Nam Tok Haew Sai

Khon Kaen Province

Nam Tok Haew Sai, about 900m from the roadside parking area, is a beautiful waterfall dropping about 20m over naturally layered rock. Further down the same trail is smaller Nam Tok Sai Thong. They're really only worth seeing during or just after the rainy season, but the walk is pleasant any time.

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