These Waterfalls In Thailand Are As Beautiful As Its Shores

Synonymous with stunning beaches, Thailand's natural beauty attracts hordes of visitors. But while you are in search of the most beautiful shores, don't miss out on the equally enchanting waterfalls hidden deep into the forests. Here are three you must check out on your next trip
These Waterfalls In Thailand Are As Beautiful As Its Shores
These Waterfalls In Thailand Are As Beautiful As Its Shores

Thailand is widely recognised for its stunning natural beauty, and among its many impressive features, its waterfalls truly stand out. The country is home to some of the most magnificent and awe-inspiring waterfalls in the world, each one a spectacle of cascading water and lush greenery. From the thundering power of the Erawan Falls to the serene beauty of the&nbspMae Ya Falls, these natural wonders never fail to leave visitors breathless with wonder and amazement. Whether you're a nature lover, an adventure seeker, or simply in search of a peaceful retreat, Thailand's waterfalls are a must-see destination.

Erawan Waterfall

Erawan National Park is home to the breathtaking Erawan waterfall, a popular tourist destination cherished for its stunning natural beauty. Comprising seven unique tiers, each named after the seven-headed God Erawan, the waterfall is adorned with lush vegetation and limestone rocks. While the lower tiers tend to be crowded, the higher tiers offer a peaceful and serene experience. The park features several hiking trails that lead to the higher tiers, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in the waterfall's beauty fully. The park also serves as a wonderful picnic spot amidst the lush forest and flowing waters. It's important to note that the waterfall area can get quite busy on weekends and during the holiday season, so it's best to plan accordingly before visiting.

Mae Ya Waterfall

Located in northern Thailand, Mae Ya Waterfall is known for its beauty. The waterfall is located within the premises of the Doi Inthanon National Park, which also happens to be the highest mountain in Thailand. To reach the waterfall, you will first have to drive through breathtaking lush forests and local villages, which is a euphoric feeling. After entering the Doi Inthanon National Park, you'll first have to purchase a ticket to witness the majestic Mae Ya waterfall. The trail that connects the park to the waterfall is around 800 metres long, and it takes around 20-25 minutes to reach the Mae Ya waterfall from the park. On your way to the waterfall, you'll pass through enchanting forests and rustic wooden bridges, and this stunning trail will lead you to the Mae Ya waterfall. The Mae Ya waterfall is surrounded by moss-covered rocks, dense forests, and tropical vegetation that makes you feel like you've set foot into paradise. The base of the waterfall has several pools that have formed over time due to the flow of the water, and these pools serve as a great relaxing pool area for people to relax after a fulfilling hike.

Bang Pae Waterfall

Located in the northern part of Phuket Island, the Bang Pae waterfall is a multi-tiered waterfall amidst the most serene and peaceful dense forests. Apart from its scenic beauty, what makes this waterfall a favourite among so many visitors is its association with the Gibbon Rehabilitation Project. The Gibbon Rehabilitation project is an initiative that aims to rehabilitate as well as rescue gibbons that have become orphaned or have been captivated. The Bang Pae waterfall is located within the Khao Phra Thaeo National Park. It has various hiking trails that provide visitors with a spectacular opportunity to enjoy the mesmerising beauty of flora and fauna on their way to the Bang Pae waterfall. The crystal-clear waters make up for an excellent relaxing swim and a serene picnic spot where one can enjoy the beauty of the waterfall while having a bite however, be careful as there are quite a few notorious monkeys who might not shy away from grabbing a bite. Whether you're on an adventure, an exploration, or want to relax, the Bang Pae waterfall is the spot that just won't disappoint. 

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