Located in Doi Suthep-Pui National Park, Mae Sa Waterfall is one of the most enjoyable waterfalls to visit in Chiang Mai province. The waterfall consists of eight tiers which cascade over rocks in the midst of the jungle. A well-worn path leads from the lowest fall to the highest and each tier has a marker sign. Since the individual falls are not that high or fast-moving, they are ideal for swimming.
Mae Sa Waterfall is a popular retreat from the city and full facilities are available including washrooms, picnic tables, and food stalls.
Mae Sa Waterfall is located about 25 kilometers outside of Chiang Mai in Doi Suthep-Pui National Park. The national park entrance fee is payable in Thai currency at the park gate.
The waterfalls are a popular weekend destination for locals, so visit the falls on a weekday if you prefer to avoid the crowds.