Nam Tok Phiang Din

Loei Province

Two kilometres north of the Suan Hin Pha Ngam visitors centre, at the end of the paved road, is the biggest waterfall in the area. Although it's not a stunner, it certainly is worth a stop if you're already here.

It's fed by a spring, so there's water all year, but not very much.

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