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Thaan Prawet Waterfall

Phangan Island Attractions | Koh Phangan natural attractions

The Thaan Prawet Waterfall in Koh Phangan is a hiker's dream and a backpacker's destination. There are many beautiful waterfalls in Koh Phan Ngan, and the Thaan Prawet Waterfall in Koh Phangan is among the most popular. Why? The Thaan Prawet Waterfall in Koh Phangan is one of the most beautiful places in all of Thailand, and the pristine location and great hike to it make it the ideal spot for true adventure seekers to flock to.

The waterfall is actually a set of long, beautiful waterfalls that run in a neat sequence next to each other. Surrounding the Thaan Prawet Waterfall in Koh Phangan sequence are beautiful rocks, boulders and a plush green forest. It gives the perfect place for a picnic or a rest on the way to the top of the trail.

You can get to the Thaan Prawet Waterfall in Koh Phangan by the Thong Nai Pan Noi beach. There is a trail that leads up to the waterfall and it goes for about 2 kilometers. Depending on which trail you take from there, it can get pretty steep and rough. You can also get up to the Thaan Prawet Waterfall in Koh Phangan by the road by the bay. While you can drive or take a motorbike part of the way, you will have to hike some of the journey to the Thaan Prawet Waterfall in Koh Phangan. Only attempt hiking this path during the daylight and make sure you go with a group.

In 1988, the Thaan Prawet Waterfall in Koh Phangan was first visited by the Thai Royal family. On his first visit to the waterfall, King Rama V left an inscription in one of the boulders around the waterfall's base. Since then, the Thaan Prawet Waterfall in Koh Phangan has taken on a highly respected reputation.

The Thaan Prawet Waterfall in Koh Phangan, located in the northeast part of Koh Phan Ngan, is a hotspot on most backpackers' maps of things to do on the island.


Last Updated: 15 May 2008