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From Bangkok it will take you roughly 3 hours by car to get here and from the main entrance of the National Park, expect another 20 minutes mild hike to see the waterfall. Although the path is easily accessible if you don't have mobility problems,...More
It it worth the trip but wear good shoes and check for leaches after you are done. We had no problems with leaches but the national park is known of them. According to locals and the park rangers have a sleave to protect their legs....More
Beautiful waterfall. During the dry season not much water but it doesn’t take away anything from the serene setting.
A bit of a hike on a concrete walkway but be ready to climb some steep stairs. Don’t let these scare you, anyone of normal health...More
After parking the car, the hike is about 1km to the waterfall, there are a lot of steep steps and I mean steep! I am a size 5 foot and my foot was too big for some of the steps. Take some water with you...More
From the car park, u need to trek 1km to the waterfall. U start with a easy walk on generally flat land. Then to a fleet of steps right before the waterfall. The steps may pose a big challenge for those who fear height or...More
Hi There ! I prefer you to rent a car and drive around the national park. Signs in the park are very clear which is going to direct to you to the places. If you are looking for a walking tour, well yes i prefer you to hire a... More
Hi There ! I prefer you to rent a car and drive around the national park. Signs in the park are very clear which is going to direct to you to the places. If you are looking for a walking tour, well yes i prefer you to hire a guide at tourist information spot, because some paths are not easy and the park is huge. Hope it helps. Have a good journey !