Nam Tok Mae Surin

Mae Hong Son Province

The 100m-high Nam Tok Mae Surin, located in the mountainous Mae Surin National Park, is reportedly Thailand’s highest waterfall. It's at its most impressive during the rainy season (June to September). The park is about 32km northeast of Khun Yuam and you'll need private transport to get here.

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