Mae Ya Waterfall

Mae Ya Waterfall in Doi Inthanon National Park

Mae Ya waterfall is one of the most attractive landmarks, which can be seen in Northern Thailand. There in the wild jungle of Thailand is the National Park Doi Inthanon. Mae Ya waterfall is the biggest, which falls within its borders.

This beautiful area can be reached easily from the village of Chom Thong, which is located only 12 millimeters from Mae Ya Falls on the main highway.

Mae Ya Waterfall in Doi Inthanon National Park

Mae Ya waterfall is the natural pride of Chiang Mai province. Many do believe that Mae is a worthy rival in beauty for the most charming waterfall Thi Lo Su. With its 260 m height Mae Ya waterfall is in the top position among the highest waterfalls in the country.

Its dimensions are truly spectacular, and even more impressive is its appearance, composed of dozens of small cascades and water jets, which flow on the basis of the step-rock waterfall. The width of waterfall is about 100 meters, which alone is admirable.

People spend long hours walking and contemplating the pictures of this landmark. The staggered series of rocks is the most spectacular in the largest part of the waterfall where the water falls from a height of 40 meters.

National Park Doi Inthanon is entirely suitable for tourist visits. There is a good base that provides easy procurement of food or beverages. In the area of the waterfall are beautiful and pleasant shady places that are a perfect spot for picnics or outings.

This beautiful scenery is a favorite for many families in Thailand who go there with their children. For visitors to the waterfall it has a special pool at the bottom of the natural landmark built that is shallow and safe.

From the very parking lot, where you can leave your car, a beautiful view of the Upper Falls of the Mae Ya waterfall is present. After the parking, just 600 meters further down the sloping path leads to the water phenomenon.



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