Pam Bok Waterfall

3.85 Votes
  • Address: Unnamed Rd Tambon Thung Yao Amphoe Pai Chang Wat Mae Hong Son 58130 Thailand
  • Tags: Hiking Trail, Family And Kids

The Pam Bok Waterfall with its narrow ridges, gushing stream in monsoon season, low ledges and a narrow canyon offers something for everyone –swimmers looking for a cool stream to cool down, hikers seeking an adventure getaway and adventure seekers looking for cliff jumping. While exploring Pai, take a scooter to reach the base and hike through the densely wooded region through which a narrow trail will take you to the Pam Bok Waterfall while you enjoy looking at the marvellous rock formations enroute. The falls look magnificent from July till November when the water is at the fullest form. Being one of the lesser known places tucked inside the forest, tranquillity amid the pristine nature will be your best treat.

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  • Pam Bok Waterfall Address: Unnamed Rd Tambon Thung Yao Amphoe Pai Chang Wat Mae Hong Son 58130 Thailand
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Pam Bok Waterfall Reviews & Ratings

  • Amazing waterfall with a great pool to swim in! Its only about a 3- minute walk from the parking lot! The cool water is super refreshing.

  • The area is interesting for its rock formations however the water is minimal (apparently) generally so when visited during dry season it was none existent. It was a quiet place to visit and not very touristy but this maybe different in more popular times

  • Dirty water and not really amazkng. Wouldnt recommemd it to anyone

  • Nice little waterfall. Great swimming hole to take a quick dip on a hot day. If you want a real adventure follow the trail up above the falls and hike up the creek where you will find some amazing swimming holes and no tourist. The bamboo bridges are also just up the road so it's an easy stop on the way.

  • Im sure this place can be nice... however I visited in the dryest season and there was no water at all. Just a dusty canyon. Still quite cool.

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