Pala-u Waterfall

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  • Address: Kaeng Krachan National Park, Thailand, Hua Hin
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  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Phone: +66-032459293
  • Ticket Price: 400 THB
  • Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Water Body, Waterfall, Family And Kids

The Pala-U Waterfall is located around 60 kilometres west of Hua Hin. Situated within the Kaeng Krachan National Park, it is close to the Myanmar border. The journey to the falls itself is beautiful, you pass through a stunning countryside and occasionally, you get to see wild elephants coming out of the jungle. The waterfall has 16 steps to it making it one of Thailand’s longest waterfalls. Its 3rd step is where many locals and tourists flock to since it has a large natural pool. The atmosphere at the waterfall is very refreshing. You have to visit it while on your Hua Hin trip.

Pala-u Waterfall Travel Tips

  • Do carry a change of clothes.
  • Carrying snacks with you is recommended.
  • Please do not litter.

Entrance Ticket Details For Pala-u Waterfall

  • Adult Foreign National : Baht 400
  • Foreign National Child : Baht 200
  • Thai National : Baht 80

Pala-u Waterfall Hours

  • Please enquire before you visit.
  • Recommended time to visit : 8 a.m. - 3 p.m.

How to Reach Pala-u Waterfall

  • Usually, a trip to Pala-U Waterfall is arranged by a tour operator in Hua Hin.

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  • Pala-u Waterfall Address: Kaeng Krachan National Park, Thailand, Hua Hin
  • Pala-u Waterfall Contact Number: +66-032459293
  • Pala-u Waterfall Timing: 24-hrs
  • Pala-u Waterfall Price: 400 THB
  • Time required to visit Pala-u Waterfall: 03:00 Hrs
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  • 50.39% of people who visit Hua Hin include Pala-u Waterfall in their plan

  • 54.55% of people start their Pala-u Waterfall visit around 5 PM - 6 PM

  • People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Pala-u Waterfall

Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Pala-u Waterfall

People normally club together Black Mountain Water Park and Sam Pan Nam Floating Market while planning their visit to Pala-u Waterfall.

People also prefer to end their day with Pala-u Waterfall.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Pala-u Waterfall Reviews & Ratings

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  • Was quite a lovely surprise. I hiked up with my 6 year old to the 3rd level where the water level was high, even being the dry season - this is definitely a nice little gem. My wife said she felt in paradise as we walked in the forest while the butterflies escorted us up. 5/5 will return during the rainy season.

  • Very interesting place. The rapids of the waterfall are small, but beautiful, around the jungle. There are a lot of fish in the waterfall, the children really liked to feed them. Be careful in April there were a lot of wasps, my daughter was bitten by a wasp in the leg, local workers in the cafe said that they did not bite.

  • Nice place to be! The street up there are under construction so be careful! The beautiful thing about the way up there that you are allowed to drive only 30km/h because of wild elephants. So maybe you can see them when you get up there. The way up to the waterfalls is a really nice hiking. You have ropes so it is save. You are always swimming with wild fish but they are really trustful and swim to you. I liked it. And there are not that many people as I aspect! But you have to pay 300bath for the scooter and 50bath each person so you can take the road to drive to the waterfalls.

  • Well worth the trip to enjoy a day with natural surroundings. Beautiful to be mobbed by butterflies on the walk up. A relief from much hotter Hua Hin. Level 3 to level 4 was tougher but worth it to get to the pool and falls you usually see in the advertising. Take lunch with you, the food stall is very very basic. No alcohol allowed though, too easy to have an accident I presume.

  • It took an hour and a half to get there from were we were staying, but it is well worth seeing. If you don't mind walking (trainers or walking boots)are advised, you get to see five different waterfalls (so there are a lot of great photos to be taken) you can also swim in the pools. Which is great after all the walking.

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