Mae Surin Waterfall (Nam Tok Mae Surin) is the focal point of Mae Surin National Park, a park covering an area of around 400 square kilometers which houses Thanon Tongchai - a range with peaks ranging up to 1,700 meters above sea level. The streams provided by these peaks feed into the Pai River which runs directly through the park. The Pai feeds Mae Surin - a single tier waterfall falling 100 meters over a cliff face onto rocks. It is one of the highest waterfalls in Thailand and getting to the waterfall you pass Karen and Hmong hill tribe villages.
Details: The rainy season (mid-May to mid-October) is probably the best time of year to go to the waterfall.
How to get there: From Kun Yuam district on highway 108 around 60 kilometers to the gravel road about 30 kilometers to entrance.