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Na Muang Waterfall

Ko Samui, Thailand
+66 77 424 729
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Ko Samui, Thailand
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Drove a rental car to both Na Muang 1 and 2. Takes a half day to see both. Nowhere near the largest or nicest waterfalls we have seen but entry fees were reasonable and you just play in the water and do a little hiking...More

Thank Karen R
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We took a private taxi around the island and this is one of our first stops. We enjoying the waterfall a lot, great view and nice climbing around there.

Thank Paz I
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The waterfalls are nice to visit. The problem is the tourist "attractions" arround these waterfalls. We saw 3 chained up elephants of which 1 baby elephant. These elephants are chained up with only a 1 meter iron chain so they cannot move away from the...More

1  Thank MsLove2Travel1974
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

we rent the motor bike and we did a tour around the island , and we stop to the waterfall for half day,we enjoyed the place .You have many small shop you can bay souvenir and restaurant for the special bbq chicken and very cold...More

Thank onwerdalila
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Well it is very dangerous to go see the waterfalls. You can walk there in about 20 minutes or pay 100 Bath and a Jeep brings you there. So i pay 100 Bath and when i arrive there was this little bridge about 30 inches...More

Thank Gabriela S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I didn't purchase a guided tour as one can climb solo. Beautiful rocks, with waterfalls as you climb up, and lovely pools to dip into. I didn't like the elephants chained up for tourists though after learning about elephant abuse from my elephant eco-volunteer trip.

Thank brendabeachbum
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The way along the waterfall up the hill is a real highlight for my - the nature there is just beautiful. Trekking in the jungle made me feel like Indiana Jones. ;) When you are up there you are rewarded with a great view and...More

Thank Daniel-GER-87
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Went to the safari Park to access the waterfall 2, pleasantly surprised that we weren't forced into excessive entry fees or parking fees, all the activities are by choice and the 4x4 ride to the falls was only 100 baht each, the kids loved sitting...More

Thank spendleb48
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This is probably the most overrated viewpoint in Ko Samui - if you have a chance please avoid. It's overly commercialized und totally unprofessional.

Thank Stefan D
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Waterfall one is nice but you do have to pay for parking. I suggest waterfall two if you like a bit more of a challenge. We went off the main oath and found our way a bit higher up than the main waterfall. Definately wear...More

Thank Ceris E
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alphagev
28 April 2015|
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Response from SirReg |
Did you ever consider how cruelly the elephants are treated when they are trained to do safaris? They suffer terrible pain (many severe beatings) and lose their liberty so people can have a bit of fun on vacation.
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