Destination: Wang Sai Thong
Location: Nam Phut, La-ngu District, Satun 91110 (7°05’23.4″N 99°54’35.1″E
Wang Sai Thong falls is a great place to freshen up from the scorching hot weather of the summer. This beautiful waterfalls known for its limestone minerals calcified on rocks, pool basin, and fallen tree branches is located at Moo 10, Baan Whang Na-Nai | Nam Phut, La-ngu, Satun Thailand 91110. It is an hour and a half drive from Hatyai City. It is off the beaten track and going there without any help from a GPS, a map, or some friends who have been there could be a little confusing as there are numerous turnings as you enter the road going to La-ngu and away from the main road. For first timers, it’s better to venture this place with a GPS, or a detailed map, or be with people who know the area.
It has three levels of cascading,very cold waterfalls which drops into a wide pool of flowing fresh water. What sets this waterfalls apart from other waterfalls in the south of Thailand is the presence of calcified limestone minerals on rocks, pool basin, and fallen tree branches; so your feet grip on to these which makes climbing up and going down easy and safe. Aside from this, the pool at the foot of the waterfall are definitely wide but are not deep so it is safe even for kids to stay, play, and splash water around.
The waterfall is hidden under canopies of big, tall trees so it is a good place to picnic with family and friends as the place remain cool all throughout the day.
The place is open 24 hours from Saturday to Sunday. It has a souvenir shop and restrooms which they need to improve immensely.
To give you a visual of the place take a look at this video.
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