Na Muang WaterfallsCurrently Open
- Address: 4169, Na Mueang, Ko Samui District, Surat Thani 84140, Thailand
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Outdoors, Water Body, Waterfall, Water Sport, Nature
This scenic waterfall is the tallest waterfall on Samui and lies in the centre of the island about 12km from Na Thon. The water cascades over ethereal purple rocks, and there’s a great pool for swimming at the base. There are two other waterfalls in the vicinity: a smaller waterfall called Na Muang 2 and the high drop at Nam Tok Wang Saotong. These chutes are situated just north of the ring road near Hua Thanon.
- The water is ideal for a dip so bring extra pair of clothes if you are up for it.
- Bring food and drink and plan plenty of time to take in the sights; you won’t want to leave as eateries are not available.
- Hiking shoes are recommended.
- Drive from Nathon and hike from the jungle trek base point.
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67.88% of people who visit Ko Samui include Na Muang Waterfalls in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
34.25% of people start their Na Muang Waterfalls visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Na Muang Waterfalls
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Na Muang Waterfalls
Very picturesque waterfall, you can swim in the refreshing pool at the bottom. It's a nice motorbike ride here too! However do not participate in elephant riding, it's horrible when they chain them up and stab them with sticks and the elephants look so sad and lifeless in the eyes!!
Falls are quite nice,especially after a good rain. Nice place for a coffee and feeding elephants, although we felt bad for the elephant captivity...otherwise a good outing!
watch out for the markets leading up to the waterfall one if the stalls ripped us off. the locals charged 20b for parking. this said the waterfall was good
Awesome place just a 5 minute walk from car park. I was not expecting it to be a crowded place, but there were a quite a bunch of other people. Most of them were just standing at a shore and watching, so if you want to take a bath in the small pond created by waterfall, you are free to go without waiting. Besides two or three rocks, the water is deep enough to jump in from nearby rocks, but be very careful and ask locals where you are safe to jump.
An actual waterfall cascading over beautiful rocks in a tropical jungle environment. Definitely worth going to see. The other waterfalls in Koh Samui were more like creeks. This is a real waterfall!!