Nam Tok Mae Surin (Mae Surin waterfall): A single jet of water leaping off a cliff face and plunging gracefully onto the rocks 100 meters below, Mae Surin waterfall is one of the tallest and most beautiful single tier waterfalls in Thailand. The fall can be viewed from the hills across the valley, or you can hike down the hills for a closer look. On the way to the waterfall, there are Karen and Hmong hill tribe villages as well as the famous Toong Buat Tong, or fields of wild sun flowers, which bloom for two weeks only in the month of November.
Nam Tok Pa Bong: Pa Bong waterfall plummets 20 meters before scattering into smaller cascades. It is conveniently located close to the provincial capital. During the hot season there is no water there.
Doi Pui: Doi Pui, a 1700 meters peak, is the highest mountain in the park and offers commanding views of the surrounding countryside. Its high altitude contains unique upland pine and the peak is covered in meadows of wildflowers which bloom during the hot season.
Huay Mae Sagert nature trail: If you are interested in bird watching, take your guide book and field glasses to Huay Mae Segert nature trail. Running along a small river, the trail winds its way through a lush tropical valley which is home to a vast array of bird species. For the non-birder, the trail offers a peaceful retreat into nature with a small waterfall at its end. Located at the trail head is a recreational area and a visitor centre.
Huay Fai Kor: Located at the park’s headquarters and bordering the Pai river is Her Majesty the Queen’s Project dedicated to conservation of flora and fauna. The area contains a recreational garden and a small zoo featuring a Malay sun bear, leopard cat and an aviary among others. About 200 meters away on the bank of the river is a recreation area which is an excellent place for swimming and relaxation.
Toon Bua Tong at Doi Mae U-Kho: Declared as Thoong Bua Tong Forest Park on July 21, 1999, under the administration of Namtok Mae Surin National Park, Toong Bua Tong is one of the most popular tourist attractions of Mae Hong Son.
Bua-Tong is the Thai name of Mexican Sunflower ( Tithonia diversipblia ). It has yellow petals, comparatively smaller than common sunflowers, and it blooms only once a year in early November and droops in late December. So if you want to visit Doi Mae U-Kho to watch magnificent wild sunflower scenery, it is important to come at the right time. In November and December, all the hills around the area will turn gold with the blooming sunflowers. Ones can see such scenery as far as the eye can see from the beauty spots that the Forset Park has arranged.