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Huai Mae Khamin Waterfall
Huai Mae Khamin Waterfall


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    P.O. Box 1 Amphoe Sri Sawat, Sri Nakarin Dam national park. 

    Tel. 0-2579-0529, 0-2579-4842

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Category : Waterfalls

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          Huay Mae Kamin is a heavenly destination for the tourists who love the nature and waterfalls. The flawless beauty and refreshingly cool stream of Huay Mae Kamin will comfort the visitors. That’s why we should visit Huay Mae Kamin instead of the other places. Huay Mae Kamin is one of the most famous and beautiful cascading waterfall of Thailand because of its natural beauty of steam which is flowing down step by step and which is surrounded by sparse forest, mountain range and various kinds of herbs. So, it is the moment of impression that we should take a picture.  Huay Mae Kamin Waterfall is originated from Kala mountain range. The waterfall is situated on the east of Sri Nakarin Dam national park. The water from Huay Mae Kamin flows down to Sri Nakarin dam. Furthermore, the current is gradually falling down from limestone cascade like natural stairway. Huay Mae Kamin Waterfall totally has 7 floors. The distance of the waterfall is more than 1 kilometers, so it is considered as long cascading water fall. Each floor has its name. The first floor is called Dongwan. Dongwan is a low cascading waterfall. In this area, there are a wide range of important herbs such as wild betel and laurel clockvine. There are plates giving information about the waterfalls along the road. The second is called Man Kamin. Man Kamin is a watercourse where water flows down to pond below. So we can see Man Kamin cascade as beautiful water curtain. The third floor is called Wangnapa. At this floor, the water flows down from the steepest cliff of the waterfalls. The fourth floor is called Chatkaew. This floor is the highlight of Huay Mae Kamin because the stream is gradually flowing down from cascading earth and stone floors and then suddenly falling down to the pond below. The fifth floor is called Laichonlong. The stream infiltrates to the ground. The natural phenomenon is called doline. The sixth floor is called Dong Phi Sue. The stream is flowing through low cascading limestone. The seventh floor is called Romkao. This is the top floor of Huay Mae Kamin. The stream is surrounded by a wide range of trees and flows down from the waterfall cliff. In this area, it is a place to relax. From this floor, you can see Sri Nakarin reservoir and it is the viewpoint that you can see the beautiful sunset.

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