Na Muang waterfall though very picturesque is I feel an accident waiting to happen.
It is by no means geared up for tourists. The steps leading down to the waterfall are broken and crumbling and quite steep. There is a dry rocky riverbed to cross filled with little puddles of water.
A look from the bottom of the stps should suffice for most and pictures can be taken here.
The waterfall ends in a medium sized pool filled with swimmers and bathers. The water is muddy and cold. There are large rock outcroppings from which local thai tourists were jumping into the pool. The actual depth of the pool is uncertain and nobody I asked was sure, except to say its very deep.
There are no lifeguards here. I saw a tourist floundering in the water and was pulled out by the local thai tourists.
There is another waterfall called Na Muang 2, which is 80 m higher than this one and entails a very steep climb to reach it. Our Thai friend dissuaded us from going.
The entrance to the waterfall has a few restaurants and kiosks and a few souvenier shops.
There is a small entrance fee to see the waterfall.
A trip just to see the waterfall is not worth it. Again if you have your own transport and are passing by, its worth a look, but you have not missed out if you skip this attraction completely.
I would advise the very young and the aged to be very very careful here. Do not go if its rainging as the rocks would get very slippery.