Phuket Waterfalls – Where are Phuket Waterfalls?

Phuket Waterfalls

Are Phuket waterfalls worth visiting? [toc] The waterfalls in Phuket are not impressive, especially during high season when the lack of rain can reduce the stream to a trickle. Only 3 of the 4 waterfalls listed below are significant, but like anywhere in the world, even a small stream never fails to attract kids and families during the weekend. You should also know that the two largest are inside a

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Tonsai Waterfall in Thalang

Tonsai Waterfall in Phuket

What to Do at Tonsai Waterfall? [toc] Tonsai waterfall looks in many ways like its neighbour Bangpae waterfall. Located a bit further north, it's about the same size, the same height and at an equal walking distance from the parking. Here too, a National Park entry fee of 200 Baht per person is requested on arrival, which is compulsory. There is not much around Tonsai except a small restaurant only

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Kathu Waterfall in Phuket

Les Cascades de Kathu

What to Do at Kathu Waterfall? [toc] Kathu waterfall has an interesting story. For a long time, I thought it was just a tiny trickle, and most people would agree; this cascade isn't worth a visit. But something wasn't right, and I decided to give it a second chance, and I was right to do so, Kathu waterfall is worth a stop, as long as you go during the rainy

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Bang Pae Waterfall

Bang Pae Waterfall

Explore Bang Pae Waterfall [toc] Bang Pae waterfall (Bangpae waterfall) is one of the three best known waterfalls in Phuket, maybe four if you include a tiny one in Layan Bay, but only three are significant: Bang Pae, Kathu Waterfall and Tonsai Waterfall. Two are in the same east Phuket area and both are part of a National Park which means that an entry fee is requested. The entry fee

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