Khao Sip Ha Chan National Park is home to Khao Sip Ha Chan waterfall in Ban Pong Ket, Khun Song subdistrict, Kaeng Hang Maeo district, Chanthaburi province. It spreads over the vast area of 75,000 Rai. The attractions in the premises of Khao Sip Ha Chan National Park include Saba waterfall, E-kek waterfall, as well as Khao Sip Ha Chan waterfall. The last one is a 15-tier waterfall where water flows constantly throughout the year. To ascend the waterfall summit, tourists have to skirt around the stream bank and vertically climb the waterfall cliff. Tent camping spots can be found on the 6th and the highest tier (the 13th) which is 35 meters above the ground. Khao Sip Ha Chan National Park consists of intact forest and serves as a habitat of monkeys, gibbons, gaurs and bantengs. Nam Pen waterfall is a 10-tier medium-sized waterfall situated on Khao Sip Ha Chan mountain.
Khao Sip Ha Chan waterfall, also known as Khlong Sai waterfall, is a medium-sized waterfall where water flows constantly throughout the year. The best time to visit is in dry season. There is a walking trail to enjoy the beauty of nature specially developed by the Khao Sip Ha Chan National Park. The distance of the trail from the national park office to the waterfall is 4.8 kilometers. Hikers are strictly required to inform the office staff, and should be well-equipped with packed meals and personal belongings. Although the ascending walk to the waterfall is very steep, each tier has its own unique beauty. Thus it is definitely worth all the climbing efforts. The national park office also provides 2 tent camping areas –at Khlong Maduea and E-kek, but campers have to bring their own camping gears.