The waterfall is not big, you can enjoy the original ecology of the mountains and rivers, some people swim in the water, but most people step on the water the most
Mae Sa Waterfall, the ticket for 100 pigs, is still good. It is more suitable for hiking. You can watch the mountains and rivers of Chiang Mai here. Thai people are very interesting, and their Buddhist culture is quite profound and lasting. So I feel that Thai people are very friendly.
a good amount of sweat while trekking, a decent waterfall to swim, a great way to connect with nature that’s Mae Sa Waterfall. there are 10 different kinds of cascade to jump in and a very good view point.
Wear hiking shoes! (Or good sneakers with good treads)If you want to get into the water, bring a swim suit or change of cloths also. Yes you can get into the water, this isn''t a normal kinda park or trail. I''d say if you want a real challenge, start with parking lot 1 and go from there. The trail splits so you can choose left or right, I''d say either way go back the other. This is truly "off road", there will be mostly no road, path, wood, etc. You''ll be walking on dirt, rocks, leaves and roots. So have good shoes, bring sandals if you want to go into the water. There was a few places they let you swim but there will not be any lifeguards or etc, so caution! As for swimming I didn''t get it but you can. You can basically climb all over the rocks and waterfalls here to get your Instagram shots. However I''d advice CAUTION! You are FAR from a hospital, ;) be safe.
It takes about 30 minutes to walk to the highest waterfall, and then there is an oblique viewing point. The Mae Sa Valley Waterfall will charge visitors one hundred baht, but there is a lot of garbage here, and visitors are allowed to swim in the pool.
The waterfall is on a hillside forest on the outskirts of Chiang Mai, which is a relatively unpopular place. Not many foreign tourists go to play. I only saw local people playing in the water. Take off your shoes and walk into the stream, feeling the water is quite cold. No courage to go down the river