Khlong Kaew waterfall nationalpark is locate inside Khao Saming (mountain of tiger cum people) reserved forest in
Bo Rai distrct, Trat province. Khao Saming reserved forest covers around 125000 Rai or 200 square kilometers,
whilst Khlong Kaew national park occupies 40375 Rai or 64.6 square kilometers.
Khlong Kaew sits along Thai-Cambodian border.
The peaks of the hill range constitute the border that separates Thailand and Cambodia.
The highest moutain is Yod Khao Bad at about 836 metres above sea level. Evergreen forest of various
plant and animal lives exist in the park.
Hot months are from February to May. Rainy season starts in May and ends in October or November.
Cool season can be had in November to January.
Khlong Kaew waterfall is a beautiful 7 level stream of clear water which comes down from the mountains.
A large stone (Lan Hin Te) at the fourth level offers a place from where you can have a view of Bo Rai town down below.
There are a couple of other waterfalls worth visiting.
Camping is possible.