Mae Ya Waterfall is a 40m tall 100m wide spreading waterfall in Doi Inthanon National Park that we think is every bit as impressive as the Thi Lo Su Waterfall.
The Mae Klang Waterfall is a 25-30m multi-tiered waterfall towards the base of Doi Inthanon Mountain (Thailand’s highest peak) accessed by a short path.
The Wachirathan Waterfall is a powerful 80m falls that was the second waterfall we saw on the way up to the summit of Doi Inthanon, which was easy to visit.
The Siriphum Waterfall is a pair of tall twin waterfalls on the slopes of Doi Inthanon. We saw them from a side road deviating from the one accessing the peak.
The Mork Fa Waterfall is a 60m plunging falls accessed by a short walk that included Ob-Noi Waterfall in Doi Suthep-Pui National Park near Pong Dueat Geyser.
The Mae Sa Waterfall is a series of 9 or 10 signed waterfalls spaced anywhere between 100m to 500m apart from each other, many of which are swimming holes.