In Thailand, there are many famous waterfall due to the mountainous terrain.
Here are some examples of famous waterfall in Thailand.
Huay Mae Kamin Waterfall
Huay Mae Kamin Waterfall has 7 tiers. The trail system is separated into 2 sections: 1-4 tiers and 5-7 tiers.
Huay Mae Khamin Falls is in Sri Nakharin National Park, Kanchanaburi, Thailand. It is approximately 4 hours away from Bangkok and 40 minutes away from Erawan National Park.
Mae Surin Waterfall
Namtok Mae Surin National Park is a national park in Mae Hong Son Province, Thailand. Home to mountains, waterfalls and caves, the park is best known for its namesake Mae Surin waterfall.
Namtok Mae Surin National Park is located east of Mae Hong Son town in Mae Hong Son and Khun Yuam districts. The park’s area is 399 square kilometers (154 sq mi). The highest point is Doi Pui peak at 1,700 meters (5,600 ft). Doi Pui is part of the Thanon Thongchai Range, whose various peaks within the park range from 300 meters (980 ft) to 1,700 meters (5,600 ft)
Mae Ya Waterfall
Doi Inthanon National Park. The park is approximately 60 kilometers (37 mi) from Chiang Mai. It includes Karen and Meo Hmong villages of about 4,500 people. Its elevation ranges between 800–2,565 metres (2,625–8,415 ft). Within its borders are a number of waterfalls: Mae Ya Falls is one of all.
Krung Ching Waterfall
Krung Ching Waterfall is one of the most famous series of waterfalls in Nakhon Sri Thammarat located in Khao Luang National Park in Krung Ching sub-district.
Nowadays, it has become one of the touristic places with 7-tier waterfall. There are also natural trails provides for visitors with various faunas such as Tree Ferns, Chok palms, Lumpaw trees, Ching palms, Borassodendronmachadonis and many more. The distance is approximately 3.7 kilometers. To visit Krung Ching Waterfall, you have to travel on foot from the national park office.
Khun Phong Waterfall
Khun Phong Waterfall is known for the maple leaves familiar to the Isan people as Fai Duan Ha, or ‘the fire of the fifth month’ that turn the hills at Pu Kradung National Park bright red. This species of the tree spreads down from China and ends in the tropical forest area of Thailand’s northeast.
Khun Phong Waterfall is a waterfall and is located in Loei, Thailand. The estimate terrain elevation above sea level is 1066 meters.
Khao Soi Dao waterfall
Khao Soi Dao waterfall is a waterfall in the Soi Dao District of Chanthaburi Province, Thailand. It is 70 km from the town of Chanthaburi. The easy way to get to this waterfall, if you have a car is to go ahead from the city on Route 317 through Markham District and Pong Nam Ron District. At km 62 you should turn left and go ahead 3 km. This waterfall is open from 6.00am to 6.00pm. The most popular attraction at the falls is nature trails because there is a huge tree of 4.77 meters in diameter. The waterfall has 16 tiers created by multi-level stone cliffs which gives the impression of a giant stair. At the bottom is a vast pool with shallow water. The popular tier is tier 16 because this tier has a lot of moss on the stone. It feels fresh and is suitable for capturing. This tier is named “Phanangleun”  Pha Nang Leun mean “Mrs. Slippery cliff” because the careless traveler can slip on the moss on a stone when he walks through. The source of the waterfall is near the Peak of Khao Soi Dao Nua Mountain at 1,556 meters above sea level.
Khlong Lan Waterfall
Spread over 300 square kilometers on the west side of Kamphaeng Phet province, Khlong Lan National Park is best known for a breathtaking 100-meter-high waterfall.
Khlong Lan National Park Around 60km from Kamphaeng Phet
Located a short stroll from park headquarters, Khlong Lan Waterfall includes several streams of water cascading over a 40-meter-wide cliff into a collection of pools suitable for swimming
Thi Lo Su Waterfall
The Thi Lo Su Waterfall is claimed to be the largest and highest waterfall in Thailand. It stands 250 meters high and nearly 450 meters wide on the Mae Klong River, flowing down from Huai Klotho into the Umphang Wildlife Sanctuary in Tak Province in northwestern Thailand.
Location: Amphoe Umphang Tak Province, western Thailand
Located on West Thailand in the Tenasserim Hills of Kanchanaburi Province, it is one of the most famous national parks in Thailand.
Erawan Waterfall is located on the east side of the park.
The entire length of the seven tiers spans approximately 1,500 m through the thick rainforest of the park. Each of the steps has its own name.