Flowing to the north of Muak Lek in a far-flung corner of the Khao Yai region, Chet Sao Noi Waterfall usually gets overlooked by travellers. It's not Thailand’s tallest, widest, or most popular waterfall, but with a haunting backstory and scenery that's right out of a fantasy novel, there’s something mesmerising about Chet Sao ... Read more about Chet Sao Noi Waterfall .
Lam Takong Lake, which is also the name of the local river that the lake feeds, lies to the northeast of Pak Chong. Surrounded by lush and pristine green mountains, this relatively large lake is one of Thailand's most scenic, and it's a protected area so there is literally zero development directly around most of it. While we were unable to find anyone offering kayak rental or lake tours, Lam ... Read more about Suranaree Park and Lam Takong Lake .