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Caves and Waterfalls in Chanthaburi
Caves
Khao Wong Cave
Location : Kaeng Hang Maeo District
Khao Wong Cave
Khao Wong Cave
Khao Wong Cave or Khao Wongkot is part of the Khao Chamao - Khao Wong National Park, located about 40 kilometres before reaching Chanthaburi town. There are more than 60 caves around the base of the mountain, but have only 20 caves opened for publics.

Khao Wong is a group of limestone hills standing in circular cluster with cliffs and caves containing stalagmites and stalactites. There are passages connecting some of the chambers. The walking trails outside offer views of varied plantlife. For those intending to explore the caves, torches are advisable as there are no natural lights inside. The best time to go cave-exploring is between February and April, after which they tend to be flooded. From the cave proceed on foot to see the caves themselves. Advice could be obtained from park officials.

How to get there
To reach Khao Wong Cave take the turning at Km. 286 (Ban Kong Din) on the Sukhumvit Road (Highway no. 3). Then make a left turn to the park, 12 kilometres further on. Or take a turn at Km. 288 (Talat Na Yai Arm) instead.
Administered by : Khao Chamao Khao Wong National Park
Opening Hours : Daily from 08:00 am. - 06:00 pm.
Contact : Tel. 0 3802 0510
Hotels : Hotels in Kaeng Hang Maeo Area
Waterfalls
Khao Sip Ha Chan Waterfall
Location : Keang Hang Maeo District
Khao Sip Ha Chan Waterfall or Namtok Nam Pen is a part of Khao Sip Ha Chan National Park. The park covers a rich, lush forestland of some 120 square kilometres where many herbal plants and wildlife are found. This waterfall is very attractive and charming place with a panoramic view. It's a moderate sized waterfall 15-tiered with stream all year. The Waterfall Far away from Keang Hang Maeo district office about 35 km which near Sakaeo province. Access and travel is only in dry period. There is natural trail for study that was prepared by National park with about 4.8 km.

How to get there
From Bangkok able to travel to Khao Sip Ha Chan Waterfall by use highway no. 3 (Bangna - Trat) and keep part to highway no. 334 (Chonburi -Banbueng) to Keang Hang Maeo District about 10 kms to Khunsong sub-district. Total distance is 250 kms.
Administered by : Khao Sip Ha Chan National Park
Opening Hours : Daily from 08:00 am. - 06:00 pm.
Contact : Tel. 08 1000 1166, 08 7953 3316
Khlongsaba Waterfall
Location : Keang Hang Maeo District
Khlongsaba Waterfall is the medium-sized waterfall with 6 levels, located about 6 km on the east of Khao Sip Ha Chan National Park office. It is teeming with verdant forests and the river flow is high throughout the year. The water basin can be also played water is also forest trails. Khlongsaba Waterfall is the ideal setting for camping and hiking are the most popular activity in the park.

How to get there
From Bangkok able to travel to Khao Sip Ha Chan Waterfall by use highway no. 3 (Bangna - Trat) and keep part to highway no. 334 (Chonburi -Banbueng) to Keang Hang Maeo District about 10 kms to Khunsong sub-district. Total distance is 250 kms.
Administered by : Khao Sip Ha Chan National Park
Opening Hours : Daily from 08:00 am. - 06:00 pm.
Contact : Tel. 08 1000 1166, 08 7953 3316
Khlong Chang Se Waterfall
Location : Khao Khitchakut District
Khlong Chang Se Waterfall is a part of Khao Khitchakut National Park, nestled between the way up to Khao Pha Bat, about 10 km from national park headquarters. This waterfall is one of the most gorgeous waterfalls to visit in Chanthaburi. There is also a nature trail and campground nearby, but you need to be accompanied by a park ranger.
Administered by : Khao Khitchakut National Park
Opening Hours : Daily from 08:00 am. - 06:00 pm.
Contact : Tel. 0 3945 2074
Krathing Waterfall
Location : Khao Khitchakut District
Krathing Waterfall
Krathing Waterfall
Krathing Waterfall is a part of Khao Khitchakut National Park, located just outside of Chathaburi. The park covers a rich, verdant forestland of some 58 square kilometres. Krathing Waterfall is the moderate-sized waterfall with 13 tiers and the river flow is high throughout the year.

An attraction is the Krathing waterfall with its nature trails cutting through all levels of the waterfall. There are clear ponds where swimming is possible. Camping is allowed in the park. There are also accommodations for visitors who should make advance booking at the Forestry Department in Bangkok.

Administered by : Khao Khitchakut National Park
Opening Hours : Daily from 08:00 am. - 06:00 pm.
Contact : Tel. 0 3945 2074
Klong Piboon Waterfall
Location : Khao Khitchakut District
Klong Piboon Waterfall is a part of Khao Khitchakut National Park, is located in the north of Chanthaburi province. Klong paiboon Waterfall is a big waterfall which is suitable for playing water and taking peaceful recreation. It locates near the Ranger Station 2th Klong Pai Boon and 8 kilometres far from the national park office. The most popular months for visiting being November through to January.

