Travel in a local community and a new way of enjoying natural tourist attractions at Koh Luang Waterfall which is located in Mae Ping National Park, Li District, Amphoe Lamphun and 146 kilometers away from the parking lot.
Koh Luang Waterfall is the most famous waterfall of Mae Ping National Park. It is approximately 22 kilometers away from the National Park's office. It is a limestone waterfall that is the result of Mae Ko river flowing down a 20 kilometer-high limestone cliff. The waterfall has 7 levels and has a large green pool of water at the bottom.
The water passes down the limestone down through the Huay Ko waterway, which causes beautiful stalactites and stalagmites, and a pond shaped like a head. The water in the pond has an emerald green color, which is the highlight of this waterfall.
Before reaching Koh Luang waterfall until Tad Sod waterfall, it is prohibited to swim in the water.
200 meters later, you will reach Koh Luang waterfall
Tourists who wish to swim have to wear life vests (available at the waterfall)
The National Park has many safety measures and warning signs located in the site, and there are National Park officers nearby. It is prohibited to jump into the water, because it is more than 8 meters deep. The stream that flows from the waterfall into smaller pools are also green in color.