This waterfall is a national Park in Kradai Mountains. It is a medium-sized waterfall and has 5 levels. Taking the fork from Route 4090 and passing Ka-pong District Administrative Office, drive toward Baan Lamroo for about 9 km. The waterfall is another kilometer away.
About 8 km east of the District Administrative Office, 3 streams formed this waterfall : the Baang Yai, Khao Mai Maew, and Malakor. Rocks at this waterfall are spread out like paving stones and the water is crystal clear.
This waterfall is medium-sized one, located 48 km from Phang-nga Town. Opposite Ka-pong Hospital is a road leading to the waterfall. Go down this road for 6 km (5 km of which is asphalt, the last kilometer gravel). There are together 11 levels at this waterfall.
This waterfall is about 9 km away from Thap-put District Administrative Office. Take the same road that leads to Sra Nang Manorah Park until you reach Moo 3, Tambon Bor Saen. Turn on to the gravel road and go another 11 km to the waterfall.
This waterfall is 7 km down the same road as Suwan Khuha Temple. It is a medium-sized, year round waterfall surrounded by green forest.