Phaeng Waterfall, Ko Pha Ngan
Phaeng Waterfall, Ko Pha Ngan - Address, Phone Number
Address: Ban Madua Wan, ko pha Ngan.
Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
Timings: 24-hrs Details
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About Phaeng Waterfall, Ko Pha Ngan
Phaeng Waterfall is an impressive waterfall in ko pha Ngan for which you need to take a steep 250 meters jungle trail walking in order to reach its highest point. As you climb the point from which the waterfall originates, there would be a fantastic mountaintop viewpoint from where you can enjoy breathtaking views. Belonging to Thon Sadet- ko pha Ngan National Park, Phaeng waterfall is one of the largest on ko pha Ngan and is easily accessible. The best time to visit the waterfall is after a steady rainfall during the monsoon season. The waterfall has two levels, and offers many tracks leading to viewpoints in the mountain.
Phaeng Waterfall Information
- Prepare yourself for a challenging climb.
- You can hire guides as well.
How To reach Phaeng Waterfall by Public Transport
- Located in Ban Madua Wan on the road to Chaloklum.
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Phaeng Waterfall, Ko Pha Ngan Reviews
Beautiful place. Make sure you wear proper hiking shoes not sandals as we saw some people wearing. Pretty hard track especially in the rain but it's not to be missed
Interesting waterfall but with very steep path to its top, mostly of mud and gravel. It is hard to get to the tip, but rewarding, as it is really beautiful.
This is an excellent hike — not too easy, not too long, and there’s an excellent effort to reward ratio. The peaceful waterfall at the top is the highlight.
Beautiful little national park with a little nature trecking path going through the jungle with explaining signs everywhen showing information about the different plants and trees you can see. The waterfall itself is nice to see but that's all you can do there. If you continue on the path you will pass several other smaller waterfalls with nature pools you can take a bath in.
View from the viewpoint was worth the climb but be aware that it's one hell of a hike to get up there and very rough in places. Waterfall was a bit of a let down if I'm totally honest.