|Thee Lor Sue Waterfall
Thee Lor Sue Waterfall locateed in the Umphang Wildlife Sanctuary, is the most beautiful and biggest in Thailand. Original from Huai Klotho, it flows down a mountain valley at high of 200-300 metres and a width of almost 400-500 metres. The falls flow down in tiers surrounded by virgin forest. There is a trail to the waterfall from the wildlife sanctuary office. It take approximately 30 minutes to walk, and there are place to stop and admire the impressive views from the top. In the wet season, Thee Lor Sue waterfall will be at it most beautiful. To get there, follow a small road off the main road from Umphang 27 Kms.Visitor must follow the set route, ro raft and walk through the forest. Vehicles can enter between December-April only.
|Thee Lor Jor Waterfall
Thee Lor Jor or Falling Rain Waterfall is approximately 3 kms. from Umphang. The waterfall is divided into 2 tiers. The upper falls are located on a high cliff and the tier is narrow whereas the lower falls are part of the stream of the Mae Klong river, falling like rain fall. It is possible to travel all year-round.
|Thee Lor Lay waterfall
Thee Lor Lay waterfall is approximately 23 kms. from Ban Palata. The waterfall is upper falls are located on a high cliff and the tier is narrow whereas the lower falls are part of the stream of the Mae Klong river, falling like rain fall. It is possible to travel all year-round.
|Doi Hua Mot
Doi Hua Mot is approximately 9 kms. from Umphang. The mountains, which are 30 kms. long and 2 kms. wide, are mainly made up of dolomite and laterite. On the moumtaintops, there are not large trees, only undulating limestone hill with clusters of small shrubs growing profusely ; for example, Begonias, Gesneriads and Impatiens during the wet season. The land is covered with pebbles. The top of Doi Hua Mot is the place to admire the 'Sea Foggy' inthe early morning. It is also possible to see the township of Umphang, the forest, and the undulating mountains from here.
Taklobi cave is located in the area of Ban Mae Klong Mai, approximately 7 kms. from Umphang. Inside, there is a large chamber. It is possible to go through the cave to Ban Mae Klong and the top of the mountain you meet small temple. There are very most beautiful stalagmites and stalactites
Umphang is rafting with rubber boat and bamboo in Mae Klong river have 2 route.
Begin from the township of Umphang follow Huai Umphang to the Mae Klong river. The banks are covered by beautiful leaves that cover forest, especially teak and bamboo. The first point is very beautiful and it is also the point for sight-seeing Thee Lor Jor waterfall. It flow down from the top of a cliff splashing down spray that look like rainfall. The cliff is compriseed of stalagmites and stalactites that are full of ferns. Going down river, visitors will come small Hot spring on the edge of the river. There is a place to rest here. Further along, is the area of Kaeng Takhobi that is surrounded by dense forest. The next point along the river is Phaluat, a high cliff, which has various species of trees on the top. The cliff rises to be a part of Phapung, an area full of beehives. After this, is Phabong that is full of large holes. Nearly is a sandy landing call Tasai where it is possible to get out and follow the trail across to Tee Lor Sue waterfall. Kaeng Mokido has large rocks crossing the middle of the river that force tha water to flow awiftly. Next, there is Kaeng Kit that is full of various size rocks, especially during the dry season when the water level drops. From there follow the river to where it join up with Haui Maelamung. It is also the place where it is possible to either follow the road or raft Ban Palata, a karen village that has a return route to Umphang
2. Ban Palata-Thee Lor Lay waterfall
This route begins from Ban Palata, Follow the smooth flowing stream for approximately an hour. The first point is where the upper stream meets, Huai Klotho that come from Tee Lor Sue waterfall, that pass Ban Klotho. The banks of the river are full of green mountain forest. In some place, there are high mountain ranges stretching from Phawatu Mountain Range. The first rapid to be seen are Kaeng Lekati that are divided into 3 parts and extend for many kilometres. There are large rocks obstructing small river basin. The rapid that are the most difficult are Lekati 2. Below the rapid, there is a narrow sandt bank where it is possible to rest. From there, follow the river past a small waterfall on the right handside surrounded by high cliff. Continuting on, there is an overhang that looks like a person's face. The top is know as Phakhonmong. Onthe lower side is a stream that become a large set of rapids that is full of meanders. There are also large rocks know as Kaeng Khonmong that are divide into 3 parts. There will be a wide river basin that has a large sandy bank. Continuting on, there are know large rapids and the river flows continuously onto the month of Huai Kachochita also know as Elephant Running Creek. There is an island in front of this area, which is suitable for camping overnight. After this is Kaeng Kachochile. Passing this, there is a large open space where the water flow toward a cliff resembling a cave on the edge of the river. A large waterfall tumbles down and there are vines and other plants hanging onto the cliff side. Ferns adorn the top of the limestone cliff. This is Thee Lor Lay waterfall, the final destination on the rafting route