Nang Yom is located to the north east of Koh Chang near to the town of Dan Mai. Nang Yom is a small waterfall with several cascades.
The Waterfall can be reached by following the trail that runs behind Dan Mai Police Station. The trail is about an hour long and we recommend wearing long trousers as the undergrowth in this area can cause an itchy rash.
Khiri Phet is located about 2 kilometres from the fishing village of Salak Phet in the south east of Koh Chang.
Khiri Phet is medium sized waterfall with 2 levels in the rainy season and up to 7 levels in the dry season, when there is less water. There is water in the falls all year round and a pool to swim in on the bottom level.
From Salak Phet follow the jungle track for about 1.5 Kilo meters to the beginning of a footpath. After a few hundred meters you will reach the bottom level of the waterfall where you will be able to swim in a small pool.
Further levels of the waterfall can be reached but the path is very difficult especially in rainy season when it can be very slippery. Once at the top however, you will be rewarded with some stunning views over Salak Phet and Jek Bae.
Klong Nueng is is the tallest in Koh Chang and not too far from Khiri Phet. Klong Nueng Waterfall is a great place to take a quick dip in the chest deep pool.
Having made the hours hike to get there. You will have to climb across a large boulder that blocks the trail. Once over the boulder you will see the water cascading down through the ravine.
Although Klong Chao Waterfall is not on Koh Chang we had to mention the spectacular waterfall on Koh Kood.
Klong Chao is considered the most beautiful on Koh Kood and is one of the most striking spots on the island. Cascading into a large pool and providing tourists with a welcome spot for some freshwater swimming.
Tucked away in the jungle the waterfall can be reached boat or a short walk through the jungle. Klong Chao Waterfall consists of 3 tiers. The upper two are running streams and the lower one is a large pond and an ideal place
Visit the running streams at the upper two tiers and then stop for a relaxing freshwater swim in the large pond on the lower level.