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Went there with family could easily spend couple of hours if you are nature lover it is few Thailand forest where you can enter free otherwise u have to pay 200-400 baht to enter and nothing special to see very dense forest with moss on...More
I like taking pictures of waterfalls so my opinions are tainted a little. Having said that this one doesn't seem to get the tourist pressure of Sa Nang Manora (in the area) and is worth a look. The trail follow the falls along various low...More
Average waterfalls even in rainy season, none of them more than 5-6 metres high. But you can follow the trails up for miles (some fallen trees in places and lots of leeches though), I think they might eventually lead to a viewpoint but I didn't...More
We stopped by here whilst on the day tour, the waterfalls were actually working as there had been some recent rain. We both took turns swimming around and taking pics, the water was absolutely freezing- about 18 degrees and definitely recommend swimmer's and a rash...More
We stopped here for about an hour after our visit to the Monkey Temple. Very pretty park with several nice waterfalls and a hiking trail next to them. All the falls we saw were flowing when we were there in July. There are 6 falls...More
I went here as part of a tour. I was disappointed that I couldn't swim. The water was brown as opposed to the blue in the pictures. Go in rainy season between June and November, that way you will get better water quality.