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“lo su”(10 reviews)
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Umphang Wildlife Sanctuary, Umphang, Thailand
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Reviewed 21 January 2018 via mobile

Too many hassles to get there: they don’t let you in with your car despite there is a road, instead forcing you to take a local pickup track and pay 1,700 baht, plus the entry ticket ! All this is to extort as much money...More

4  Thank Mekong164
Reviewed 9 January 2018

I am not sure whether the title is true but at the falls I met two foreign tourists one of whom had visited 74 Thai waterfalls and told me that Thi Lo Su was the best he had seen. The falls are not all that...More

1  Thank bjarnesh2017
Reviewed 18 December 2017 via mobile

I traveled to Umphang by car, running through 6 hours from Maesord to go to Umphang in order to go to Thee Lo Su. It is worth for!!

1  Thank Ann_anncy
Reviewed 11 October 2017

Please be aware there is NO PRIVATE VEHICLE ACCESS TO THE CAMPSITE ANYMORE even 4x4s - you have to pay between 2000 and 2500 baht per vehicle The official reason is " Because policy of Tak Governor ,he wants the people to have income" -...More

3  Thank wilcop932
Reviewed 9 August 2017

After walking through the jungle for 9 hours in the pouring rain, we made it to the camping nearby the waterfall. The trekking was part of a tour I did. The next morning we set out for the waterfall. It was my first time seeing...More

5  Thank Esmee M
Reviewed 22 July 2017

These are the largest waterfalls in Thailand located along the Burmese border, about 220 km from Tak here you can do rafting - camping - traking in the forrest and admire the true nature it is advisable to stay at least 3 days to admire...More

4  Thank h0meparadisetak
Reviewed 15 July 2017

We are Thai residents who have our own truck. We did the four plus hour drive from Mae Sot to Umphang and enjoyed the scenery along the way. From our resort, we took the river raft, and the scenery is so spectacular that the raft-ride...More

5  Thank burningturner
Reviewed 8 April 2017 via mobile

We drove (by own car) from Tak via Mae Sot to the waterfalls. As described by others the route from Tak to Mae Sot is a dangerous one but under construction so expect within 2-3 years a complete 2x2 lane motor way with separation. The...More

4  Thank RubenS932
Reviewed 24 March 2017 via mobile

To get to this waterfall is QUITE the journey. If you don't have about 3 days to kill then I wouldn't do it. I drove my little 110 scooter from Mae Sot (boring/dirty border town) on "death highway". The road isn't all that scary and...More

8  Thank DyerCE
Reviewed 14 January 2017 via mobile

Long trip but the actual walking to the waterfall is quite easy. Love the experience and happy we did the trip. Nature is spectacular.

3  Thank Greg L
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8 September 2017|
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Response from wilcop932 |
PS. - I was told this in January and spoke to the people involved on various occasions before the song Khran holiday. I have been told by Tak DNP office as well and a couple of hotels in Umphang. If you did manage it at... More
27 July 2017|
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Response from burningturner | Reviewed this property |
Yes, during this rainy season NO vehicles are permitted until around October.