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Wang Sai Waterfall In Koh Phangan – A Complete Guide

Wang Sai Waterfall Koh Phangan is also an adventure park. With rock climbing, zip lining and other activities available, here’s all you need to know.

How To Get To Wang Sai Waterfall Koh Phangan

Wang Sai Waterfall Koh Phangan is located on the North East point of the island, a 2 minute drive from Haad Mae Haad Beach.

If you’re looking for transport to and from Koh Phangan, you can pre-book a Lomprayah transfer.

We stayed in the Thong Sala area of Koh Phangan and rented scooters for 180 Baht per day.

It’s definitely the easiest way to explore the island and takes roughly 30 minutes to reach Wang Sai Waterfall Koh Phangan from Thong Sala Pier.

For those short on time, or that prefer everything to be organised for them, there are some awesome tours on Get Your Guide available to book in advance.

Wang Sai Waterfall Entrance Fee

Entrance: Free

Showers: 20 Baht

Toilet: 10 Baht

Wang Sai Waterfall Opening Times

Daily: 9.30am-6pm.

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Opening times & prices at the entrance to Wang Sai Waterfall Koh Phangan

What To Expect At Wang Sai Waterfall Koh Phangan

Wang Sai Waterfall Koh Phangan is one of the lesser known Koh Phangan Waterfalls on the island.

We weren’t sure what to expect, having done no research on the falls beforehand, but when we arrived we were greeted by a definite up and coming tourist spot!

Bamboo entrance gates and huge activity signs paved the way. Then it was just a short 150 metre walk to Wang Sai Waterfall itself.

Like the other waterfalls on Koh Phangan, such as Phaeng Waterfall & Paradise Waterfall, we unfortunately visited in dry season. So the water wasn’t amazing. Although we did get a glimpse of just how beautiful it could be in high season!

The locals were super friendly and the park was well maintained. As well as plenty of new work ongoing for what looked like some kind of amphitheatre and some tree top cafes.

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Charlie at the beginning of the Wang Sai Waterfall trail
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A little underwhelming with the lack of water…
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Jirapan heading down to what we imagine would be a fully flowing stream in the wet season
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Still all smiles from Charlie.

Where To Stay In Koh Phangan

Luxury – Anantara Rasananda Koh Phangan Villas

Located along beautiful Tong Nai Pan Noi Beach, Anantara Rasananda Koh Phangan Villas offers spacious villas and suites with free WiFi, private pool and terrace. 

It also features a fitness room. With a modern Thai design villas and suites feel very traditional. 

Situated in a garden setting, rooms comes with a 32-inch LCD TV with Apple TV, home entertainment system and iPod docking station.

Mid-Budget – Le Divine Comedie Beach Resort

Le Divine Comedie Beach Resort features a unique and stylish design with a private terrace.

This beachfront property boasts an outdoor infinity pool and on-site parking facilities. 

Free WiFi is available throughout the hotel. Le Divine Comedie Beach Resort is located 5 miles away from Haad Rin. 

Each room has its own character. The rooms include air conditioning, a minibar and a safety deposit box. 

All en suite bathrooms come with free toiletries and shower facilities.

Budget – Oasis Hostel

Situated in Thongsala, within 900 yards of Thongsala Pier and 650 yards of Thongsala Walking Street, OASIS hostel offers free WiFi. 

All rooms feature a kitchen and a shared bathroom. All units at the hostel come with a seating area. 

Guest rooms will provide guests with a microwave. A continental breakfast is available daily at the property.

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