It's a beautiful and important waterfall of Khao Luang National Park. Located in Tambon Krung Ching, the waterfall derived its name from Ton Ching which is a kind of palm prevalent in the area. The waterfall has many levels and the most breathtaking level is Nan Fon Saen Ha where water drops off a sheer cliff 100 meters high, splashing down creating a mist covering the area like rain unlike other falls. This waterfall level is depicted on the back of Thailand’s 1,000 Baht currency note. The waterfall is under the responsibility of the Khao Luang National Park Protection Unit. The waterfall can be reached by a narrow path 3.7 kilometers long to Nan Fon Saen Ha.
Some of the tourists name this place that “Nam Tok Koo Larb”. That does mean ‘I ain’t come back to this waterfall again’. Why? That because of they got severe exhausting of their trek.
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Photo taken in Krung Ching, Nopphitam District, Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand
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