The road to Nei Shi Waterfall is not too smooth as most of the road were damaged by the last Typhoon. However we managed to drive in till 2km before the waterfall and we hiked the remaining distance.
The hike was not too difficult but when it started to rain it made the path pretty slippery. The terrian around the waterfall are rocky, the only flat ground you can find is at the viewing area.
the bridges are still intact and passable by car
direction to the waterfall
the river that runs under the railway bridge. Good thing it was not washed away by the typhoon.
we parked our car down the river bank that was washed off by the typhoon Marokot and hike the remaining distance.
A view of Nei Shi Waterfall from 2km away
Slightly damaged paved path
stair way to get around the hill
viewing area of the waterfall, the only flat ground you can camp