With my latest (unplanned) trip to Thailand well underway, one of the first places I’m going to make a point of visiting is Koh Chang, the second largest island in the country. However, it largely remains off the tourist grid because it isn’t in the south of the country, where the tourism heavyweights of Phuket, Samui, and Phangan reside.
Now, I’ve established that Koh Chang has beaches in a previous post, but did you also know that it contains its fair share of waterfalls? Containing mountains in its interior that rise to approximately 600 metres at its highest point, and a robust rainy season that is nearing its apex, and you have a recipe for some spectacular chutes of water.
The picture above was taken about a month into the dry season. Imagine what this Thai waterfall must be like now?