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Siriphum Waterfall

The Siriphum waterfall is one of the most captivating natural attractions south of Chiang Mai.

Located within the Doi Inthanon National Park, these are the third and last of all the major falls that you’ll find as you head up to the peak of the park.

Siriphum Waterfall Hours, Prices & Address, Doi Inthanon National Park

The falls are only accessible by foot via a moderate but enjoyable hike. It is found near the Hmong Village, and once you get there it provides an opportunity to bathe in cool waters with fresh mountain air. After an arduous hike through the Doi Inthanon National Park, these waterfalls will be an extremely refreshing part of your journey. Guests are more than welcome to spend a few hours relaxing and having a picnic by the falls. There are some vendors selling food and drink on the way, but you can also bring your own.

Other nearby falls include Mae Klang; a large waterfall and one of the easiest to get to as well because it is located near the first gate entering the park. This is a popular spot for the locals who come to picnic and enjoy its waters throughout the year. Next to Mae Klang is the Borichinda Cave; a stunning limestone cave with amazing stalagmites and stalactites. Walk a little further inside and you’ll discover a small stream as well. During sunny days, the cave’s crystals seem to glitter in the sunlight.

After that, there is also the beautiful Wachirathan; another massive waterfall that can be accessed by using a short hiking trail that starts in the Doi Inthanon National Park parking lot. If you catch it when it’s blanketed in a fine mist, it will be one of the most fascinating sights you’ll ever see.

To get to the Siriphum waterfall and these other incredible attractions within the Doi Inthanon National Park, you can take a songthaew or taxi from Chiang Mai.

Address
Off Route 1009,
Doi Inthanon National Park
Ban Luang, Chom Thong

Opening Hours
Mon - Sun: 5:30am - 6:30pm

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