Sunday, November 8, 2009


To be honest, I don’t remember how we got here, I do know it is in Wang Chao National Park, Thailand. Direct access was poor, one needed to park on the main road and walk down hoping to find the falls. As you can see at the moment we visited (November 2008) there was not too much flow from the 5 m high fall. Beware though most of the flow comes from the opposite side Probably at the height of the rainy season it would be a good view. An au-naturel was called for.

Actually while looking for more pointers on the net I am now unsure whether it is the Wang Chao waterfall, certainly it is in the Wang Chao National Park. My
reference adds it is 100 m high, ... not!

Wang Chao National Park is located to the northwest of Kamphaeng Phet town, though access may be just as good from Tak to the north. Don't get too confused the town of Wang Chao is in Tak province, the national park is in Kamphaeng Phet. Access roads are highways 1109 or 1116 from the main A2 highway north.

Staying is good in recommended
Scenic Riverside Resort in Kamphaeng Phet.

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