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Entrance ฿200, Thais ฿40, Car parking ฿30.
Despite a fairly long journey, and paying five fold the locals' tariff (non negotiable), and when you get there, a hike and a half, this place is worth a visit, just for the swim with the fish at...More
There are 8 levels of waterfalls,the first one is very easy to get to, and each next level a bit more difficult to reach. Bring swim wear, each level has opportunities for a fresh dip. Hiking sandals recommend, although local people run up and down...More
I was pleasantly surprised how clean the whole area was.
Entry fee is 20 Baht for Thais, 200 Baht for foreigners. For the first time in 16 years, I felt 200 Baht was ok. I have paid 400 Baht in other places and will never...More
Most Indian tourists give a skip to this gem. Reason? No one knows it exists. So, this place lies equidistance between Pattaya and Bangkok. A hot favourite with the local tourists, this place should be visited once atleast.
The waterfall is in a forest reserve....More
The upper trek becomes a bit tough especially if you're unprepared but is worth it because the most beautiful and big waterfall is almost at the top. Bring bottled water from the tourist shop at the bottom - at least a bottle for a person....More
This is an 8 tiered hike where the main high-points are the waterfalls. In between the waterfalls are pools of fish (lots of fish) that see you before you see them and eagerly await to be fed.
We got there at around 9 am and...More
First visited Klong Pla Kang Waterfall which is approximately three kilometres further on from the right hand turning to Khao Chamao. Really friendly rangers with the Thai price of 20 THB each for the children 30 THB for an adult upon production of a vaild...More