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Khlong Chak Waterfall, Ko Lanta

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  • Easily reachable from most of the beaches. Not a challenging walk, but would not take trolleys etc there. But enjoyable walk and waterfalls was cool and pools were really nice!  more »
  • Okay so ya the jungle hike, okay but so sweaty and kinda dangerous. Cried my eyes out when I saw the elephants here. People get it together and do some research on what is done to these ele's to get t...  more »
  • We went in may 2017 and the place was easy to find. 20 Baht parking for motor bikes and 40 Baht for cars. You can buy water there for 15 Baht. The way is easy to find. There will be signs at the begin...  more »
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  • The falls is only small, but an enjoyable walk nonetheless. You cross the stream a few times, but nothing arduous. You might be lucky and spot a monkey or two. We did come across a snake at one point, but it just slithered off doing its own thing. It's a really nice, chilled thing to do on a sunny day.
  • 15-25min walk through a small path. You will need to cross the small river quite a few times on the way, so it is best to have footwear that you can get wet. Flip flops are technically possible, but path is rocky at places and slippery. We have done it with 3 small (3-6yo) children even though we had been warned a few times from people coming back.
  • Beginning of the trip is terrible, it's full of garbage with typical Thai approach to waste disposal: "if it's flammable then burn it". But deeper in jungle it was nice, there were bat-cave and waterfall which was a little smaller due to season. Parking fee is 20 THB for a motorbike and 40 THB for a car.
  • Nice hike, refreshing bath, very little waterfall though. Still worth the trip, fun hike.
  • The entrance is free. You only need to pay 20 baht to park your scooter. The hike to the waterfall is fun. You can take a side road to a batcave. The cave lookes pretty cool but we didn't see many bats though. The waterfall is a small waterfall.. not very impressive but quite relaxing. You can hike to the top of the waterfall and take a dip in a small pond. Beware in dry season the waterfall might be dry.