Pala-u Waterfall

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

Pala-u Waterfall - Review

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 Information

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

Pala-u Waterfall Ticket Prices

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

Pala-u Waterfall Opening and Closing Hours

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

How To reach Pala-u Waterfall by Public Transport

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

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TripHobo Highlights for Pala-u Waterfall

  • 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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Things to Know Before Visiting Pala-u Waterfall

  • 95% of people who visit Hua Hin include Pala-u Waterfall in their plan

  • 51.08% of people start their Pala-u Waterfall visit around 5 PM - 6 PM

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

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday

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

People normally club together Black Mountain Water Park and Panoenthung Scenic Point 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

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Pala-u Waterfall, Hua Hin Reviews

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  • We made our own way there , it's well signposted from about 50km away. It's well worth a visit ,as soon as you enter you are greeted by 100s of butterflies . as everyone else has said wear decent shoes! - flip flops are not ideal, apart from being slippy there are peckish ants all I we the place! The falls are on 5 levels ,it it gets progressively harder to get up but if your half fit you should be able to do it , we managed with a 3 year old to get to level 5 ( although he is very active) . The hardest part in my opinion in was between level 2 and 3 where it's quite rocky but get past that you ha e a good chance to get all the way to 5 !! -

  • Cool waterfall with butterfly if you come around April - May. WILD Elephant you also hsve chance to see on the way

  • Good places for refreshing with nature in a quiet place. This waterfall is not famous among Thai people so you can spend your time in peace. Driving quite far from Huahin and you should beware of the elephant on the besides way when you reach the natinal park zone

  • Went here in Songkran. The place is pretty crowded. The weather is sweaty hot and humid. The way up to each level is harder to access than Erawan Waterfall in Karnchanaburi. Encountered 2 snakes here, so keep watch both on the road and on the tree you might sit under. The good thing is the view is pretty beautiful. There's a lot of ever green valley scenes to take photos. There's a little stores in front of the entrance selling drinks and souvenirs. The entrance fee is omitted during Songkran Days. The parking is pretty far from the entrance since it's fully occupied. Maybe this is a better place to visit in the other day.

  • We only got as far as level 2. Being in our sixties we felt it unsafe to go any further, as it seemed to get more difficult as we looked up the falls. Big rocks, ropes to haul yourself up and over, no thanks. I would sincerely recommend sturdy walking boots to attempt this. But who brings their walking boots on a holiday to a tropical country, unless that is their intention.

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