Khao Yai National Park Thailand   -  Heo Narok Waterfall 
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 Description: Haew Narok Waterfall (Namtok Haew Narok)—This is the largest and highest waterfall in the park with 3 levels. The first level is about 60 meters high and water from this level flows straight down to the second and third levels, with a total drop of at least 150 meters. The water has considerable strength in the rainy season and is quite dangerous, but refreshing, when it comes splashing down on rocks at the bottom. The area around the waterfall is the usual feeding grounds of wild elephants. There have been occasional accidents when elephants drop from the cliff and die. For a beautiful view of the waterfall, visitors can walk 1 kilometer from the main road to a viewpoint. The waterfall itself is located to the south of the Park Office on the way to Prachin Buri.
 Province Nakhon Ratchasima  Direction:
 District Pak Chong 
 City Mu Si  Comments: Seen by Prachin Buri  Official Web:  
 Genre Waterfall  Related links:    
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 Entry fee NP fee GPS : 14.28736 N 101.39519 E  
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