The Pa-La-U Waterfall is park of the Kaeng Krachan National Park.
It’s about 60 km. west of Hua-Hin near the
Burmese border. The Pa-La-U Waterfall with its 16 steps, is one of the biggest waterfalls in Thailand the surrounding forest is
over a thousand years old and is filled with rare wild animals. Near the
Pa-La-U Waterfall is a village called “Kareng” (Karieng) settled around 200 years ago by people of
Burmese origin. Today the villagers continue a lifestyle immersed in
ancient tradition, also this people have their own language.
Our trip start
in the morning, we drive west through pineapple Plantations towards the mountains
Burmese border. Continue with a trek through
unspoiled rainforest to Pa-la-u Waterfall where we trek up to the 3rd
level, pool with wild crap fish experience the beautiful waterfall and
jungle surroundings where wild monkeys and birds can be heard and
After the waterfall, we visit the hill tribe village “Kareng” where we can see the simple
life of those people, and they are also going to show us a classic
performance, back to Hua-Hin after a very happy
and exciting trip.