Touring Thailand


Mae Sa Falls

Mae Sa Valleys first attraction on the 1096 west is the Mae Sa Falls. Also known as the Mae Sa Waterfalls. The waterfalls are fairly small but attractive enough. There are several (about 4 or 5) that start near the car/bike park and run up the hillside.

It's quite a hike to the rest of the waterfalls, but there are steps and wooden platforms that will assist the climb. The pathway is on the left-hand side of the waterfalls and it tends to be in the shade from late morning onwards so the heat isn't too oppressive.
The Thais are good, hard workers in the outdoors environment and the Mae Sa Falls rangers are no exception. Riders got a great shot of one of the thai rangers cutting back some foiliage and a cheery wave after he'd taken it!
Good candid camera moment!

This next set of waterfalls are some of the most impressive around the Mae Sa Valley.

If there is one thing that spoils Mae Sa Falls it is that there is a dual pricing policy at the entrance (see picture below). The Thai price should be 20 baht, however they will likely try to hit you for upwards of 50 baht. Ensure you have a thai drivers licence to avoid paying any extra.

For this section, thats all for now. If you want to explore the sights and surroundings of the Mae Sa Valley further just click on the highlighted text or the maps and menus.

Chiang Mai Province

The routes to the destinations have already been photographed by Watch-Rider. They serve as a handy guide and future reference.

Photo-Route Guide: The photos doubled into 'roll-over' pictures; when you move the mouse over it the picture 'rolls-over.'
The photographs will have some text at the very top telling you which direction you're looking towards for easy orientation. Also, if you hover the mouse over the picture in question, it will have some hints and additional info about both pictures. Finally there is always the map to refer to. If you're still stuck just fire off an email to us via the contact page.

Listed on the map and below is a list of the destinations and highways around Chiang Mai. Clicking on one of them will bring up information about it and how to get there.

Where to Tour in Chiang Mai Province

Road Lore: Carry your Thai Driving Licence at all times.
Apart from the obvious, it'll also get you thai-price discounts on many entrance -fees at attractions around Chiang Mai.




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