Nam Tok Saeng Chan

Ubon Ratchathani Province

One of the most amazing waterfalls you'll ever see, Saeng Chan ('Moonbean') flows through a hole cut naturally into the overhanging rock. There's water from June to December, but it's at its best when rain is actually falling.

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