Pajo Waterfall : Narathiwat, Thailand

Pajo Waterfall is a high-cliff waterfall. The word “Pajo” is a local Malay word meaning “waterfall” at Pajo Falls. This way up to the top floor is a total of 8 layers, which is the largest waterfall. One of the southern provinces and beautiful. It is a natural forest park.

Pajo Waterfall is a high-cliff waterfall. The word “Pajo” is a local Malay word meaning “waterfall” at Pajo Falls. This way up to the top floor is a total of 8 layers, which is the largest waterfall. One of the southern provinces and beautiful. It is a natural forest park.

It is a large waterfall of the Buo Forest with water flowing all year round. There are 4 layers waterfalls, the largest and most beautiful. The stream falls from a rocky cliff about 60 meters high into the large basin. During the rainy season, the Pajo Waterfall is spectacular with huge amounts of water. The forest is a complete rainforest. There are many kinds of plants such as shrub, lobster, etc. The forest floor has a variety of rattan palms that are easy to see. Southern Sunglasses Orange grouse.

Pajo Waterfall
Location: Lubo Sawo, Bacho, Bacho District, Narathiwat 96170 Thailand




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