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You have to pay entry fee to go in and it's a long walk as it has 7 levels and it's quite steep on uphill and downhill. Can only swim at level 5 as the top one is too dangerous not allowed to swim. Waters...More
The waterfall is a limestone cliff that has collapsed "Namtok Khao Phang". The watershed is sprung from the mountains and flows along various limestone cliffs. There is a height of about 35 meters. If the water is exhausted, just walk back up the street and...More
This is a nice National Park with walks through the forest to a cave, a scenic waterfall and nice river views. Camping is possible and there are places to eat. But the most interesting aspect we thought was the fact that it is the site...More
Prepare some good shoes for walking, water and cameras. The walk is quite long to reach the last fall. The falls are not so big but quite beautiful. Only thing it is crowded, maybe i was not lucky but it was full of people and...More
Response from villem199 | Reviewed this property |
the one we had, had just a tablefan, it wasn't toobad tought. There are mosquitos, but only at night. wear longsleeves and buy the organic repellent. you cant see the mosquitos, but you will feel the bites next day.