Huay Toh Waterfall : Krabi, Thailand

Huay Toh Waterfall is located about 500 meters from the National Park Office, originating from Khao Phanom Bencha. There are 11 levels with ponds on each. Each level is called differently, such as Wang Dhevada, Wang Sok, and Wang Chan.

Huay Toh Waterfall is located about 500 meters from the National Park Office, originating from Khao Phanom Bencha. There are 11 levels with ponds on each. Each level is called differently, such as Wang Dhevada, Wang Sok, and Wang Chan.

It is a large waterfall originating from Khao Phanom Bencha. There are 11 levels with ponds on each. Some level a re 70-80 meters high. The water is quite clear. Each level is called differently, such as Wang Dhevada, Wang Chok, and Wang Sam Hab. The first level is a pond suitable for swimming. The atmosphere is nicely natural. Those who love adventure may continue to the higher level of the waterfall. But mostly, visitors go up only to the 3rd level. The streams in Huay Toh Waterfall flow throughout the year and the flow is quite strong in a rainy season, especially on the cliffs. In a dry season, the amount of water is quite low.

Huay Toh Waterfall
Location: Thap Prik, Mueang Krabi District, Krabi 81000 Thailand




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