chak Waterfall – Koh Lanta

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Photo by: @jossshp

 

Thailand Waterfalls

Photo by: @sarisaraa_

Where: Khlong Chak Waterfall is a beautiful waterfall in the jungle of Koh Lanta. The Khlong Chak Waterfall is located on the south tip of Koh Lanta and you need to hike through the jungle to reach it.

How to get there: There is no need for a guide to reach Khlong Chak Waterfall. Drive a car / scooter to the entrance and follow the signs. The signs starts at the beginning of the trail and then you just follow the river. The hike is between 20-30 minutes depending on your stamina and tempo.

Price: No Entrace fee. Parking: 20 Baht parking for scooters / 40 Baht for cars.


 

3. Mae Ya Waterfall, Chiang Mai

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Photo by: @iiandy12

Where: Mae Ya Waterfall is located in Doi Inthanon National Park 45 kilometres from Chiang Mai.

How to get there: The best way to get to Mae Ya Waterfall is to rent a car or scooter and drive there. It is a 2 hour drive from Chiang Mai. If you’re not comfortable with driving you can rent a car with driver.

Price: 200 baht entrance fee





Thailand Waterfalls 4: Bang Pae Waterfall, Phuket

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Photo by: @georg_ya

Where: Bang Pae Waterfall is located in Khao Phra Thaeo National Park, north of Phuket Town. It is the biggest waterfall in Phuket.

How to get there: There is a 15 minutes hike from the entrance. The hike is quite easy, but look out for slippery rocks.

Price: 200 baht entrance fee


5. Haew Suwat Waterfall, Khao Yai National Park

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Picture by: @kerry_streetwise

Where: Haew Suwat Waterfall, know from the movie ‘The Beach’ with Leonardo DiCaprio, is located in Khao Yai National Park, Pak Chong. 

How to get there: Pak Chong is about 3 hours from Bangkok. Haew Suwat Waterfall is only 100 meters from the parking lot. Or a 3-kilometre walk from another waterfall in the area, Pha Kluai Mai.

Price: The entrance fee to Khao Yai National Park is 400 baht.


6. Haew Narok Waterfall, Khao Yai National Park

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Picture by: @hanna_owld

Where: Haew Narok Waterfall is located in Khao Yai National Park, Pak Chong. 

How to get there: 1-kilometre easy hike from the parking area.

Price: The entrance fee to Khao Yai National Park is 400 baht.





7. Pha Charoen Waterfall, Namtok Pha Charoen National Park

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Photo by: @georgedejavu

Where: Pha Charoen Waterfall is located in Namtok Pha Charoen National Park in the Phop Phra District, Tag Province.

How to get there: The best way is to drive there, or hire a driver. The waterfall is just a few meters from the parking area.


Thailand Waterfalls 8: Pha Dok Siew Waterfall, Chiang Mai

Where: Pha Dok Siew Waterfall is located in Doi Inthanon National Park, Chiang Mai.

How to get there: You need to hike for 15-20 minutes to reach this waterfall. You can walk without a guide, but most visitors join a tour group to reach it.

Price: The entrance fee to Doi Inthanon National Park is 200 baht.


9. Pam Bok Waterfall, Pai

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Photo by: @sarahgreatley

Where: Pam Bok Waterfall is located 8 kilometres out of Pai, on the road to Chiang Mai.

How to get there: Rent a scooter and drive from Pai. It will take you about 15-20 minutes and there will be signs on the way. You can park close to the waterfall.

Price: Free, but you can give donations.

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