Namtok Klongjang : Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand

The 7-floor Klong Jang Waterfall is one of the beautiful waterfalls in Nakhon Si Thammarat Province and the southern region. The water flows from Hae Mon Mount, which is the highest peak following Khao Luang and Khao Nan (Nakhon Si Thammarat Range). This is the 1,235-meter high pyramid-shaped waterfall with the water runs throughout the year and the cold weather. More than 300 species of plants are found here. The waterfall consists of two floors. The first floor is the wide 15-meter high limestone cliff with many rocks and the 10-meter wide pond. The tropical rain forest is filled with iron woods; some parts are bamboo forest. The geography is the high mountains with cold weather. The waterfall is 20-kilometer far from Yong Waterfall National Park head quarter.

At this 3-floor waterfall, the water flows throughout the year. The first floor has the wide 15-meter high limestone cliff and many rocks with the 2-meter deep and 10-meter wide pond.

It is located in Yong Waterfall National Park, Moo.4, Na Bon Sub district, Na Bon District, Nakhon Si Thammarat, 20-kilometer far from the head quarter. Travel from Thung Song District using Highway 41 for 7 kilometers to Na Bon District for another 10 kilometers. At Baan Klong Jung, there is the route to the waterfall, about 5 kilometers, where Klong Jung Ranger Station is located. During February-March is the best period to visit. The amount of water is high during the rainy season, between May and December.

Klong Jang Waterfall (Nam Tok Yong National Park)
Location: Moo 4, Na Bon Sub district, Na Bon District, Nakhon Si Thammarat 80230 Thailand

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