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Khun Korn Waterfall - Chiang Rai, Thailand

Around a 1.5km trekking trail with nice bamboo scenery which leads to a majestic waterfall at heights over 70 meters. The road to Khun Kon Waterfalls is perfect for motorbiking.

Bamboo Tree Chiang Rai
Our friends from South Africa snapping a pic!

A low to medium challenging hike trail that leads to a breath taking waterfall.

It may be a bit muddy but still suitable even for kids. Beautiful scenery, some may even prefer the jungle over the waterfall itself. Totally worth the hike.

This 70-meter tall waterfall is hidden deep inside of the Khun Korn Forest Park outside of Chiang Rai.

This is the biggest waterfall in the north of Thailand. A destination you must visit!


How To Get To Khun Korn Waterfall

  • Follow Route 1211 South West at of Chiang Rai. Pass the sign for the Boonrawd Brewery (Singha) by about 4 kilometers

  • Turn right onto route 1208 towards Khun Korn Waterfall (Namtok Khun Korn). After 2km you will pass the Canary Natural Resort on the left

  • Follow Route 1208 for about 10km heading northwest.

Getting To The Khun Korn Forest Park

The Khun Korn Waterfall is located about 30 kilometers south-west of Chiang Rai town center and an easy half day trip from Chiang Rai with your own motorbike, or by local taxi.

The road to the waterfall explores Chiang Rai’s outskirts through small semi-rural villages where the life is an even slower paced life than in downtown.

Next you’ll ride beside many rice fields, which depending on the time of year may be a lush green field or a pile of smoldering ash.

There are many Thai restaurants along the way.

Do stop lunch if hungry. The food is clean, really cheap and tasty. You'll find a plate of fried rice or a Massaman curry for just 15THB (.50$), add another 5THB for a fried egg on top.


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