Namtok Ka-ang is located at Amphoe Ban Na, Tambon Si Ka-ang, Nakhon Nayok. It was called Ngu Chong-ang waterfall because there was a lot of Chong-ang snakes which frightened the local people. But when the road was built, it became easier to get there so its name was changed to Namtok Ka-ang is a small size waterfall surrounded by rock beach, which water flows through the cracks of the stones, and forest. Rainy season is the best season to visit (around September-October) with fresh environment and nice weather suitable for relaxing. During the dry season, the amount of water will decrease and there are not much of facilities provided. Since Namtok Ka-ang hasn’t been destroyed so much, it became another popular attraction during holidays. Not far from the waterfall, there is a plant seedling station of Royal Forest Department and Wat Si Ka-ang, which has a Buddha image in the attitude of mediation made from bricks where visitors can worship. But the road to Si Ka-ang temple is very rough so it would be safer walking there. By visiting this waterfall, visitors will enjoy a scenic view and also can worship the Buddha image the temple too.