At Koh Rok, one of the island groups that make up Mu Koh Lanta National Park in the southern province of Krabi, visitors were given the extraordinary opportunity to witness waterfalls plunging down the sides of the surrounding mountains. Because it only takes place once a year, it is a sight that is seldom seen.

Chaiyaphruek Weerawong, the head of Mu Koh Lanta National Park, disclosed that there were two waterfalls that came from the cliff that was 180 meters above mean sea level. There are just a few waterfalls in the area, and they are only accessible during the rainy season in Thailand, which runs from May through the end of October.

The island of Koh Rok, often known as the Queen of the Andaman Sea, can be found on the boundary between the provinces of Krabi and Trang in Thailand. It is well-known for its gorgeous sea, which features white sandy beaches and clear blue water, and is considered a paradise for anyone who enjoys being near the water. In addition to that, there is a diving point that is frequented by tourists from all over the world. The 15th of October to the 15th of May is the only time of year when Koh Rok is open to tourists. Because of concerns for visitors’ safety and the next rainy season, the island will not reopen until further notice.

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