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Mor Paeng Waterfall, Pai

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Waterfall Nature / Park
The scenic hike to Mor Paeng Waterfall and the panoramic view from the height of the rock make this a rewarding attraction from start to finish. Take the easy walking trail through lush forestry to the fall. The water rushes down a crevice in the gently sloping rock face, creating a shallow swimming pool below. Bring your bathing suit to dip into the cool waters, or picnic on the rocks while taking in some of the sun's rays. Note that the highly popular waterfall tends to get crowded as the day goes on. Put Mor Paeng Waterfall on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Pai vacation generator.
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  • Some of the views from the waterfall are incredible. The greenery, wildlife, rocks and positioning of the waterfall amongst all of this is stunning. The downside for me, was that whilst visiting the w...  more »
  • We went between 2 and 4pm and it seemed to be peak visiting time for many young travellers. Despite that it was a lovely area. The sound of the water and the nature around was lovely and we sat with o...  more »
  • Wasn't overly impressive, very small and was more water down a slant than an actual waterfall. Water was lovely and clear though  more »
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  • Great waterfalls, Ive been twice and it was really nice. A lot of people to hangout with. There is a little restaurant where you can eat or buy water. Easily accessible with a little walk in the forest.
  • Not very exciting. Multi tier waterfall but not much more than a small splash. Watch out; slippery rocks. Waterfall is partly fed by water from pipes (at least, I hope it's water). There are restrooms here (squat toilets) and a small food shop. Please don't leave your trash here, there's a lot lying around.
  • Bit of a drive out for a simple waterfall. You can slide off the falls into some shallow water but there is almost nothing else to see. Would suggest another great waterfall in the area or some of the hot springs
  • Nice place to chill for a while. Runs a little dry in high season, if you want to swim I'd suggest PamBok waterfall instead. Both are 2 mins walk away from carpark area.
  • The pools of the waterfall are really nice to sit in on a hot day. For us the drive to them was the best about them though.