Wang Kaeo Waterfall


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What we say: 3.5 stars

This picturesque waterfall lies at the end of the 24-kilometre-long route 1303, which runs north from the small town of Wang Neua. It's quite a long trip to the falls, but the multiple-level limestone falls are lovely and the setting is relaxing and peaceful, making it a good place to bring a packed lunch. Enroute to the falls you'll pass through numerous villages featuring wooden houses, and if the time of year is right you'll see corn being stored underneath them, which makes for gorgeous photos. Also enroute is the pleasant Wat Phra Kaew, about a kilometre to the west of route 1303 about halfway to the falls. It has a large chedi set in peaceful surrounds. Admission to the waterfall is 20B per person and 10B for a motorcycle.

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24km from Wang Neua
Last updated: 15th January, 2009

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