This small island is just 400 meters from Thong Sala Bay. You can hire a boat to take you around this island. There are a beautiful sandy beach called “Chan Siaw” as well as other places of interest such as Phra Cave and Talu Cave. Moreover, around the area of Taykho cliff on the back part of the island is a great place to take a sunset at the end of the day.
This set has been proclaimed the national park in 1977. The waterfall runs down from the high hill and hits the hillocks, causing the white and small bubbles of water. During the rainy season, the steam is strong and abundant. The villagers utilise its water in the agriculture, farms and other utilities. This pleasant and beautiful waterfall attracts many tourists.
It is the biggest waterfall of Koh Phangan. His majesty the kings of the Chakri dynasty such as King the fifth, the sixth, the seventh, the ninth and Queen Rampaipannee have visited this waterfall and have given the name to the waterfall.
This small waterfall on the north side of Koh Phangan originates from the peak of the high mountain of the island. There is a big shallow lake downstairs where you can have a swim. Its atmosphere is tranquil and pleasant.