Than Sadet (North East)
A national park in southern Thailand with small pools and impressive rock formations
With its huge granite boulders and multitudes of fresh water pools, Thaan Sadet is one of the most scenic waterfalls in all of Thailand, and can be walked its full length of 3kms. The pools are large enough where you can take a dip. You ought to spend at least half a day at Than Sadet, start at the very top and walk down its entire length, picking your favorite spot to swim in.
Getting there – Accessibility has been greatly improved recently and the most hassle-free way of getting there either by scooter or taxi, 500m from Haad Thaan Sadet beach, via a tarmacked road.
Fun Fact – The Thaan Sadet waterfall was first visited by the Thai Royal Family back in 1988. A rock inscription left there by King Rama V remains there till this day.
Swimming – Yes