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It's not easy to refind the path at each place a tree obstruct the path, but you are realy in a tropical forest. Having GPS and an app with the map of the path is mandatory ( Open Street Map ). Next just enjoy nature....More
I came here as part of a tour provided by my hotel. We walked the trail then took a refreshing dip in the waterfall pool. It was very pretty and atmospheric with all the sounds of nature around us but of course it was hot,...More
The park access to Tonsai Waterfall costs 200bhat, which is well worth it. The actual area is so poorly signposted that most tourists go see the waterfall, and have no idea where the nature trail actually is. You have to really look for it. Those...More
Khao Phra Thaeo National Park is Phuket's last remaining virgin rain forest. Within the park are langurs, barking deer, mouse deer, monkeys and gibbons. We were not fortunate enough to see any of these animals, but you can hear them off in the distance. There...More
Pretty location but the walk was very short looks like they have closed the track that goes beyond the waterfall. Cost us 700baht for the taxi there and 200baht each to get into the park so we were a little disappointed the walk was not...More
After a week enjoying all sorts of activities on and off the shores of Phuket island, I was keen of experiencing the freshness of a genuine rainforest and waterfall. What I liked about the site is its gradual wilderness. While the lower part of the...More
A note of warning, our family of 5 adults attempted to take the Gibbons Trail from the Park Headquarters near the Ton Sai waterfall to the Bang Pae waterfall. We paid 1000 Bht entrance to the park (200bht each) The waterfall is just a short...More
This was a great place to visit and there is plenty going on. It is a relief to get away from the crowds and tourists and find a little bit of the rainforest on Phuket.
We visited waterfalls and the gibbon rehabilitations centre.
Here is a waterfall worth a visit, it is only 3-400 meters from the parking lot and can be reached by a wheelchair. Beautifully, the water drops in the woods and take your time to stare up in the trunks, or down to earth, we...More
My first visit here was in 1997. Not much has changed. The waterfalls are still nice and the 200 baht farang entrance fee is still a ripoff. As others have noted, the park personnel are rude and on the Tonsai side the toilet didn't even...More