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Absolutes Highlight unseres Roadtrips von Chiang Mai nach Koh Phangan. Der Thi Lo Su Wasserfall liegt ziemlich abseits und vermutlich werden die wenigsten Thailand-Touristen ihn deshalb jemals zu Gesi... more »The absolute highlight of our road trip from Chiang Mai to Koh Phangan. Waterfall is the Thi Lo Su pretty far away and probably the least Thailand tourists are therefore ever get him to face. The arrival of Mae Sot from about 1090 and their 1219 the total distance from Mae Sot to Umphang is curves (distributed on some 115 km) - 166 km long and it takes approximately 2.5 3 hours for this even at brisk (Western) driving. An overnight stay in Umphang is therefore a must. From Umphang, there are up to the Thi Lo Su waterfall again about 42 km, 26 km on an unpaved jungle trail, you can drive only with an off-roader (4WD is advised - the track has it all and is very heavily washed out). In some few, particularly critical places, short pieces are sometimes even paved, but that is the exception. When it rains (or rain) is the route for self-drive tend not to recommend. Who is on the road with a SUV/off-road vehicles and dares to the 26 km (not for beginners with off-road routes), which can be for 430 THB (car + 2 persons) in approximately 2 hours from the base station from (buy ticket here, the Dchungelpiste is limited, normal cars are not allowed). Who has no all-terrain vehicle, which can make everywhere a tour to the waterfall in Umphang - the price is per person to 2,500 THB. Worth the way - even if the 2 hour off-road are fairly exhausting for the driver and you will be shaken properly. It is advisable to go as soon as possible. The barrier will open at 8:00. We left at 9:30 by the base station and have needed just under two hours on the way. Go early also means that there is no oncoming traffic on the route. Oncoming traffic on the narrow slope washed out is no fun. Brought the 26 km behind, there are walk (ironically on a fully paved road) from the parking lot about 2 km down to the lowest level of Thi Lo Su. Already the lowest level is impressive: the water plunges nearly 200 m vertically in several places the mountain – this is only the beginning. Explorers will forward continue to work themselves through various trails through multiple levels, and each level is more beautiful than the previous one. You can here also great splash in the cool waters and jump down around 4-5 daring from the 2nd level m. (Bad clothes attract the best already in the parking lot). The ascent of the (partially steep) trails worth - the right side not overlooked, also here there are multiple and small pool below the water masses that fall from the mountain, where you can bathe in great to explore great place. The Thi Lo Su you can spend easily 2-3 hours, before you all admired and photographed. That is also one reason why you should go relatively early - the difficult path back will be tackled again. Also, many of the paid tours to so that it is sometimes slightly full (and more difficult, beautiful images without getting tourists) come around 12:30 / 13:00. We left again shortly before 14:00 of the Thi Lo Su. Around this time cars in and on the way back coming jungle trail met always still occasionally three pickups/SUVs us - fortunately always in places where it came still fairly well together. To the base station, we have required also just under 2 hours for the return trip. Worth the effort? In any case. We are fans of the waterfall and have visited many waterfalls in Thailand. There are waterfalls, which are made more impressive by the mass of water and the sheer size (E.g. Mae Ya waterfall) but none can it with the look and the beauty of the many levels of the Thi Lo Su record. A great waterfall. For fans of this nature plays a must and certainly one of the highlights in Thailand.View original
Long trip but the actual walking to the waterfall is quite easy. Love the experience and happy we did the trip. Nature is spectacular.
We were in Mae Sot and wanted to go to see the world's 6th largest waterfall at Thi Lo Su. But later we found out that we would have to drive 5 to 6 hours south of Mae Sot and then hire another 4 whee... more »
It's a cool trip to go there. Needs a lot of time. 24km away from the main road. And you need at least 2 hours with a 4x4 Pickup car. It's the most beautiful waterfall in Thailand
Magnificent view and worth the trip!
Most amazing waterfall ever seen
One of the best place to visit in the Thailand
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