Koh Chang hotels and travel guide, Thailand. Hotel reservation for Koh Chang, Trat and islands around.

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Mu Ko Chang National Park is a collection of over 40 large and small islands. The island chain is situated in the Gulf of Thailand approximately 8 km. from the coast of Trat province. The main island Ko Chang is the third largest island in Thailand after Phuket and Samui and measures nearly 30km long and almost 14 km wide. The other main islands in the group are; Ko Chang Noi, Ko Khlum, Ko Wai, Ko Lao Ya, Ko Mai Si and Ko Rang. The park received status as a national park on 31st December 1982 to become the 45th national park in Thailand. The park covers a total area of 650 km.2 of which about 458 km.2 or 70 % is marine.

Khiri Phet Waterfall
Location : Salak Phet Bay
Khiri Phet Waterfall
Khiri Phet Waterfall
Located about 2 kilometres from the fishing village of Salak Phet. Khiri Phet is medium sized waterfall with 2 levels in the rainy season and up to 7 levels in the dry season, when there is less water. There is water in the falls all year round and a pool to swim in on the bottom level. Further levels of the waterfall can be reached but the path is very difficult especially in rainy season when it can be very slippery. Once at the top however, you will be rewarded with some stunning views over Salak Phet and Jek Bae.

How to get there : Just a 2 km drive away from the fishing village of Salak Phet in the south east of Koh Chang. From Salak Phet follow the jungle track for about 1.5 km to the beginning of a footpath. After a few hundred meters you will reach the bottom level of the waterfall.

Klong Plu Waterfall
Location : Klong Prao Beach
This waterfall can be visited from Ao Klong Prao (45 minutes on foot) or from Hat Kaibae (one hour) by following Klong Prao 2 kilometers. A 2 kilometer concrete road leads to the Marine Park Office. There, you will find a few small restaurants, and here you also have to pay the entrance fee of 200 Baht for foreigners or 20 Baht for locals. After approximately 500 meter walk, you arrive at the foot of the waterfalls, which they are about 20 meters high. A pool beneath the falls is a good spot for a refreshing swim, and it is possible to stay in the bungalows or camp at that area.

How to get there : Just a 2 km drive away from Klong Phrao Bay community. Then walk to the waterfall follow the jungle track, which takes 20 minutes.

Klong Jao Leuam Waterfall
Location : Klong Son Bay
Klong Plu Waterfall
Klong Plu Waterfall
Suited on the northernmost of Koh Chang, Klong Son Community. Klong Jao Laem Waterfall is a medium sized waterfall. There is water in the falls all year round and a pool to swim in on the bottom level. Further levels of the waterfall can be reached but the path is very difficult especially in rainy season.

How to get there : The entrance is 5 km. from Klong Son Community.

Klong Nonsi Waterfall
Location : Dan Mai Village
Situated on the northernmost of Koh Chang, Klong Nonsi is a small-sized waterfall with several cascades. It is about 4 km from the headquarters of the marine park at Than Mayom. A 1-3 km. path from Dan Mai Village near Koh Chang police station leads to Klong Nonsi.

How to get there : Drive a way to the northeast of Koh Chang near Dan Mai Village.

Klong Nueng Waterfall
Location : Salak Phet Bay
Koh Chang's tallest waterfall. Klong Nueng Waterfall is a great place to take a quick dip in the chest deep pool. The basin of the waterfall is quite deep but the tourists can swim in it. If the tourists want to see the second level of the waterfall, they must climb up along the stream bank which is a steep cliff and rather difficult to take a step up. Although Khlong Nueng waterfall is perfectly beautiful in the rainy season, the nature law in summer causes the stream of the waterfall dry or extremely dry in some parts.

How to get there : Just a 2 km drive away from the fishing village of Salak Phet in the south east of Koh Chang. From Salak Phet follow the jungle track for about 500 meters. It is a very scenic drive on a narrow tarmac road with no traffic.

Than Mayom Waterfall
Location : Than Mayon Pier
Than Mayom Waterfall
Than Mayom Waterfall
The most famous waterfall in Koh Chang. It is located near the Than Mayom Pier with its entrance just behind the Koh Chang Marine National Park office on the east of the island. An approximately 400 metres walk along a paved concrete route, passing through a fruit orchard will lead you to the waterfall. Than Mayom is a 4 lever medium-sized waterfall set in fertile virgin rainforest that flows all the year round forming a large pool at its front. The first level has a large pool at the front of the waterfall where swimming is allowed. The first levels of the waterfall have the initials of two previous Kings of Thailand, Rama V and VI, engraved into the rock.

How to get there : The easiest way to get here is by motorbike. Drive away from the east cost of Koh Chang. The waterfall located next to Than Mayom pier with its entrance just behind the headquarters of the Marine National Park.

For more information, please contact :
Mu Koh Chang National Park
23/7, Moo 3, Ko Chang, Trat, Thailand

Opening Hours : 08:00 a.m. - 04.30 p.m.
Admission : Child 100 Bath , Adult 200 Bath (Price are subject to change)
Contact : Tel. 0 3955 5080, 0 3955 5084