1. Erawan Falls, Kanchanaburi, Thailand
One of the most popular waterfalls in Thailand, Erawan Falls has a seven-tiered cascade and is located in a national park in the Tenasserim Hills. Visitors to this waterfall have the unique opportunity to swim in pools higher up that were created by the water flowing downhill.
2. Khone Phapheng, Champaska, Laos
Southeast Asia’s largest cascade by water volume is really two falls. Located in southern Laos, where the mighty Mekong River begins to broaden its flow into a watery plateau studded with small islands, this waterfall is sometimes called the Niagara of the East.
3. Pagsanjan Waterfall, Laguna, Philippines
If you’re after excitement as well as beautiful scenery, the Pagsanjan Waterfall, on the other side of Laguna Bay from the Philippine capital, is a good one to seek out. This 120-foot cascade has three drops, and can be approached either by canoe from downstream
4. Detian-Banyue Falls, Vietnam
There is waterfall on the China-Vietnam border. They’re one waterfall, called Ban Gioc. In China, meanwhile, the three streams of water are regarded as two separate falls, Detian and Banyue.
5. Umphang Thee Lor Sue Waterfall, Tak, Thailand
Aim for the heavens at Umphang Thee Lor Sue waterall in northwestern Thailand. This waterfall near the border with Myanmar, is 250 meters tall, the highest in Thailand. It also boasts impressive width, being almost twice as wide as it is tall.
6. Mae Ya Waterfall, Chiang Mai, Thailand
Mae Ya Waterfall is located in Doi Inthanon National Park, Chiang Mai city. Featuring a sloping cascade that pops out of the jungle at the top of the hill and weaves between trees and bushes growing on the slope and between boulders