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Namtok Thi Lo Su
Namtok Thi Lo Su

Tak

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Operating time: 08.30 - 17.00

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    located in the Umphang Wildlife Sanctuary, 3 km from the headquarters

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Category : Waterfalls

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Namtok Thi Lo Su is located in the Umphang Wildlife Sanctuary, a UNESCO World Heritage site, which links with the Thung Yai Naresuan and Huay Kha Kaeng Reserves, as well as Khlong Lan and Mae Wong National Parks. Together, they form Thailand's largest wildlife haven and Southeast Asia's top virgin forest.

The Umphang forest Wildlife Preservation Office, Amphoe Umphang , Tak province will close the road from the Huai Nong Luang forest Protection Unit to Thi Lo Su Waterfall, a distance of 25 kilometers, as of 1 June - 30 November of this year, which is also the monsoon season. Travel in the area during this period is very difficult, and it also allows the forest to recover and for wildlife to search for food and breed.

Opening hours: 8am-5pm

Admission: 20 baht per person

Contact: TAT Office in Tak Province at 055-514-341/2/3

Getting there: To visit the waterfall, visitors are required to use a rubber dinghy and walk to the headquarters before going further for around 3 km on foot to the waterfall.

 

     By car: From Amphoe Umphang, follow the Umphang – Mae Sot route and take a left turn at Km 161 (Ban Mae Klong Mai) to De Lo Pass or the “Umphang Wildlife Sanctuary” checkpoint for 30 km. Visitors should use a pick-up truck or a four-wheel drive car which has high performance. During the rainy season, it is impossible for a car to access the sanctuary. Admission fees: 20 Baht/person, 30 Baht/car.

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: By car - From Amphoe Umphang, follow the Umphang – Mae Sot route and take a left turn at Km 161 (Ban Mae Klong Mai) to De Lo Pass or the “Umphang Wildlife Sanctuary” checkpoint for 30 km. Visitors should use a pick-up truck or a four-wheel drive car which has high performance. During the rainy season, it is impossible for a car to access the sanctuary. To visit the waterfall, visitors are required to use a rubber dinghy and walk to the headquarters before going further for around 3 km on foot to the waterfall. Admission fees: 20 Baht/person, 30 Baht/car.

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