is located in Ban Phu Ngoen. Originally, it was called “Tat Sanaen waterfall.” “Tat” literally means a place
where water flows. “Sanaen” refers to “summit” or “excellence.” This waterfall has its origin from Lam Huai Sanaen. It is 100 metres wide and has two tiers with an interval of 300 metres. This is a large and beautiful waterfall which has water only in the rainy season. The path to the waterfall passes Khua Hin or a natural stone bridge of around 100 metres long, where a phenomenon of water disappearing under the bridge can be witnessed. A walk up to the second tier passes along a stream dotted with boulders. Following the stream on its left bank, visitors will find a broad ground by a large pool. There is another small waterfall called Bueng Chorakhe Waterfall, rushing down to the pool.