Namtok Chet Sao Noi National Park, Muak Lek

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National Park Waterfall
Local legend claims seven young women drowned in each of the seven enchanting natural pools formed by the waterfall located inside Namtok Chet Sao Noi National Park. The park's centerpiece, the waterfall and its pools are shaded by a thick forest canopy above, with banyan and orange trees creating a surreal atmosphere. While some of the pools are considered calm and suitable for swimming, others remain unsafe due to strong undercurrents. Use caution if you plan on going in. Plan to visit Namtok Chet Sao Noi National Park during your Muak Lek vacation using our convenient Muak Lek vacation planner.
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  • We found ourselves with more time to spare than we needed in Pak Chong so we took a trip out to these waterfalls. Journey from Pak Chong about 45 minutes and once you arrive there is plenty of parking...  more »
  • Located North of Mua Lek in the Khao Yai region. Its not Thailand most popular waterfall but its worth the detour.There's something mesmerising about this waterfall. Its a series of seven tiers cascad...  more »
  • Personally, I feel that Namtok Chet Sao Noi is quite amazing as this is the first time I have ever see a natural, not man-made waterfall. Visitors do take note that it is highly recommended to wear th...  more »