Haew Narok Waterfall, Khao Yai National Park

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Check out Haew Narok Waterfall, featuring a 150 m (492 ft) cascade and lush surroundings. Standing at the nearby hills allows you to view at least one of the waterfall's multiple drops. The trek through the jungle does require climbing steep stairs, which some visitors find challenging. Walk carefully and remember to wear shoes suitable for uneven and slippery terrain. Before you head to Khao Yai National Park, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Khao Yai National Park tour planner, to make sure you see all that Khao Yai National Park has to offer, including Haew Narok Waterfall.
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  • Situated in the Khao Yai National Park, which costs 400 baht per foreigner, 40 baht per Thai and 50 baht for a car, this attraction is then free. Ample parking with some refreshments available from a ...  more »
  • We paid for a taxi to bring us to see the waterfall, from the hotel in which we were staying in Korat. The walk to and from the waterfall, from the car park, was steep but not far. My daughter had see...  more »
  • It was a good walk of 1 km with steep stairs for the last 100 m or so. Not suited for elderly or younger children. Does require a little stamina. However, the view would be quite splendid on the seaso...  more »
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  • The best waterfall in Khao Yai National Park. Go in September, the peak of the rainy season when the water flow is at its maximum. Be careful during the descent down the steep stairway, it can be slippery when wet. For other reviewers complaining about the dual pricing system, it's here to stay so it's pointless complaining. Vote with your feet and go to Laos where there are much better waterfalls on the Bolaven Plateau (Pakse area). For in-depth information on the Bolaven Plateau, visit my travel Blog: megaworldasia dot com
  • The waterfall is gorgeous and it's an incredibly powerful jump. However, the price is 400 baht for foreigners vs 40 baht for Thai. Come on, are you serious?
  • You cannot swim here. All you do is walk down a bunch of incredibly steep steps to get a selfie. Maybe it'd be more spectacular in the wet season. Also be aware there is an entry fee for the national Park. (Foreigners pay up to 10x more than Thai people for entry. We are talking around 20aud here (Inc car) though so it's by no means big money. It's definitely worth it to go through the park though. Have a great trip.
  • at the southern end of Khao Yai, roughly 25km from the visitor center. Tall waterfall...need to walk a bit from the parking area; must-see when in Khao Yai
  • There's only a small amount of water this late in February. Best to come back after the rainy season