Top things to do

Waterfall in Um Phang & Around

Nam Tok Thilawsu

Located in the Um Phang Wildlife Sanctuary, this waterfall is Thailand’s largest, measuring an estimated 200m high and up to 400m wide during the rainy season.
Nature Reserve in Um Phang & Around

Um Phang Wildlife Sanctuary

The Nam Tok Thilawsu falls are near the headquarters of the Um Phang Wildlife Sanctuary, which is about 50km from Um Phang, towards Sangkhlaburi in Kanchanaburi Province.The wildlife sanctuary links with the Thung Y…
Thai in Um Phang & Around

Wae Kam Der

One of the better eateries in town, the ladies here do a couple kà·nŏm·jeen (fresh rice noodles served with curry) dishes du jour, as well as a menu of Thai-style salads. Look for the semi-open structure with clay p…
Thai in Um Phang & Around

Evening Market

On Friday or Saturday evenings during the tourist season (approximately November to February), there’s a small but good evening market.
Cafe in Um Phang & Around

Ban Kru Sun

Owned by a Thai musician, this souvenir shop also does decent coffee and other drinks.
Cave in Um Phang & Around

Tham Ta Khu Bi

From Ban Mae Klong Mai, just a few kilometres north of Um Phang via the highway to Mae Sot, Rte 1167 heads southwest along the Thai–Myanmar border. Along the way is the cave system of Tham Ta Khu Bi, which in Karen …
Buddhist Temple in Um Phang & Around

Wat Phanit

A Buddhist temple in Um Phang.