Than Sawan Waterfall is the medium limestone waterfall originated from Huai Song Sob, Huai Pong, Haui Oun, and Ta Nam Bo Bia which meet together and become Huai Mae Pung that is falling from the cliff as Than Sawan Waterfall.
This 20-meter high and 30-meter wide is 300-meter far from Doi Phu Nang National Park head quarter. Besides, this waterfall consists of two floors where the water flows throughout the year.
The environment that surrounded with huge trees and the emerald green water in the pond make this place very attractive. Water flows through the villages around the national park so people utilize the water for agricultural and consumption purpose. Then, the water flows to Yom River, which is the main river of Thailand.
Than Sawan Waterfall
Location: Ban Mang, Mueang Phayao, Phayao 56160 Thailand