Waterfalls in Chiang Mai

Here is the list of 4 Waterfalls in Chiang Mai

1. Bua Tong Sticky Waterfalls, Chiang-mai

Bua Tong Waterfalls in Chiang Mai is one of those places where you will encounter nature at its purest and rawest form. It is Thailand’s most peerless location, one: a traveller must never miss out on. Also known as the Sticky Waterfalls, this location is just about an hour and a half away towards the north from the old city of Chiang Mai.

2. Mae Sa Waterfall, Chiang-mai

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Mae Sa Waterfall is an eight level waterfall set amidst the lush rainforests of Mae Sa. Visitors can picnic near the lower waterfalls, or trek upwards to the higher tiers which are uncrowded and peaceful. There are several vendors around who sell local street food delicacies that tourists can enjoy. The surrounding Mae Sa valleys also offer opportunities for adventure activities.

3. Huay Kaew Waterfall, Chiang-mai

A seasonal waterfall, the Huay Kaew Waterfall is the closest waterfall to the Chiang Mai City, located at the bottom of the Doi Suthep Mountain Range National Park, right next to the Chiang Mai Zoo. One of the major attractions of this place is the breathtaking view from the waterfall, which are picturesque because of its natural beauty.

4. Bua Tong Sticky Waterfalls

Bua Tong Waterfalls in Chiang Mai is one of those places where you will encounter nature at its purest and rawest form. It is Thailand’s most peerless location, one: a traveller must never miss out on. Also known as the Sticky Waterfalls, this location is just about an hour and a half away towards the north from the old city of Chiang Mai. This place located far from the city makes an ideal location for locals to spend a relaxing and calming weekend at. Bua Tong is a scenic waterfall made from deposits of limestone and various other minerals. The waterfall also derives its nickname ‘sticky waterfall’ as the limestone generate plenty of friction to prevent you from slipping over the watery rocks. This makes it an easy task to climb to the top of the waterfall with the support of ropes.

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