4 Waterfalls to discover in Phuket

Phuket Waterfalls

[toc] Phuket waterfalls are modest in size, especially during the high season when the lack of rain reduces the stream to a trickle. There are three waterfalls in Phuket, distributed around the island, and they seem always to attract kids, families and couples during the weekend. Thailand is a tropical country, and the weather is warm or hot all year round, and the water is just cool enough to dip

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Kathu Waterfall in Phuket

Phuket Waterfalls

What to Do at Kathu Waterfall? [toc] Kathu waterfall is small but can be attractive during the rainy season when the stream is strong and the tropical vegetation is dense and green. It is more pleasant than the higher Tonsai and Bang Pae Waterfall, and in addition, the access is free of charge. If you don't know which way to walk and when to go, Kathu waterfall can be disappointing. For

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Bang Pae Waterfall

Bang Pae Waterfall

Explore Bang Pae Waterfall [toc] Bang Pae waterfall (Bangpae waterfall) is one of the best-known waterfalls in Phuket. In total, there are only three significant waterfalls on the island itself: Bang Pae, Kathu Waterfall and Tonsai Waterfall, maybe four if you include a tiny one near Ao Yon Beach. Two are in the same east Phuket area and both are part of a National Park which means that an entry

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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. There is a National Park entry fee of 200 Baht per person on arrival, which is compulsory. There is not much around Tonsai except a small restaurant only open for

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