Unseen Thailand, Unseen Chanthaburi Nam Tok Kra Ting. Do you believe that winter will have to move to northern regions like Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, and Nan now that Thailand has entered its winter season?
For our part, we would like to suggest that tourists visit the waterfall because the monsoon season has come to an end.
Large amounts of water flow from the waterfall. You’ll visit a waterfall in Khao Khitchakut National Park today. Let’s leave.
Unseen Chanthaburi Nam Tok Kra Ting.
For adults and foreign visitors, the entrance fee to the park is 200 baht; for kids, it is 100 baht. You must also pay an entrance fee if you plan to bring your car.
Contact the staff if you want to spend the night in the Khao Khitchakut National Park close to the waterfall.
In the National Park, there are six bungalows of various sizes that can house 2–8 people. The costs range from 600 to 1,800 baht.
Tourists can rent tents to experience the atmosphere in the middle of nature. There are many sizes of tents to choose from that can accommodate 3-6 people and cost between 250 and 500 baht to rent.
For tourists who have their tents, there will be a camping area fee of 30 baht per person per night. Toilets and shower rooms are available, clean, and safe.
Look around Nam Tok Kra Ting waterfall.
Krating Waterfall is 13 levels high. The waterfall is sizable, originating in the Khitchakut mountain range. There are antimony fish and a pool where you can swim.
The waterfall’s levels are spaced about 20 meters apart.
The waterfall is enormous. The waterfall was visible from the main road, right outside of it. The 9th through 13th levels of the waterfall is completely closed due to a landslide brought on by a flood that occurred more than ten years ago, so we can only access the 8th level on foot.
Visitors with mountain-climbing prowess who want to ascend to the 13th floor can let the staff know, and they will lead them there. Be prepared because the route is quite challenging because of the steep slope after the ninth floor.
Give me another day, and I’ll tell you about the waterfall’s first through eighth levels, but I need time to write it first.
All the pictures in this article were taken by me. I like to take pictures, even if they’re not particularly attractive, and I hope that by sharing these, I can help you to appreciate some of the breathtaking surroundings of Krating Waterfall.
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