Pha Taem National Park, Ubon Ratchathani
As you can see in the painting, Saeng Chan waterfall, one of Pha Taem National Park's many attractions looks like a soft beam of light.
What make this fall unique is that the water comes down through a big hole in the rock instead of spilling over a cliff. Everyday around 11am or so, sunlight shines through the hole at the same angle as the falling water which gives it a magical glow.
However, the name Saeng Chan means "moonlight" in English. After all, sunlight waterfall doesn't sound as romantic.
How to get there
Pha Taem NP is about 20 kilometres from Khong Chiam, which is 80 kilometres east of Ubon Ratchathani. To get to Saeng Chan Waterfall, you have to go 19 kilometres further north from the park headquarters (via Highway 2112) to Ban Na Pho Klang where you'll find an access road to the site.
Food and accommodation!
Various types of accommodation, a canteen and other tourist facilities are available at the park.
For more information
Telephone: Pha Taem NP on 045-246-332
Full review at: http://www.bangkokpost.com/travel/news/197756/saeng-chan-waterfall