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Huang Nam Keaw Waterfall, Ko Kut

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  • It's good trekking spot, but there's no waterfall during dry season, but there's small stream where you can swim. It's better to come during raining season maybe, and it's free. Very close to Chiang M...  more »
  • Personally I prefer these falls to those of khlong that are more to the North of koh kut because the basin is 2 times great olus and falls more impressive. Don't miss the strings on the right for swinging from the rock. Refreshing swim!
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  • Good for a little swim and just 10 minutes walk from the dirt road through the forest - can be a little slippery though  more »
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  • Very nice these falls, I also saw in the dry season, so little water ... But with greater flow must be spectacular. Also because they have a part behind the water fall very zen ... You have to go up slightly from where it takes the trail to get to the falls themselves. Some are the hardest to reach.
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