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All reviews national park fish nibbling walking shoes fish spa wear good shoes easy ride dead skin steep climb slippery rocks quick dip different levels walk up rainy season well worth the effort worth the trip small entrance fee the main road
We liked it. Warm, moisty but when we came up to level four it was fantastic. A little bit cooler, a lot of butterflies and pooring water.
We where there with a 14 years teenie and despite that she has a small disability, she was...More
The national park is definitely worth a visit! Take with you enough water (it’s really hot and moist!), swimwear and maybe a little energy boosting snack, since it really is a bit of a hike.
Enjoy a refreshing swim in the pond underneath the waterfall!...More
We went there accidently on the way back to the hotel. I definitly would avoid this place. It had more tourists in the water, than waterfall at itself. This place is only for tourists. Animals and locals runned already for their lives. I cannot recomend...More
We arrived at the start of the waterfalls at 09:30 on Saturday morning and we were pretty much the only ones there. We allowed two hours to complete the walk and have a swim. The walk to level 1 is easy and you get to...More
having previously went to lampi and sanrung
, we have some expectation of the ton chong fa waterfall. the walk is certainly not for young children and do go with good walking shoes
if u want sometime easy and nice waterfall, this is not the...More
We read some reviews before visiting advising on sensible footwear and glad we did. We were our swimming shoes which were ideal for the slippery rocks as well as climbing through the rain forrest to the different levels. Some of the sections have hand rails...More
really beautiful walk - 1 km from carpark to foot of waterfall, then 1.5 along small wooden bridges to the top of the waterfall. DO NOT DO WHEN RAINING. cost's 200 baht as is the national park fee but is so beautiful it is worth...More
We have seen many waterfalls but still enjoyed this one.about 1 km from entrance you get to first one, this is also best one for a dip but busiest as not many people walk the trail up to the next levels. To level 2 it...More
This is definitely worth the 700bht Taxi ride and 200 each entry fee. Leave enough time to enjoy all the swimming spots, we were a little unorganised and didn’t realise you can spend at least 4 hours easily.
Go prepared with good walking shoes with...More