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Went all the way up to level 5 (as far as one can go). Had no problems negotiating the rocks but could see for some people it would be a challenge. At level 5 I took a refreshing swim in the waterfalls. Lots of curious...More
Been here before, but this time we really enjoyed it. It was raining heavy, making it even more fun. The was a lot of water in the river, making it more rough. The trail was wet an slippery, making it harder.
We couldn’t reach to...More
My husband and I went with a group of about 30 to Pala-U. It's about 300 THB to get into the park. We hiked all the way to the Level 5, and it was definitely not for the light of heart. We had some minor...More
Visited a few days ago, on a whim really taxi 1700 Bhat from Cha Am. The driver needed to phone to check it was open. I was especially looking forward to swimming and wore swimsuits. When we arrived at was a little rainy but the...More
Had a wonderful walk with the family. Managed to get to the 5th level with relative ease. Cost was about 1800 baaht for a taxi to the waterfall and 800 for entry into the park. Not sure why some tourists complain about the entry fee?...More
At 1 hour drive from Hua Hin you arrive in Thailand's largest National Park : Kaeng Krachan. At the southern part is the beautiful Pala- U waterfall. Climbing along the river is easy at the beginning but becomes more and more difficult at higher levels....More
After reading a couple of reviews we were in doubt whether we should go here with our 5 year old. But we went after all and we all had a great time. All if us, including our little girl, made it up to level 5....More
2nd May 2018, I went exploring one of the iconic place to visit during Hua Hin trip. As per told by my cute driver Miss Lin, the waterfall has 16 level of difficulty but we can only go up to level 5. When I ask...More
The Pala-U Waterfall is situated in the National Park Kaeng Krachan. Don't expect a huge waterfall but rather a series of smaller cascades which increase in height when you are willing to climb to level 5. For this you'll have to do some serious hiking...More