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I have visited waterfalls all over the world (with my family including 2 boys 9 and 12). It was a pretty steep walk to the top with maybe 2-3 stops along the way you could choose to go and sit in the mini pools. The...More
200 Thai bhat to explore the 5 levels of this waterfall. Hard 1km trek to level 1, up and down hill but worth the view. Level 2 to 5 distance not too bad but a must is trainers you go up and down same way....More
I'm guessing timing is everything and on the day we visited the waterfalls were hardly inspiring, despite a couple of days of rain previously. ThE whole area has an air of neglect about it and unfortunately the seating/picnic hut at the bottom waterfall has been...More
This is a typical Thai parks attraction which is poorly maintained, full of concrete and littered with trash, and hasn’t much to offer.
If you want to see nice waterfalls, unfortunately you would need to head out to the jungles of Phangna or Khao Sok...More
After reading the poor reviews about the waterfall we still decided to go. Very underwhelming. Lots of steps to get to the first ‘waterfall’ barely any water in the stream - not worth the climb! We then went up even more steps to the second...More
Don't expect a gushing waterfall like those in national parks around Thailand. This is basically a paddling pool deep in organic sediment and litter. Never understood why people would abandon bottles and cans and plastic wrappers in a natural environment such as this. A long...More