First, make sure you don't mind the shoes getting dirty. If it rains, the path gets very muddy and slippery. To be honest, the road starts off more dangerous than the waterfall. You can't swim in the river as the water is slowly being infected with leptospira and there are warning signs everywhere to tell the tourists this. It is a relatively easy hike - not very steep but the mud makes it very slippery and there is no railing. There are many hikes here for people of different ages (from infants to elderly) and many choose to use crutches (highly recommended). There is also a cafe and bathroom facilities in front of the parking lot.
On the border of Thailand, there is about 8KM leaving Memoria Palace and Resort.
The waterfalls are mostly concentrated south of Pailin, and there are large waterfalls during the Cambodian rainy season, but the paradox is that the waterfalls are all in the mountains, the road is dangerous, it is recommended to have water phnom keu all year round.
A small waterfall, nothing special.
The waterfall is located between the border between Thailand and Cambodia.