First of all, you have to make sure you don't mind dirty shoes. If it rains, the trail will become very muddy and slippery. To be honest, the starting point of this road is more thrilling than the waterfall. You can't swim in the river because the water is slowly being infected by leptospirosis-there are warning signs everywhere telling tourists this. This is a relatively easy hike-not very steep, but the mud makes it very slippery and there are no railings. Many people of different ages (from babies to the elderly) come here to hike, and many people choose to use crutches (highly recommended). There is also a cafe and bathroom facilities in front of the parking lot.
On the border of Thailand, it is about 8KM away from Memoria Palace and Resort.
Most of the waterfalls are concentrated in the south of Pailin. Large waterfalls will only be formed during the rainy season in Cambodia, but the contradiction is that the waterfalls are in the mountains and the roads are very dangerous. It is recommended to go to Phnom Keu where there is water all year round.
A small waterfall, nothing special.
The waterfall is located between the borders of Thailand and Cambodia.