Bang Pae Waterfall

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Bang Pae Waterfall
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selwoodfamily
Doha, Qatar12 contributions
A beautiful untouched part of Phuket’s natural beauty
Aug 2021 • Family
Lovely natural waterfall in beautiful rain forest. The path to reach it is uneven and not recommended for those who are not steady on their feet, but the unspoilt nature is worth the short hike to it.
Written 5 August 2021
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Kaushik G
Mumbai, India4,068 contributions
Beautiful small fall
Feb 2020 • Friends
During our holidays in Phuket we had visited this waterfall located inside Khao Phra Thaeo National Park. Foreign tourists are required to pay 200 baht entrance fee for the forest. This small waterfall is located at a walking distance from the parking area just after the Gibbon rehab center. This is more of a natural mountain stream flowing over the rocks making a beautiful sight and not really a waterfall as such.
Written 8 January 2021
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Tony E
Nanaimo, Canada625 contributions
Pleasant Jungle Walk to Impressive Waterfall
Nov 2019
For the number of tourists who visit Phuket, surprisingly few seem to venture out into the National Park. Yes, it takes a bit of effort to get there, but the effort is worth it. It costs Baht 200 to drive into the car park. There is a steepish rocky walk up to the Bang Pei waterfall itself. Local kids delight in jumping and swimming in the pools below the falls. A pleasant walk through jungle, but the rocks can be sticky, so the path is not for folks with weak knees !
Written 1 December 2019
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Janni C
Berwick, Australia234 contributions
Great waterfall
Aug 2019 • Couples
We really wanted to swim in a jungle waterfall on our trip to Phuket, and we did! Was a nice walk up to the falls and plenty of places for a cool dip, although read the signs as some areas are very slippery. We also found the gibbon monkey rehabilitated centre on our way back to the car park. This was informative but very underwhelming. Couldn't really see any monkeys. But the idea is good.
Written 12 September 2019
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Zosia B
Waterloo, Belgium1,160 contributions
An easy hike to a beautiful swimming hole
Jul 2019
Because this is a national park, you need to pay an entrance feel which feels a bit high for foreigners but the price of admission is worth it. Restrooms are available near the parking lot. The hike is easy and definitely family friendly. As you climb up alongside the river and through the rain forest you hear gibbons calling from the nearby rehabilitation center. The hike terminates near a series of cascading falls that make for perfect pools for swimming. A fun way to spend a few non-beachy hours.
Written 8 August 2019
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Gata
Dubai, United Arab Emirates64 contributions
Nice walk
Jul 2019 • Couples
A picturesque waterfall with a very easy and quite short walk to it. The water is pretty cold to swim but worth it. Try to swim to the waterfall itself! Great feeling.
There is a Gibbon Rehabilitation Center on the way to it. You don’t have to pay extra to visit it but can donate some cash to help them taking care of animals they rescued.
Written 21 July 2019
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karson
Greater Sydney, Australia4 contributions
great time
May 2019 • Couples
Amazing National Park, you will need to wear good shoes as well as good eyesight to follow it. There are several drop pools all quite small but big enough to bathe in. The jungle closes in after a while but it's a cool and even romantic spot to visit if you are in that area. Is a popular recreational spot for islanders. They use the site as a picnic place and for a fun swimming, and if you expect to be there late afternoon take mosquito repellent as the jungle is quite dense. For as its 200 baht. Keep the ticket; you may need it later if you visit the other parks within the same day. The parking fee for cars 30 baht.
Written 10 May 2019
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Ana Maria I
Galati, Romania6 contributions
Waterfall and gibons
May 2019 • Couples
Very nice place in the middle of the rain forest.
For the waterfall you have to treck for around 10 minutes but there are stone stairs so no problem.
The natural pool is nice, you can take a bath in the cool water that has around 100cm maximum.
Be careful because there are a lot of insects around.
The gibbon sanctuary is beautiful, would recommend to donate for the reabilitation of the little monkeys.
Written 5 May 2019
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Ian
Si Sunthon, Thailand4 contributions
1/2 day Holidays away from Phuket
Jan 2019 • Family
The waterfall is a great excuse to get up early and drive into the mists and damp of Phang Nga on a weekend morning, tramp about in in the rain forest, fill your nose with the smell of green and then head back into sophisticated Phuket for a 5 star brunch.
Written 18 March 2019
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fwahedi2017
Kuwait City, Kuwait58 contributions
Enjoyable quick activity
Jan 2019
Nice small hike. My 4 year old was able to hike up to the waterfall and backdown again easily. It cost 200 baht per person to enter no matter what your age. The hike to the waterfall is around 15 minutes (we had three kids with us). On the way up you can make a stop see the Gibbons and a Hornbill bird. Make sure you are wearing comfortable shoes as it’s rocky and can be a little slippery. There are areas where you can swim. People were jumping into the water from rocks near the waterfall and were sitting underneath the waterfall.
There is a restroom there. You could take a picnic. You don’t have to get wet if you don’t want to. We came here the same day we were traveling.
Written 5 January 2019
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