Khlong Lan National Park

Khlong Lan National Park: Tickets, Tours, Address, Khlong Lan National Park Reviews: 4.5/5

Khlong Lan National Park
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DGSmanila
Bangkok, Thailand297 contributions
magnificent waterfall
Nov 2020
Just by the end of the rainy season - the waterfall was complete full with water
dashing down with force. Great time to visit and enjoy the nature.

The area is full of many other waterfalls, picnic locations, camping sites etc.
Written December 7, 2020
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Eddy M
Khlong Nam Lai, Thailand8 contributions
Hidden Treasure
Feb 2018 • Friends
This waterfall is downright spectacular compared to others I've been to in Asia. It's a little far from Kamphaeng Phet (50 km) but well worth the trip. Plenty of water even in the dry season. Hardly any tourists and great swimming. Good clean bathrooms, a gift shop with hill tribe souvenirs, and a cute coffee shop. There's even a trail up to the top with stunning views and more swimming, but you have to ask permission to go up first and it would be easy to get lost if you didn't have a ranger with you.
Written November 21, 2018
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Dan L
Brookings, OR57 contributions
Fantastic waterfall!
Mar 2018
Quite a surprise to see this fantastic park with one of the best waterfalls we've seen in Thailand, not much of a walk to get to it and you can swim around it and under it!
Written March 5, 2018
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Bob293916
Bangkok, Thailand523 contributions
Two Points
Nov 2017 • Family
Firstly the waterfall was great and everyone had a great time from old to young, having a picnic, swimming and taking photos. All was good with the world !
The second point has always been bothering foreigners.
Why should they be charged 10 x more for entry ?
It is morally reprehensible, Racist and many more things. I am sure it is a government backed directive.
Many private attractions like khon Khaen Zoo offer free entry into for all over 60 into their facility!
If your government doesn’t want Falangs say so.
I am not a Falang, but a “ buk seeda “
Written November 26, 2017
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weescotsguy66
Pathum Thani, Thailand34 contributions
National Park
Mar 2017 • Family
We all know that Farang are getting charged 10 times the price for entry into the national park after some Thai negotiations I believe it was lowered, remember to keep your tickets since you are allowed into 3 parks with 1 tickets. The facilities for showers, toilets and shops were great, they are also installing footpaths to follow the contour of the tree shading, some more rubbish bins near the place would be better since we all know that people will not carry all the stuff back, the waterfall itself was impressive and lovely cool water.
Written March 24, 2017
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jeraldcoolpianist
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia182 contributions
wonderful nature...
Feb 2015 • Friends
this place is really awesome... the view is so beautiful like you have left the dirty city for paradise. Not many foreigners though, because it is not near Bangkok. If you wish to travel and have the adventurous side of you, take a bus to kamphaeng Phet or to Khlong Lan, when you are there catch a local transport to this place. it is really a good place to relax and to enjoy nature!
Written February 13, 2015
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wintermute87
Lawrence, Kansas178 contributions
Go on a workday for peaceful exp
The drive to khlong lan is scenic and the air is fresh if you take a motorbike. I believe admission is 200 baht for foreigners and 60 baht for Thais or people who have a work permit. (Note: you must show a work permit in order to pay the thai price).

I went on a week day (Wednesday) in the morning. It was very serene and I had the place to myself. I went for a jog up the sloped road to the waterfall then I hiked up to the top. It's a fairly easy climb but some places are slippery.

I also went for a dip in the second level pool. There are three possible places to submerge yourself - I'm referring to the first one above ground level. I went at the end of rainy season. The water was clean and refreshing but cold. All I could really stand was to get in and get out. Again be careful the algae can make getting in and out slippery.

This place is normally very crowded on the weekends so if you want peace and tranquility go on a work day.
Written November 19, 2014
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JamesFFC
Maidenhead, UK651 contributions
Beautiful setting, lovely waterfall
Jul 2014 • Friends
This is a great place for a day trip. The waterfall is genuinely beautiful and the water is cool, refreshing and looks fairly clean. Lots and lots of Thai people and the place seemed very child and family friendly. Not many places to buy food, so maybe bring your own if you do go. Overall, I would highly recommend.
Written July 16, 2014
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Woody
Kamphaeng Phet, Thailand13 contributions
Healing waters
Mar 2014 • Friends
So beautiful how the water cascades down the rocky cliffs... finally entering the pool below. waterfalls are natural miracles and offer somatee or meditation to all!
Written May 5, 2014
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Woody
Kamphaeng Phet, Thailand13 contributions
Relaxing and Healing place
Mar 2014 • Friends
The walk to the waterfall is short and sweet and there are wild monkeys to greet you.
They seem to enjoy hanging out at the waterfall as well. Clever primates!

The water is refreshingly cool, since it comes from the protected jungle above the falls.
You can swim and receive a massage from the waterfalls.

Everyone around is in a good mood, courtesy of the beautiful environment.
I am proud that Thailand has protected this beautiful woodland and waterfall.

Kap khun mak kap,

Ajarn Dennis,
Faculty of Education,
Kamphaeng Phet Rajabhat University..
Written May 5, 2014
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