Than Mayom Waterfall
This is probably the most famous waterfall on the island, near the Than Mayom pier of the east coast of the island and near the Koh Chang Marine National Park Office. A pathway of about 400m, leads through a durian orchard, to the waterfall. The waterfall is medium sized, with four levels and a large pool at the front. Visitors mostly do not go to the fourth level which is quite far and used as a source of drinking water by the locals. Swimming is allowed at the waterfall and watching sunrise from here can be a real treat.
The three-step Than Mayom Falls, the first of which is less than an hour's walk from Tha Than Mayom, is well worth hiking to. Rocks on the first and third steps bear the engraved initials of Kings Rama VI and Rama VII, and Rama V respectively.
Nang Yom Waterfall
Nang Yom is a small-sized waterfall - You can get there by following a path from Ban the Koh Chang sub-district police station and the trail is long.
Klong Plu Waterfall
This is the most popular and frequently visited of the waterfalls as it is close to both Klang Prao and Kai Bae beaches. It is about a 20 minute hike to the waterfall which is on 3 levels. Most visitors stay on the 1 st level as the 10 metre fall here is already an impressive site and it is quite a slippery climb to get up to the other two levels. The most beautiful spot is up at the top, where there's a large pool for visitors to cool down by taking a dip.
Khiri Phet Waterfall
This medium sized waterfall is about 2 kms from the Salak Phet community, in the south of Koh Chang. During wet season the fall can look as if it is a two-storey waterfall of about 5 meters high, but in the dry season you can climb up to the 7th level. There is water in the falls all year round and a pool to swim .in at the first level.
Klong Nueng Waterfall
Not far from Khiri Phet, this Is the tallest in Koh Chang and an excellent place to take a dip in the chest deep pool, once you have made the hour's hike there. You have to climb across a huge boulder, which blocks the trail, to see the sight of the water cascading down the ravine.
Khlong Nonsi Waterfall
Situated in the north of Ko Chang, you have to pass through Ban Dan Mai, rubber plantations and orchards to reach this small waterfall. Visiting this crystalline cascade is not recommended during the hot season when it dries up.