Klong Chao is the best of three waterfalls on Koh Kood. It hides in the middle of the island on the river that flows to the west coast at Klong Chao Beach. This part of Koh Kood island features the longest mangrove streams winding its way behind the beach and also into the hills towards Klong Chao waterfall. The enthusiast trekkers can first kayak up the creek through the mangrove, and then boost up their energy level by hiking up through the forest to Klong Chao waterfall for delightful swimming.
Klong Chao waterfall has some royal history, too. Back in 1911, it has been visited by King King Rama VI, who called it one of the most beautiful places on Koh Kood. Waterfall features three cascades: the top two represent streams and lower at the base of the fall – the big pool – an ideal area for swimming. Here, you can even find some small fish.