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Haew Suwat Waterfall is in Khao Yai Nation Park Thailand. It is a beautiful waterfall of Khao Yai Nation Park and originates from Houy Lam Takhong , flowing through high cliff a 25 M. and a pool below. The Nation Park have a sign post “No Swimming” because worry about Acute flash flood, In the rainy season the water falling is very strong is filled aerosol but if it is in the dry season so can traverses into the small hole, under the cliff of waterfall. Khao Yai Nation Park is The first national park in Thailand, Has been declared a National Park on 18 September 1962 and has been referred to as a. “ASEAN Heritage Park” and “World Heritage Site by UNESCO.”

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Restaurants in the international tourist is open daily : Monday – Friday from 07.00 – 18.00. and Saturday – Sunday 07.00 – 21.00.

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Viewpoint km. 30 if you came from Prachinburi Gate so this viewpoint is last before go down from The Nation Park for go to Pak Chong District of Nakhon Rachasrima Province.

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Get beneath the surface - The InsideVietnam Blog

Phong Nha Cave

The national park and UNESCO World Heritage Site of Phong Nha-Ke Bang in Vietnam (which we recently mentioned in Five lesser-known destinations to visit in Vietnam), is about to drop its prices – according to various news sources.

The park, which is located in central Vietnam, grabbed public attention in 2005 with the discovery of “Paradise Cave” (Thien Duong Cave) and again in 2009 when explorers stumbled across Son Doong Cave – the largest in the world. Since then, authorities have had plenty of difficult decisions to make regarding development and how best to tackle the issue of tourism to the area without negatively impacting the caves themselves.

Phong Nha National Park

Claiming a need to raise money to maintain the caves, local authorities almost doubled entrance fees to each of the caves for the new year – bringing the fee from VND 120,000 to VND 250,000 (£3.70-£7.80 / $5.60-$11.80) for Paradise Cave, and…

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Five lesser-known destinations to visit in Vietnam

Get beneath the surface - The InsideVietnam Blog

You’ve heard all about Hanoi, Saigon, Halong Bay and imperial Hue – but what of the Vietnam’s lesser-known destinations?

The following are our pick of the best of Vietnam’s lesser-known – yet thoroughly worthwhile – locations; from a tropical island off the southern tip of the country to one of the world’s largest cave systems in central Vietnam and towering karst scenery in the north. It’s enough to get anyone’s feet itching!

1. Mai Chau

Mai Chau is a district located in rural Hòa Bình Province in the northwest of Vietnam, about 65km from the regional capital and about 160km from Hanoi.

Whilst not exactly “off the beaten track”, Mai Chau is a long way from Vietnam’s big cities and makes a fantastic place to discover a little of rural life. Home to the Black Thai and White Thai tribes (whose ancestors settled here from Thailand), Mai Chau is known for its…

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