13 Waterfalls to explore in Thailand
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Chet Sao Noi Waterfall National Park is one of the most popular parks in the country, one of the most visited by local tourists. It is not known much by the foreign tourists and overlooked as most foreign tourists prefer to get to nearby Khao Yai National Park. The park is located between Saraburi and Nakhon Ratchasima provinces. Muak Lek River which flows through the falls is the natural border between both provinces at the area of the falls.
Mae Koeng Waterfalls are a part of Wiang ko sai National Park in Northern Thailand, Wang chin District of Phrae province and Mae tha, Toen, Sop prab District of Lampang Province. Mae Koeng is a large waterfall. The water flows all years. Water flows terracing resemble like a step from Mae Koeng mountain.
Nang Rong Waterfall is a waterfall in Thailand, located in the forest of Tambon Hin Tang, Amphoe Mueang Nakhon Nayok, Nakhon Nayok Province, a central region considered to be a part of the great Khao Yai National Park. Nang Rong is a multi-tiered waterfall plunges down to several rock formations below and then flows into the lush surrounding forests.
The park is also known as Khao Luang by local people. It covers an area of about 341 square kilometers. Ramkhamhaeng National Park is home to Khao Luang mountain range, Sai Rung Waterfall, a herbal garden, and the savannah located in the high country of the Khao Luang range.
“Saiyok Noi Waterfall”, known as "Khao Phang Waterfall”, is a well-known waterfall with limestone cliffs collapsing and that became the origin of the name "Khao Phang Waterfall”. The upstream falls from the mountain and flows along the limestone cliffs about 15-meter high, spreading over the sloping ground in the area.
A beautiful waterfall which was covered by dense forest in the four sides and is also a good trekking destination. It was formerly known as "Khet Krabat Waterfall", which has its source originating from the top of Nang Chan Mountain in the white sandy mountain range.