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Phuket Waterfalls


 
Phukets three most famous waterfalls are not nearby the largest in Thailand and in dry season the waterfalls is not worth a visit. The largest waterfall named Bang Pae is only around 18 meters high, not exactly the worlds largest. So you see there is no need to vast a whole day traveling just to take pictures in front of a "big" waterfall.
 
A much better reason is to get away from the beach and sun if only for a day. But why should someone want to do that? It's easy to have a sunburn on the beach, so visiting a waterfall is your chance to let the skin heal and at the same time experience Phukets only remaining rainforest.
 
Ton Sai Waterfall
 
Ton Sai Waterfall
A small falls, over which pours a great volume of water during the rainy season. The trees, watercourses, and pools nearby provide one of Phuket’s loveliest scenes .. read more
 
 
Bang Pae Waterfall
 
Bang Pae Waterfall
Best known now as the site of the Gibbon Fund, a project to return domesticated gibbons to the forest, Bang Pae is a small waterfall with a shady forest and thick foliage surrounding .. read more
 
 
Kathu Sai Waterfall (Nam Tok Kathu)
 
Kathu Sai Waterfall (Nam Tok Kathu)
The Kathu Waterfall is flowing down on the side of Kao Kamala (Kamala mountain) in the rainy forest. The area was upgraded in a way to offer some facilities to go up to the mountain with a staircase of a level about 130 m .. read more
 
 
 
 
 
 
     
 
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