Buatong Waterfall and Jedsee Fountain Forest Park is one of the famous and attractive tourist destinations in Chiang Mai Province. The park is situated in Mae Taeng National Forest Reserve, village no. 8, Mae Ho Phra sub-district, Mae Taeng district, Chiang Mai Province. The landscape of Buatong Waterfall and Jedsee Fountain Forest Park is mountain alternating with valley and brook. It is located on a height of around 400-900 meters above mean sea level. Around Buatong Waterfall and Jedsee Fountain are a plain and a pan-shaped valley. The forest is abundant, cool, and pleasant. Since a lot of large trees grow densely, the forest can be both rain forest and mixed forest with many view points. The most important brook is Huai Mae Pon.
Buatong Waterfall and Jedsee Fountain Forest Park is located in Mae Taeng National Forest Reserve in village no. 8, Mae Ho Phra sub-district, Mae Taeng district, Chiang Mai Province. It has an area of 9,375 rai. The Royal Forest Department announced the establishment of Buatong Waterfall and Jedsee Fountain Forest Park on September 10, 1994. The park shares its borders with Mae Taeng National Forest Reserve in the North, Khun Mae Kuang Forest and San Sai Forest in the South, Mae Ho Phra Forest Plantation no. 2518 (The Forest Plantation by the Forest Industry Organization) in the East, and San Sai- Mae Taeng Forest in the West.
Buatong Waterfall is a beautiful waterfall. The distinction of this place is that the stream contains limestone. The waterfall is around 100 meters high with two levels and its slope is about 50 degrees. Besides, the waterfall stream, which runs to Huai Mae Pon, is very shady and has many more small beautiful waterfalls. There are a lot of minerals in the water, including calcium carbonate that gushes out of the ground and flows into the stream and the small waterfalls. As the stream is coated by calcium carbonate, it becomes hard which looks so remarkable. Jedsee Fountain is a cold 6×8 meters spring with the water gushes out of the ground all year. The clear water shines a color of the rainbow when reflecting the sunlight. The fountain is the water source of Buatong Waterfall as the water runs from the fountain to Buatong Waterfall for approximately 100 meters.