The sign for the waterfall on the 1001 highway is in English, and it is easy to spot the turn off to this nice small natural feature. After a few km down the wooded road you arrive at a well laid out area with parking areas of cars and toilets although the toilets were, in 2013 at the time of writing, Thai style. There are also vendors for food as well, but these may not be open at off peak times.
The actual waterfall (s) originates I believe, from a hot string and gently bubble down the whitened rock. From comments of others walking up, down and around the waterfalls, it seems grip is better barefoot.
Worth the trip from the highway 1001.
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