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This is inside the Khao Yai National Park. Best is to have longer time for this visit so as to enjoy and explore the nature. We went to to this waterfall as part of a paid group tour. The guide told us to be back...More
We went to visit the Haew Narok Waterfall as a part of a tour - it was the best part of our whole day! The amazing waterfall lies beyond a fun, but not exceptionally difficult hike. Now, there are steep stairs that could cause a...More
This waterfall is one of the more spectacular sights to see in the Khao Yai National Park.
You will need to walk a bit, over a kilometer from the car park through lush rain forest and then down about a hundred steep steps ... so...More
This is the most voluminous waterfall I have ever seen in South-East Asia, with a steady torrent of water plunging fifty metres over a cliff here. We visited during September when the torrent was at its peak, however. According to the signs at the site,...More
Id been to this waterfall before during dry season and it wasn't particular interesting. This time however, it blew me away. The sheer power of the waterfall was exhilarating. The waterfall is about 26km from the visitor centre, or a 20 minute drive. It is...More
beautiful path to the waterfall, you can enjoy your tracking there. It's 50 meters high and so powerfull water falling down, but you can't swim there since no way going down to the water. Highest time of water is between June to October which is...More
saw the reviews from trip advisor and also the others, they said its a nice waterfalls. maybe in our own place, our waterfalls are nicer than these and we are allowed to swim at our waterfalls here. for those who never see waterfalls can have...More
Haew Narok Waterfall is the best of several waterfalls in Khao Yai National Park, which is about three hours drive north east of Bangkok.
Khao Yai itself covers an area of more than 2,000 square kilometers, and spreads across four Thai provinces - Nakhon Ratchisima,...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 !