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Huai Mae Khamin Waterfall
The main draw of Khuean Srinagarindra National Park, Huai Mae Khamin is a seven-tier waterfall flowing down some 1.8 kilometres of hillside blanketed in bamboo and banyan. Between the main tiers are countless smaller rock shelves, smoothed by the flow over untold time. Hot-tub-size travertine pools emerge here and there, with larger swimming holes found at many of the main tiers. On a Sunday visit, we encountered no more than two dozen other people at the lower four tiers. The next day, we had the upper three tiers all to ourselves... Read full story
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