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Mok Fa Waterfall is in the area of Doi Suthep-Doi Pui National Park. It is located on the Mae Malai–Pai road about 40 minutes from Chiang Mai. The waterfall is surrounded with lush green trees and is a peaceful picnic spo
Doi Suthep-Pui National Park, Mae Malai-Pai Rd, Chiang Mai 50000, Thailand
We decided to visit Mork Fa waterfall to get away from the city for a bit. It is a bout 40 minutes outside Chiang Mai proper down highway 107 and 1095. The final stretch of road is steep and windy so if you are on...More
Entrance fee- 100Thb/pp
Came here in the morning and the morning and the surrounding was perfectly peaceful. 5 mins walk from the entrance. Proper footwear is advised as it’s quite slippery. Public toilet well taken care of.
On the road from Pai to Chiang Mai i came across this waterfall.
Entrance was 120 baht including my scooter. It was a 5 minutes walk from the parkingspot, and it was veey slippery at some places. The waterfall itself is nice, but that's it....More
This place is one of hundreds throughout Thailand which discriminate against foreign visitors by asking them to pay MUCH more than Thai visitors. The Tourism Authority of Thailand acknowledge that this policy is technically illegal yet will not raise a finger to eliminate it. The...More
I love waterfalls so I tried to visit as many as posible! This one was great cause there was not a lot of people and it was beautiful. You can swim in it and even stand right under the waterfall. This would be a great...More
I was traveling from Pai back to Chiang Mai and stopped to see the waterfall. I was skeptical of the entrance fee 100 baht but quickly paid because that is only $3.00 US. It is about a 5-10 minute walk to the waterfall. Make sure...More
Visited this site, one of many in Thailand, some far more beautiful. it is a vast Park with ample camping facilities but given the existence of more such places around Thailand this is not worth the journey unless you have never seen a waterfall and...More
I enjoyed this small twins waterfall and its rainbow . There’s a pool you can swim in albeit a bit cold. And a small cave at the side, past a bamboo bridge, that you can explore. Use your torches to spot the bats hanging under