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Na Muang Waterfall

Ko Samui, Thailand
+66 77 424 729
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Reviewed 11 July 2016

Na Muang waterfall was a waste of time in our eyes. Just a tourist trap with many PVC pipes obviously hooked up for locals water supply. Nothing majestic about them but we are probably spoiled coming from NZ. Couldn't believe the queues to have a...More

Thank Ainz99
Reviewed 11 July 2016

If you enjoy animal abuse, this is the place to be. The animals are kept in small, dirty cages exept when they perform as entertainment for a cheering crowd of chinese tourists... The tiger they offer you to take a photo with is so drugged...More

Thank Christian N
Reviewed 10 July 2016 via mobile

Rented a taxi for 6 hours (400B/hr for family probably too much but well worth bring chauffeured around with A/C) and first stop was waterfall 2. Parking is free, and park entrance is free (no matter what other reviews tell you). From car park you...More

Thank PdxDane
Reviewed 9 July 2016

the only negative is seeing elephants tied up and swaying from side to side. So sad. They are so bored. Leave them in peace Markets there. Waterfall is nothing like we have back home in Australia.

Thank Pamela M
Reviewed 8 July 2016 via mobile

Terrible - this used to be a nice relaxing place. But now it is crowded and just a touristic trap. The garbish lays everywhere and those elephanzs are just poor animals holded for the chinese to feed them. Disgusting.

Thank Anomisimona
Reviewed 7 July 2016

Not a large waterfall, but beautiful none the less, I lived the fact you could climb over the rocks and enjoy this tranquil setting away from anyone else

Thank jolu62
Reviewed 7 July 2016

We visited as part of a island tour. We were told that we were lucky as there had been recent heavy rain so there was a lot of water coming over the fall. The water was running down the rock face into a pool at...More

Thank Rick G
Reviewed 5 July 2016 via mobile

Hi, We booked our trip for 1300 with the coolest mini bus!! However when we arrived were advised by the lady at the gate to go with the 30 minute tour instead of the 15 minute which came as part of our package..... Please if...More

1  Thank SweetCocoa
Reviewed 30 June 2016 via mobile

There's a lot to do here like riding elephants, ziplines, restaurants, hiking, water slides, petting zoo area but the big sell is the waterfall. There are two and the second (and larger one) is 80m. Ultimately after a 30 min hike, I was very underwhelmed...More

Thank lcollens
Reviewed 29 June 2016

We visited the waterfall in the afternoon. We decided to trek on foot although there was an option to ride an ATV for 100bhat per person round trip. Trek was strenuous but good. Way to the waterfall is not clear. There are lots of branches...More

Thank Devesh D
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28 April 2015|
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Response from SirReg |
Did you ever consider how cruelly the elephants are treated when they are trained to do safaris? They suffer terrible pain (many severe beatings) and lose their liberty so people can have a bit of fun on vacation.