Ton Kloi Waterfall Khao Sok National Park


One level waterfall is a beautiful waterfall Born from Khlong Sok The waterfall plunges from a 20-meter high cliff with strong water flowing all year round. There is a stone courtyard for relaxing on the waterfall floor. There are many pecking trees around the waterfall. Walking distance of 7 kilometers, about 1 kilometer from Tang Nam.

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Than Sawan Waterfall - Khao Sok National Park


Than Sawan Waterfall is a medium-sized waterfall with a height of 70 meters, surrounded by various plants. Caused by the creek, Bang Phlu Chud, which flows into Khlong Sok. It is another beautiful waterfall. The water fell from the sheer cliffs, arching like a rainbow. It is about 6 kilometers from the National Park Office, about 1 kilometer away from Tang Nam.

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Mae Yai Waterfall
Khao Sok National Park


It is the only waterfall within the national park that can be reached by car. Located along Highway No. 401 (Surat Thani - Takua Pa) at km 113, is a single-tiered waterfall, about 30 meters high, very beautiful, especially in the rainy season, the water is full of steep cliffs, scattered with white bubbles. It is located 5.5 kilometers from the National Park Office.

Sip Et Chan Waterfall - Khao Sok National Park


It is a waterfall caused by the water in the Bang Lan canal flowing down in layers. descending along the cliff It is a 11-storey staircase, each about 10 meters high and about 70 meters apart, with water flowing all year round. The ground floor is the most beautiful. There is a wide pool for swimming. And there are rocks lined everywhere, suitable for sitting and relaxing. It is located about 4 kilometers from the National Park Office, must travel by foot.

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Wing Hin Waterfall 


Wing Hin Waterfall is the perfect destination for those seeking adventure, it is lovely Khao Sok trek. About 1.5 hour’s walk from the Khao Sok National Park Entrance and Headquarters. We left at about 1pm on a rainy day. I’ve always thought the best way to spend a rainy day in the jungle is to get in the water: this way you don’t mind getting wet along the hike because you’re going to get wet anyway! Once you’re off the main path, wildlife become a bit more common. Keep your eyes peeled for Horned Dragon Lizards, interesting insects, and monkeys. There’s enough water to swim here year round. The water is always quite slow moving near the bank and the current is easy to spot. Regardless of the weather, it’s nice and refreshing getting in the water after an hour’s hike. In the dry season, the banks provide a great spot for sunbathing as well. Even if you want to hike further into the park on your Khao Sok trek, this can be a good place to take a quick dip and cool off before continuing since it’s not too far from the main path. Photo of Samantha at the Wing Hin waterfall and the Sok river.

Bang Hua Rat Waterfall Popular for rafting activities, this waterfall with rapid water is 3 km from the visitor center on Ton Kloi Waterfall Trail.
Bang Hua Rat Waterfall

Popular for rafting activities, this waterfall with rapid water is 3 km from the visitor center on Ton Kloi Waterfall Trail.

Bang Hua Rat Waterfall Popular for rafting activities, this waterfall with rapid water is 3 km from the visitor center on Ton Kloi Waterfall Trail.
Bang Hua Rat Waterfall Popular for rafting activities, this waterfall with rapid water is 3 km from the visitor center on Ton Kloi Waterfall Trail.