It's really good here. At first, I thought there was only one waterfall, but when you got closer, there were two! The waterfall has a slide, you can go down here, and there is an underwater passage leading to the other side. We had a great time here while exploring the waterfall! Entry is free, and in the fall, it is a good choice for a stroll.
There are two beautiful waterfalls in the jungle, which are definitely worth a visit. These waterfalls are called Namang No. 1 and Namang No. 2. The first waterfall flows into a small pond where you can swim. The second waterfall takes about 30 minutes to walk from the top of the mountain, which is equally shocking. The waterfall theme park is completely free, and there are many beautiful attractions. This makes me very happy to be there for a day. We highly recommend.
This waterfall is worth climbing. Wearing comfortable shoes is more helpful for climbing. I have to say that I was wearing hollow shoes at the time, but they were really comfortable shoes, so the journey was still very enjoyable and I was fine. Remember to bring water or snacks/sandwiches, because when you arrive (especially after swimming) you will want to eat (at least you don’t have to rush back, you can really enjoy the time there!) The return journey will cost 40 /50 minutes. We saw frogs, geckos, centipedes and butterflies. The water is very clear and suitable for swimming. There were no people on the day we went, it belonged to us! Quiet and peaceful & beautiful scenery & here you will truly feel the nature.
The trail to Hinla Waterfall is very difficult and long, about forty-five minutes in the steep rocky jungle. The waterfall itself is beautiful, and even has a large number of waterfalls. Motorcycle parking at the foot of the mountain is free.
The waterfall on the island is not so big. Not as spectacular as the domestic waterfall.
Hinla Waterfall is located at the end of Highway 4172 on the west coast; Nabang Waterfall is divided into two parts, both located a few kilometers north of Highway 4169 in the central south. These are the most famous and spectacular two of the several waterfalls on Koh Samui. If you want to see its difference, it is best to choose the rainy season.
The Sinla Falls is one of the most famous waterfalls on Samui Island. It takes an afternoon to get there. It is a pleasant walk through a long section of rainforest, along the paths and enjoying the scenery on both sides.
Hinra Falls is a very nice area with a temple and a swimming area. In hot weather especially on weekends or holidays the water flow does depend on rainfall and may be low which gives people the opportunity to climb to the top and make sure to wear non-slip shoes and not slippers.
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Nathon Town,Hin Lad Waterfall,Lat Wanorn Waterfall,Nathon Night Food Market,Nathong Pier