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We went to Khao Yai National Park not expecting to do any hike (just short walks maybe) cos I have an elderly and a 10 and 4 yr old. When we read the sign that says just 1km trail to the waterfall, we thought it...More
The path leading to the waterfall is quite far and the series of steps are really quite steep. Take your time to climb back up.
The view isn't quite as spectacular as there hasn't been any rain for some time. But still worth visiting. We...More
I Don’t mind paying twice the price of Thai’s but when it’s 400 baht and the Thai’s pay 40 baht that’s taking the piss a little to much. No thanks keep your national park plenty more to see in the area
We drove to the entrance of Haew Narok waterfall which is quite some distance from the northern entrance of Khao Yai, about 35kms, but the road is good and there is decent signage. Upon arrival there are plenty of car parking spaces, and you have...More
Haew Narok Waterfall is hugely impressive -- IF you visit in rainy season! The amount of water thundering over the rocks is incredible and the drop is high enough to be very memorable. But a few warnings:
1. In dry season, the "falls" reduce to...More
Good place to visit only if u want to exercise
Climbing the mountain and passing throw many waterfall every 1-2 Km walking
Not easy for children and old people
Good to visit the easy waterfalls which are not so far
And very challenge to reach...More
The boars at entrance said a 1 hour trek was needed and we almost didnt do it, but it was actually more like a 30min walk to and fro. The journey was easy enough until the end where there were a series of v steep...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 !