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Pala U Waterfall

Hua Hin Attractions | Visit The Amazing Pala U Waterfall On Your Vacation

When you are in Hua Hin, you have to visit the amazing Pala-U waterfall. This will be one experience you will never forget. Be sure to bring your camera so you can capture the magnificent Pala-U waterfall on film. The Pala-U waterfall is a part of the Kaeng Krachan National Park. The Pala-U waterfall is located near the border of the Burmese border and is also located 60 kilometers west of Hua Hin.

What Is It?

The Pala-U waterfall is one of the biggest waterfalls in Thailand and has 16 steps to help you see the beauty of it all. The forest that surrounds the Pala-U waterfall is a thousand years old and has a lot of rare wild animals that you won't see elsewhere.

When you are at the waterfalls, make sure you go to the third level where you will find a pool filled with wild crap fish. If you look closely you can see and hear wild monkeys and birds that live in the forest surrounding the Pala-U waterfalls.

Picnic By A Waterfall

You might want to bring a picnic lunch so you can have a family picnic while you are at the Pala-U waterfalls. You can even bring your suit and towels so that you can enjoy the refreshing waters of the Pala-U waterfall. You will be able to sit and listen to the wonderful sounds of the forest and relax in the beauty of the Pala-U waterfall.

Besides visiting the Pala-U waterfall and seeing the natural beauty all around you, you can also take a ride on an elephant. There is an elephant camp where you can ride the elephant through the jungle. You can also see the magnificent the pineapple plantations that are located near the mountains and the Burmese border.

Seeing the waterfall is a must when you are in Thailand. You can either visit the Pala-U waterfall on your own or you can go with a group. There are groups that have a guide that will tell you all about the National Park and the Pala-U waterfall. No matter which way you decide to go, you do not want to pass up seeing the exotic Pala-U waterfall or you will regret it.


Last Updated: 27 Feb 2008