Mae Kerng Water Fall
Highway 1023 , Mae Pak , 54160 Wang Chin , Phrae, ตำบล แม่ป้าก อำเภอวังชิ้น แพร่ 54150, Thailand
About Mae Kerng Water Fall
Mae Koeng Waterfalls are a part of Wiang ko sai National Park in Northern Thailand, Wang chin District of Phrae province and Mae tha, Toen, Sop prab District of Lampang Province. Mae Koeng is a large waterfall. The water flows all years. Water flows terracing resemble like a step from Mae Koeng mountain.
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