How to get there
Khao Khitchakut National Park, located about 21 kilometres from downtown Chanthaburi and can be reached through three accesses branching off Sukhumvit Road (Highway No. 3) at Km. 305 (Ban Huai Sathon) or at Km. 324 (Khao Rai Ya intersection). There is a sign saying to turn right into the National Park in a further 1.5 km.
Administered by : Khao Khitchakut National Park
Opening Hours : Daily from 08:00 am. - 06:00 pm.
Contact : Tel. 0 3945 2074
Khlong Nalai Waterfall
Location : Lam Sing District
Khlong Nalai Waterfall located in Klong Narai Sub-district which is about 6 Kilometres away from Chanthaburi province and far from the main road Chanthaburi - Trat about 2 Kilometres. The site is suitable for visitors who love bushwalking and natural exploring.

How to get there
From Chanthaburi town can be reached via Highway No. 3 at a right turn at Km. 338 - 339 and two kilometres further away on foot.
Administered by : Namtok Phlio National Park
Opening Hours : Daily from 08:00 am. - 06:00 pm.
Contact : Tel. 0 3943 4528
Makok Waterfall
Location : Khlung District
Makok Waterfall is a part of Namtok Phlio National Park, is covering a rich area of verdant of eastern forests. It's the small size waterfall consisting of 2 steps which suitable for relaxation and the river flow is high throughout the year. The waterfall is on the same way to Trok Nong Waterfall and it is in the responsibility of the ranger station 4.

How to get there
From Chanthaburi town can be reached via Highway No. 3 at a right turn at Km. 338 - 339 and two kilometres further away on foot.
Administered by : Namtok Phlio National Park
Opening Hours : Daily from 08:00 am. - 06:00 pm.
Contact : Tel. 0 3943 4528
Phlio Waterfall
Location : Laem Sing District
Phlio Waterfall
Phlio Waterfall
Phlio Waterfall is a part of Namtok Phlio National Park, covering an area of 134.5 square kilometres along forestland at Khao Sa Bap mountain range. It's a medium-scale waterfall with 3 level features a basin of cool, clear water for splashing around and plenty of fish make the flowing streams their home. The most popular tourist attraction nearby are Along Khon Chedi and Phranang Reua Lom Pyramid was built by King Rama V as a loving memorial to Phra Nang Chao Sunanthakumarirat, his first consort, who died in a boat accident.

Tourist Attractions How to get there
There are two other waterfalls in the park. The Khlong Narai waterfal, about 6 kilometres from town via Highway no. 3 at a right turn at Km. 338 - 339 and two kilometres further away on foot. The Trok Nong waterfal is off Highway no. 3277 (Khlung - Makham route) with a left turn at Trok Nong market and a further 2 kilometres on foot.
Administered by : Namtok Phlio National Park
Opening Hours : Daily from 08:00 am. - 06:00 pm.
Contact : Tel. 0 3943 4528
Trok Nong Waterfall
Location : Khlung District
Trok Nong Waterfall
Trok Nong Waterfall
Trok Nong Waterfall is located 6 kilometres from Chanthaburi town via Highway no. 3. There are other two waterfalls in the park. This takes 2 Kilometers from the ranger station 1 to reach the lowest level of the falls. It's a medium-scale waterfall with 3 levels, a lower floor is called Mai Si, the middle falls is Klang and on the top is Trok Nong Waterfall, it's a very beautiful and the river flow is high throughout the year. The falls is perennial and the trail to the falls is rich with diversity of local flora whilst the area also provides habitats of wildlife.

How to get there
From Chanthaburi town can be reached via highway no. 3. The Trok Nong waterfall is off Highway No. 3277 (Khlung - Makham route) with a left turn at Trok Nong market and a further 2 kilometres on foot.
Administered by : Namtok Phliu National Park
Opening Hours : Daily from 08:00 am. - 06:00 pm.
Contact : Tel. 0 3943 4528
Khao Soi Dao Waterfall
Location : Soi Dao District
This lovely waterfall is situated in Khoa Soi Dao Wildlife Sanctuary, about 80 kilometres from the city on the Chanthaburi - Sa Kaeo Road. This waterfall is offers good viewpoints of the forest in Khao Soi Dao. It's a moderate sized waterfall which comprises of 16 tiers and the river flow is high throughout the year, each level having its own name and possessing its own unique beauty.

The fall starts near the peak of Khao Soi Dao Nua Mountain at 1,556 meters above sea level. More than 85% of the forest in Khao Soi Dao wildlife sanctuary is evergreen.
Opening Hours : Daily from 08:30 am. - 06:30 pm.