Huay Mae Khamin Waterfalls is a spectacular natural cascade of water located within the heart of Khuean Srinagarindra National Park. It is situated at Sai Yok, a part of the Thong Pha Phum and Si Sawat districts. At a distance of 150 kilometres to the North West of Kanchanaburi town, the seven-tier waterfall is known for its seclusion and fantastic splendour.
Divided into 7 tiers, each of which has a different name and beauty. The park has made walking trails to go up to see each floor of the waterfall and is also a natural walking route. Is a waterfall that can travel all year round.
Nature lovers and those looking for some peace favour it over the other heavily commercialised tourist spots in Thailand. The waterfall is fed by the mountain streams located high on the eastern side of the National Park. The surrounding cover of thick bamboo forests and banyan trees makes it a magical area quite unlike any other. The water descends 1.8 kilometres through seven distinct levels until it flows into River Kwai Yai. There are rocky shelves encountered along the way with numerous small pools formed in between.
While Khuean Srinagarindra National Park is open year-round, the most ideal time to visit the Huay Mae Khamin Waterfall is in September and October. These months provide the best balance between water levels, weather and crowd sizes.
Not powerful as other famous waterfalls in the world, Huay Mae Khamin is lively enough for visitors to fully feel the unspoiled beauty of the landscape.
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