Pha Tad Waterfall

Pha Tad Waterfall, Kanchanaburi: Address, Pha Tad Waterfall Reviews: 4.5/5

Pha Tad Waterfall
4.5
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Located in the Srinakarin Dam National Park, this big three-tiered cascade is considered one of the most scenic waterfalls in Thailand.
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Len J
Bangkok, Thailand76 contributions
Amazing Waterfall
Aug 2020
Even though it was raining during our visit, it is still an amazing waterfall. We walked around the site carrying umbrellas.
Written 15 August 2020
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1959carol1959
London, UK65 contributions
Beautiful
Jan 2020
These waterfalls are stunning really worth a visi you can swim in the lakes the water is so clear
Watch out for the fish that nibble you
Written 25 January 2020
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Henrik T
Lynge, Denmark46 contributions
Fantastic experience
Jul 2019 • Family
We booked a local TUK TUK for a full day tour visiting the must see places when in Kanchanaburi (Hellfire pass, Erawan Waterfalls, Death Railway, Bridge over River Kwai).
The Erawan waterfall was the best sight of the tour. The climb to reach level 7 was a bit harder than expected but worth it. Beautiful waterfalls, dense jungle and friendly fish.
The walk to level 3 was easy with stairs and path. Walking changed a bit on the way to level 4 due to a muddy patd. From level 4 to 5 it was hard but ok. From 5 to 7 it god really tough. The climb was steep (but fun) and sweat dripping of nose and breathing hard.
The last climb from 6 to 7 took the last breath away but it was all worth it. Just jumped right in the water with shoes and clothes.
Remember to wear good walking shoes and expect to clean your shoes afterwards. Bring Water for all.
Expect to spend 2,5-3 hours hear. We did it in 2 hours up and down, but we didn´t swim in all waterfalls and had no stops between any levels.
Written 17 July 2019
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Nam Whan
Surat Thani Province, Thailand10 contributions
Cozy atmosphere
Mar 2019
A beautiful waterfall, clear water The waterfall is a long, suitable for recreation. The atmosphere is pleasant and comfortable.
Written 25 March 2019
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traveller020953
Milton Keynes, UK221 contributions
Nice and cool here
Nov 2018 • Couples
Went here in the afternoon had a lovely time it was nice and cool here and the children were playing in the waterfall
Written 27 December 2018
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MyHoliday
United Kingdom43 contributions
Absolutely fantastic
Nov 2018 • Couples
Went here for the day, seven waterfalls to visit amongst beautiful woodland, swim in the all the waterfalls with the fish. Fantastic
Written 27 December 2018
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DylanB_9
Northumberland33 contributions
Good day out
Sep 2018 • Family
The waterfalls are on 7 levels.
First 2 were a walk and a few stairs .
As you went up 3 and 4 the stairs were steeper and the pathway a bit more challenging.
Up to 5 the stairs stopped and you had to climb over rocks and narrow ledges.
Although I stopped at 5 ,the rest of our party went to 6 and 7 . It certainly was hard work and part of the journey was through water. Certainly not for the unfit or the faint hearted!
The waterfalls were all beautiful in there own way and there is many opportunities to bathe to cool down.
Written 13 September 2018
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MenifeeHelen
Menifee, CA149 contributions
Pha Tad Waterfall
Nov 2017 • Friends
This is a large waterfall with a nice walkway along the base. Many were swimming in it and tubing. It has a path that leads past the waterfall and to an abandoned Japanese train engine.
Written 13 December 2017
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jonsnell
Whitley Bay, UK180 contributions
Great day out
Nov 2017 • Couples
We visited as part of a tour. 7 levels with waterfalls on. Be aware it is a bit of a climb uphill to get to them all. The highest is very tall. You can swim or at least did cool off in the oils.take water shoes or flip flops for the water, but walking up hill might be better in something more sturdy. Watch out for the fish nibbling your feet, not painful but a little disconcerting as you can’t see them through the milky water. Very enjoyable few hours, could perhaps make it a day if you move between the different levels for a while in each.
Written 5 December 2017
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Umesh99
189 contributions
Nice place to spend a day
Jul 2017 • Couples
Went there is rainy season, good environment.

Fish in the water ponds were little big , sometime I felt the bites of it.
Written 14 September 2017
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