The waterfall is about 20 metres high, but looks a lot bigger from the base. There are no long walks up or down hills to get there, it's a two minute walk to the falls.
If you feel like cooling off there's a rock pool at the base of the falls to enjoy and plenty of great photo opportunities. You can also climb to the top for a birds eye view to the pool below.
You'll also find elephant trekking and market stalls with the usual items from hand-crafted soap to summer dresses. There are also restaurants in the shade of the jungle canopy.
The turn off for Nuamang 1 is about 100 metres past Nuamang 2 on the ring road. It is well sign posted and appears on local maps.
To park your bike or car it's 20 Baht and 40 Baht respectively, paid to the local people siting around the entrance of the site.
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- Cultural Experience