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The Hin Lad Waterfall is worthy to see.
You have to calculate with approximately 1 hour of hiking 🥾.
You should also wear closed shoes and take water with you.
Please take also care of the environment because people leave a lot of Suff up...More
This is not a normal review for the faint hearted..only intrepid FIT and suitably atired should atempt this but the rewads are stunning.
Fist of all , take food and water with you , you will know why when you get there .
It’s tropical forest in a mountainous terrain - so yeah, expect to go over the one or other large rock, or get your feet wet after some rain. You can do it in flip flops, but outdoor sandals / trainers are better. Our three year...More
Hin Lad Waterfall is a stunning place the nature lovers. This amazing place is located in the south of the Nathon. This waterfall is the treat to the eyes and has a dense forest pathways spanned 3km. During the rainy season, the beauty of this...More
The waterfalls are located towards the southern coast of Samui central peak; so plan a day trip as you will find a number of things to see and do. Explore the island’s stunning landscapes, hiking pathways and acres of lush foliage. The Namuang waterfalls are...More
Going here is a really a nice change from the typical beach life on Samui. Bring some water, but there is also a guy selling water (but he was not around when we arrived the pools at the waterfall). Water in the upper pools was...More
Ignore the advice I was given. Flip flops make it really hard! Wear trainers instead.
It’s not 1km, it’s probably double that and is over rocks, tree roots etc. There and back with a little stop at the top took me 1.5 hours.
First of all there is a 2 km trek through the woodland to get here, so I wouldn't advise if you don't like walking. Once we got there though we loved this place. There was only another couple that had made the trek through and...More