This resort is on the banks of the river and at the top of the Tad Yuang waterfall. It is a fantastic location, and is built entirely of wood, respecting and engaging with nature. The reception is also a small cafe. The restaurant is very good and serves food at tables on the riverbanks. It has little cottages and camping area. Although it is called "resort" it functions more as guesthouse, because there are minimum frills which makes it cozy and intimate. The camping area is $ 7 per night/person and our tent was between 10 and $ 20, depending on whether we wanted ground (earth) or Semi-cabin, ie roofed wooden platform.