Raman Waterfall Forest Park

Raman Waterfall Forest Park, Takdat: Address, Raman Waterfall Forest Park Reviews: 4.5/5

Raman Waterfall Forest Park

Raman Waterfall Forest Park
4.5
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TopKingofKings
Nottingham, UK550 contributions
Feb. 2020
I've seen much spectacular and beautiful waterfalls than this one. As part of my James Bond tour, this was included in the package but I wouldn't go out of my way to see this. Yes the place is nice and in a jungle, and you see people taking a dip in the pool of water to cool off. My tour guide seen a big python close to the waterfall a few weeks ago while doing the tour and took a picture of it - and it was pretty huge so yes there are snakes in the jungle where the waterfall is located but you are very unlikely to encounter them
Written 10 February 2020
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Graham J
Nuneaton, UK1,631 contributions
Nov. 2019
Viisited waterfall only as part of James Bond Island tour. It was very nice and some people had a dip in the river. Not a spectacular waterfall though.
Written 29 January 2020
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aman s
Vancouver Island, Canada3 contributions
Oct. 2018 • Couples
Visited This place in Oct and the visit was completely unplanned, But this was a very nice surprise.. nearly empty but very well Kept.. had a wonderful time and good walk
Written 21 October 2018
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Nusrat J
3 contributions
Jul. 2018 • Family
Went there with family could easily spend couple of hours if you are nature lover it is few Thailand forest where you can enter free otherwise u have to pay 200-400 baht to enter and nothing special to see very dense forest with moss on trees far better than Mossy Forest Malaysia highly recommended not far from Phuket. If u r in patong and don't have a car take a package tour from street shop for 750 baht for adult and 500 baht for child includes pick up from hotel water rafting 5 kms zip line lunch Raman waterfall and monkey cave and then back to hotel you can't find better tour than this one
Written 22 July 2018
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markb120
Karnei Shomron, Palestinian Territories1,832 contributions
Jan. 2018 • Couples
Few tourists visit this place, which is not crowded. It is not just in forest/jungle, but a well-kept park.
Written 5 February 2018
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Wokka1
Melbourne, Australia50 contributions
Nov. 2017 • Solo
I like taking pictures of waterfalls so my opinions are tainted a little. Having said that this one doesn't seem to get the tourist pressure of Sa Nang Manora (in the area) and is worth a look. The trail follow the falls along various low level tiers and provides photo opportunities and places to cool down in the water.
It's further along the same road as the Monkey cave temple so combine the two. The leeches have been mentioned in other reviews so be aware when pushing through wet foliage.
Written 26 November 2017
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graham l
graham l
Bangkok, Thailand2,445 contributions
Jul. 2017 • Solo
Average waterfalls even in rainy season, none of them more than 5-6 metres high. But you can follow the trails up for miles (some fallen trees in places and lots of leeches though), I think they might eventually lead to a viewpoint but I didn't have time and the leeches dissuaded me from going further. I probably got about 3-4km along the path. If you like trekking independently and you have some experience of jungle trails I really think you could spend days here finding out where they go.

The leeches start after the place where everybody swims, so no need to worry about them if you're just going to the bottom levels. Probably none at all in dry season.

I saw one snake, right by the entrance to the waterfall, near the carpark.
Written 17 July 2017
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mynewlifeistravel
Gold Coast2,209 contributions
Nov. 2016 • Couples
We stopped by here whilst on the day tour, the waterfalls were actually working as there had been some recent rain. We both took turns swimming around and taking pics, the water was absolutely freezing- about 18 degrees and definitely recommend swimmer's and a rash vest, mossie spray and a towel.
Written 7 February 2017
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szpinak500
Partille, Sweden253 contributions
Jan. 2016 • Couples
It was not easy to find the park but we managed to finish. Several small waterfalls in the park with a hiking trail. Not many visitors. Bring mosquito spray !!! it should be needed.
Written 2 November 2016
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Songpol T
13 contributions
Jul. 2015 • Friends
Clear water with a number of fish, trail is also beautiful and the place is near the Golden temple or Monkey Cave temple
Written 26 July 2015
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