Karom Waterfall, a tourist attraction in the south of Thailand

Karom Waterfall is located in Khao Luang National Park Office, Lan Saka District, Nakhon Si Thammarat Province.

It is a waterfall that originated from a source of water in the Nakhon Si Thammarat Mountain Range, flowing down from the top of the mountain, cascading down beautifully. The waterfall has 19 levels, but only 7 floors are open for tourists to visit. The names from the 1st to the 7th floor are Naan Durian, Naan Chong Sai, Naan Phai, Naan Nam Rang, Naan Phueng, Nantei and Naan Daat Faa.

The 7th tier waterfall, Naan Daat Faa, is the highlight of Karom Waterfall. Naan Daat Faa is the most beautiful level of the Karom Waterfall because you can see the water flowing down from the high cliff and steep 45 degrees very beautifully. The river will flow cascades down the wide rocks and end at the big basin below.

Of course, you can swim, especially if you come during the rainy season, the water will flow over the cliff, making it look even more spectacular.

The atmosphere around the waterfall is rich in nature. There are many large trees surrounding the waterfall making the cool, shady air perfect for relaxing. In Khao Luang National Park, there are restaurants and security guards for tourists.

How to get to Karom Waterfall?
Karom Waterfall is approximately 10 hours and 22 minutes from Bangkok. If you are flying from Bangkok to Nakhon Si Thammarat Airport, then renting a car to drive to Karom Waterfall is the quickest and most convenient option.

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