Namtok Khao Soi Dao
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Khao Soi Dao Waterfall (Thai: น้ำตกเขาสอยดาว; rtgs: Nam Tok Khao Soi Dao) is a waterfall in the Soi Dao District of Chanthaburi Province, Thailand. It is 70 km from the town of Chanthaburi. The easy way to get to this waterfall, if you have a car is to go ahead from the city on Route 317 through Makham District and Pong Nam Ron District. At km 62 you should turn left and go ahead 3 km. This waterfall is open from 6.00am to 6.00pm. The most popular attraction at the falls is nature trails because there is a huge tree of 4.77 meters diameter. The waterfall has 16 tiers created by multi-level stone cliffs which gives the impression of a giant stair. At the bottom is a vast pool with shallow water. The popular tier is tier 16 because this tier has a lot of moss on the stone. It feels fresh and is suitable for capturing. This tier is named “Phanangleun”  Pha Nang Leun mean “Mrs. Slippery cliff” because the careless traveller can slip on the moss on a stone when he walks through. The source of the waterfall is near the Peak of KhaoSoi Dao Nua Mountain at 1,556 meters above sea level.
- Trek and Trips
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