Klong Plu Waterfall
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Lou Schraeder
Charlottetown, Canada9 contributions
Jan 2020 • Solo
A quick 10-20 minute trek through the jungle brings you to a cool, deep pool fed by the waterfall. The water is filled with fish that don’t mind an extra body in the water. There’s tons of ropes to help you climb out and the waters deep enough to dive into. There’s a 200 bht entry fee but the ticket can be used at all the other waterfalls/national parks in Koh Chang within the same day so I’d highly recommend renting a bike and checking a few them out!
Written January 23, 2020
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Tanja
14 contributions
Feb 2020 • Couples
Beautiful water fall, it's nice to have a swim there, and you can enjoy a fish spa for free in the nature, there is also a life guard. Don't park your motorbike before entering the national park, after paying your entrance fee you can drive through the counter and park afterwards for free. Go before 11am and wear good shoes
Written February 22, 2020
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Barrie C
Udon Thani, Thailand35 contributions
Aug 2020
A nice walk through the jungle to get to the waterfall. Not too far from parking the car. about a 400 meter walk.
Unfortunately due to recent rain we were unable to swim at the bottom of the waterfall.
also disappointing is the 200 Baht entrance fee for foreigners. Much cheaper for Thai pepole.
Still a worthwhile experience.
Written August 29, 2020
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Jon G
Perth, Australia355 contributions
Apr 2022 • Solo
It’s a very nice spot but for tourists it’s a 200tb entry fee. You can use the same ticket to see the other waterfall on the same day but no one tells you that. I arrived at 4pm but no one tells you it closes at 4:30pm and it’s not sign posted. The guards at the waterfall instead blow their whistle at you if you walk along the rocks. With limited English they don’t tell you it’s closing time instead they just yell at you constantly and blow their whistle again.
If you pick up a twig and drop it in the water they yell at you for feeding the fish.
It’s a beautiful place but for me it was a bad experience
Written April 26, 2022
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Marios K
Ayia Napa, Cyprus400 contributions
Jan 2020 • Family
To go there we spent 200 for motorbike 200 each on entrance ticket. we lost about 20 mins to go there from white sands beach and 15 mins (9-10 mins if no kid) walk from the parking (10 bat to park). you better not wear sleepers there.
waters were dirty and too many people for such a small place (crowded). we swam but ok its not the crystal clear waters to do that. there are some fish that clean your feet from dead skin.
if i knew it was like this i wouldnt go there and saved a day at the beach.

toilet is only at the beginning at parking place so use it before you start to go at your own risk (no button, just a bucket, no soap). buy a bottle of drinking water also at the beginning as there is nothing at the falls end (just 2 guards making sure you are not stepping on edges and feeding the fish).

compared to kawasan falls or niagara falls i would rate it for 1/1000.
Written January 29, 2020
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Jani
Germany21 contributions
Jan 2020
For 200 THB and even for free, if I would know what I will see there, I would not go. Very disappointing, not interesting and definitely a tourist trap! It would be nice if they at least pre-warn you before you buy the ticket to manage and extremely lower your expectations. No recommendation to visit!!!
Written January 8, 2020
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bushrah2016
Bangkok, Thailand181 contributions
Nov 2021 • Family
We visited this waterfall multiple times. The path is short and long enough, and the water is crystal clear

In rainy season we couldn't go in the waterfall but otherwise it was great.

Fantastic experience. Must do!
Written November 14, 2021
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Bangoe
184 contributions
Jul 2020
This is apparently the most impressive waterfall in the island. Well, it has a nice high fall, but not much of a width. Anyway, nice to look at and well worth the walk. The walk from the gate to the fall is very well prepared, but still kept very natural so a great pleasure to walk. There were also several informative signs about the forest in both Thai and English. And there were many great places to take a swim if that is your style.
Written July 14, 2020
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Mohammad
Tehran, Iran359 contributions
Mar 2017 • Couples
The ways of waterfall far from our hotel and the way to waterfall wasn't good for children and old people
Written April 24, 2017
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Chris Bril
Ringwood North, Australia161 contributions
Sep 2016 • Solo
After nearly half an hour we were nearly there - the Chinese nerds in their yellow life jackets and I had been sliding our as**s inch by inch over the mossy ledge leading to the thunderous drop point of the 100 metre Khlong Phlu waterfall. Little fish nibbled our toes which made the girls scream - 'ai, ai, ai'.

To our surprise a blond giant in sky-blue chevron patterned speedos swam past us using powerful strokes and Nordic resolve. Upon reaching the cascade he released himself, allowing the unbelievable flow to propel him through the rocky channel, plomping him into the pool below.

That swim was a real highlight of my trip to Koh Chang, so much natural beauty.

I had one of the best and worst days of my life at Klong Plu Waterfall.

I saw a tree covered in mushrooms off the beaten track and I went to take photos. Unfortunately, I slipped and fell and slid down a hill and broke my beloved Lumix GM1. I could still take photos if I pushed the battery in, which added another level of difficulty to what is already a difficult task - macrophotography combining gemstones and tiny plants.

On the other hand the photos I took at this park are amongst my best ever. The light was so interesting: dank and dark and then bursts of sheer brilliance. It was like the lighting concept for a cabaret show in miniature.

I also lost my prescription Karen Walker sunglasses but I found them an hour later when I returned to take more photos of the mushrooms, which seemed very serendipitous.
Written September 9, 2016
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