Na Muang Waterfall

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Curtis Shelton
Orlando, FL179 contributions
Jun 2020 • Family
I love nature stuff so has to visit a waterfall, and that’s pretty much what you get!

Tucked in the woods down a small road where if you had a decently big vehicle you be pretty screwed driving through.

The location itself looks like it recently updated a little. The restrooms has a small 10 Baht charge, as well they are not in the greatest of conditions . You have to pay, but we got our money back! So idk if there is an actuate thing on that!

The waterfall is truly a sight to see, can travel up the stream a bit for more privacy, the water very refreshing, and tasted very good. Before tasting make sure no one near by, as well just be careful of the rocks when you jump into the water.

There are elephants you can feed, last I asked they took care of them well. Updates in future if anyone knows!

Was super hot when we went, and watch out for the mosquitos.

Would go back again, backpacking is my thing!
Written June 8, 2020
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Jeff206
Samut Prakan, Thailand531 contributions
Dec 2020
I visited this location while on a little half day trip I’d arranged from my hotel. While I didn’t go into the water, the ribbonlike waterfall was very impressive and there was no entry fee to get into this place. It’s also located inset from the main road, and in the woods a little bit.

There was actually a second waterfall, but according to the driver, it wasn’t open to the public at that time.

Unless you’re planning on swimming there for a bit, for myself, it was really just a short ‘see and leave’ kind of site. No need to really spend that much time there, but why it’s still good to stop by if you have other locations in the area to stop by and see.
Written April 16, 2021
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laura19081
Glasgow, UK36 contributions
Feb 2020 • Couples
The waterfalls are nice, quite a steep climb up to the top but you can swim in the plunge pools and it is a nice setting in the jungle. When you are walking there make sure you take the path on the left if you want to go for free as the path on the right up the hill they charge you to use a more private area with slides and a pool- not really worth it in my opinion.
At the bottom of the waterfalls there is elephant trekking, the elephants are constantly being ridden by tourists, the elephants get hit with a stick/hook which is very sad. If you want to see elephants consider going to a sanctuary- do not ride one for entertainment purposes- do some research online. Also there was a ‘photo with a tiger’ where tourists like up to take a photo with a tiger. I can only imagine the tiger is restrained or in a tiny enclosure etc. We did not partake in any of the animal activities at the bottom, if you go, only go to the waterfalls. Also the sign that states the elephant trekking has been inspected etc is out of date.
Written February 15, 2020
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catllar2015
Chiang Mai, Thailand202 contributions
Feb 2020
Went yesterday. We are a couple in our 70s and are quite active. Just to get that out the way. When you visit an attraction where you are told you can take a 4x4 up to it you do not expect to have to hike a somewhat dangerous path and cross a bridge which admits it is fragile.. For the person who calls people going there in flip flops "idiots" try getting info about this place! Access is terrible. You have to run the gamut of some sort of elephant park where we were distressed to see young elephants in tiny enclosures - barely longer than they were themselves, being teased by visitors with bananas. We took the 4x4 ( just past Shawn the Sheep model) for 100baht each expecting to arrive at the fall. Wrong. Then began the hike. Fall is dependant on rain (obviously) it was a trickle. Not worth the danger we'd put ourselves in to see it. And Plastic water slides? Really??
Written February 12, 2020
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DeanMcc007
Crawley, UK537 contributions
Feb 2020
Stopped here on part of the island tour and I must say it was worth it.
The walk to the waterfall is in the middle of the forest and then it just appears !
Although our visit in February when rain is minimal it did not make it less attractive.
Deet is a must for those who get bitten easily
Written February 27, 2020
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david.travel
Budapest, Hungary299 contributions
Jan 2020 • Couples
If you have ever visited an another waterfall you wouldn't visit here. It is like a deserted water park with an overpriced buffet.
But if you like sliding and spend app 1 or 2 hours in a nature rather then beaching, it can be fun.
Written January 16, 2020
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Beth B
24 contributions
Feb 2022 • Solo
Waterfall 1 is very easy to get to, parking is 20th and I would have given it 5 stars if it wasn’t for the elephant tourist attraction in the car park which upset me abit as I arrived. The waterfall it self is just a 2 min walk from the car park and you can swim in the pool.
To get to waterfall 2, drive back to the main road and turn left then take the immediate first left again. There is a car park but keep driving past the car park and up the road to the right, you can park up the hill and begin your hike from there. Would advise taking water and wearing trainers. Don’t bother hiking further than the main pool/view point, as there’s nothing further up to see. The view at the top is the best I’ve seen in samui and I’ve done them all!
Written February 4, 2022
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LifeOnTheRun
Bangkok, Thailand247 contributions
Aug 2020
There is a place to swim and the water is nice going down the waterfall. But the scenery isn’t that spectacular.
It’s more a local play pool for children living in the area.

If you’re close I recommend to have a look. But don’t go out of your way to get here.
Written August 23, 2020
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Mark William
Bangkok, Thailand48 contributions
Jul 2020 • Solo
I parked at the elephant sanctuary and walked up the paved road to the waterfall entrance. Waterfall 1 was OK but several families there so not really a private place to chill.

I walked up to number 2 which is a decent hike and will take 15 mins at a decent pace. There's plenty pools up there to relax and one pool further up for swimming. Great views over the valley and out to sea. I chilled here alone for hours. Excellent place.

Be careful though... On the way down I was greeted by a king cobra staring me down on the path. I managed to scare it away with sticks so I could pass but a little adrenaline rush right there!

Didn't see anyone else the entire time after waterfall 1.
Written July 2, 2020
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LIFECHANNELS
12 contributions
Nov 2020
A small waterfall on Koh Samui
Can walk in not very far from the parking spot. Will meet the waterfall
That has water all year round Take photos, play in the water, get a beautiful waterfall.
Come to Samui, visit once, just right.
Nature tourism in Thailand
Written November 16, 2020
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