Thi Lo Su Waterfall, Umphang

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The Thi Lo Su Waterfall is claimed to be the largest and highest waterfall in Thailand. It stands 250m high and nearly 450m wide on the Mae Klong River, flowing down from Huai Klotho into the Umphang Wildlife Sanctuary in Tak Province in northwestern Thailand.The waterfall has apparently never been surveyed, so the figures given are approximate.
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  • August 9, 2017
    After walking through the jungle for 9 hours in the pouring rain, we made it to the camping nearby the waterfall. The trekking was part of a tour I did. The next morning we set out for the waterfall. ...  more »
  • July 22, 2017
    These are the largest waterfalls in Thailand located along the Burmese border, about 220 km from Tak here you can do rafting - camping - traking in the forrest and admire the true nature it is advisab...  more »
  • July 14, 2017
    We are Thai residents who have our own truck. We did the four plus hour drive from Mae Sot to Umphang and enjoyed the scenery along the way. From our resort, we took the river raft, and the scenery is...  more »
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  • March 12, 2017
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  • July 19, 2017
    Located in the Umphang wildlife sanctuary. Umphang Mon Rack that is one of the largest in Southeast Asia. Cascade flow away from the cliff, 200 m high and up to 400 m wide waterfall rail when tourists will experience a water mist sprays spread throughout. Especially during the rainy season, the waterfall is the more beautiful.
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  • February 9, 2017
    Most large amounts. Water flows do not bend it but see Blanc it enough yak Green.
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  • June 8, 2017
    Thi Lo Su waterfall The largest waterfall in the country, Thailand ... Scenic beauty geek
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  • May 13, 2017
    Pretty bad True to their name, also the largest waterfall in Asia.
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