How To Get There
There are different ways to get there.
First, you can use a car. Start the trip in Phitsanulok. You just have to look for the Highway 11 to follow it. Then switch to the Highway 1246. Keep going until you reach Ban Pae Yaek. Then follow the Highway 1143 and pass Chattrakarn County. Next, follow the Highway 1327 to pass ABan Bo Pak. Finally, you should find the Highway 1268, follow it and reach Phu Sao Dap Waterfall.
Another way is to start your trip in Uttaradit Province. Look for the Highway 1047. After reaching Nam Pad County, you should find the Highway 1239 and continue straight for about 47 kilometres. Then you should reach the Highway 1268 and continue straight for about 18 kilometres. Finally, you will reach the national park.
If you can’t drive a car or don’t have one, don’t worry. You can take a bus instead. You can just book a ticket that starts the trip from Bangkok to Phitsanulok, or you can book a ticket that allows you to travel to Chattrakarn County. Moreover, if you’re in Chattrakarn County, you can take a two-row seat truck. Most hotels and travel agency in Chiang Mai and Uttaradit will be able to assist in booking a private car rental with driver.
Opening hours : Opens daily from 8 am until 2 pm.
Admission Fee: 40 Baht (Thai Adult), 20 Baht (Thai Child), 200 Baht(Foreign Adult), 100 Baht (Foreign Child)
Trash Deposit: 100 Baht per tourist group
Note : Not accessible for wheelchair user