The Namtok Phlio National Park located 14 kilometers from Chanthaburi is home to, as its name suggests, a waterfall called Namtok Phliu which has three levels and a pool of clear , fresh and fishy water. Nearby there is a small chedi, the Alongkon Chedi , erected in 1876, covered with moss and a tiny pyramid built in 1881 by King Rama V to house the ashes of Phra Nang Chao Sunanthakumarirat, his first wife, who died in a boat accident. The cascade has water all year long, although of course the flow is much lower at the end of the dry season (March-April). The park has several trails leading to two other waterfalls, Makok Watefall and Klong Narai Waterfall. I did not have time to go through the huge expanse of Namtok Phliu National Park but just for the chedi, the water stream with a lot of fishes and the coolness of the waterfall and the shadow of the place, it's worth to go even if it seems than you can not bath there.
The waterfall, the chedi and the pyramid are very close to each other and easily accessible from the park entrance. Count about ten minutes of walking only.