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. Work out when and for how long to visit Haew Narok Waterfall and other Khao Yai National Park attractions using our handy Khao Yai National Park day trip planning website .
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  • From the car park, u need to trek 1km to the waterfall. U start with a easy walk on generally flat land. Then to a fleet of steps right before the waterfall. The steps may pose a big challenge for tho...  more »
  • We were in the rainy season, the waterfall has struck its power! The waterfall is located on the territory of the National Park, so you must buy a ticket-400 baht for foreigners, from the car park to the waterfall-1 km, the road is concrete, ends up the stairs with many steps. It is possible to pass to 17.00, later the Trail closed.
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  • A tall waterfall was very beautiful. If the water is a very strong rain page. The way to the waterfall, hiking ... Rains will slip and have to be careful, take a photo, the camera should be considered standing in the distance, If the standing water mist spray from the waterfall is near the front of the wet put it in.
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  • A pretty waterfall, from Bkk to Khao Yai through Nakhorn Nayok, this one is first, quite close to the park entrance. Come early there are fewer people. This place is quite impressive after some heavy rain, otherwise looks weak and small. In the last few hundred meters in front of the fall you see large concrete structures with barbed wires, a local guide once told me that a while ago an elephant fell all the way from the top.
  • 1km hike, last 100m or so is not for height phobia and weak knees. Very steep stairs, almost 90 degrees. Otherwise the effort is worth, amazing views.
  • An interesting hike of about 900m to this water fall. The last 100m was down this very steep steps to the viewing platform. Not recommended for people with walking difficulties. And the steps can be slippery at times.
  • 9 y o nephew said that it was worth the 1km walk to the waterfall. Lots of stairs towards the end, may not be suitable for people w mobility problems...
  • Highly recommended to visit there because very famous in Khow Yai.

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Where to stay in Khao Yai National Park

Although restrictions on development in Khao Yai National Park prevent visitors from staying within the park itself, you can get very close. The most popular place to stay is just north of the park, where you can choose from an abundance of options ranging from budget hostels and guesthouses to luxury hotels with onsite restaurants and swimming pools. For optimum access to the protected area, stay on Route 2090.
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