A stunningly beautiful spot
What we say:
Just two km up the road from Tad Fane, this waterfall is often overlooked -- for no good reason we can think of. It's a stunningly beautiful spot, brilliantly green, and though the waterfall is not the highest in the area, it's wide and amply impressive. It's easy to access from the road -- the path leads first to the pools at the top of the falls, and then there's a path to the right that winds down to the pool at the bottom. It's a slippery, slightly treacherous climb down the stone steps, which are perpetually slick from the constant spray, but once down you can scramble across the rocks into the water for a cool dip in one of the most beautiful spots in Asia.
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Tourist trap - nice waterfall though
14th February, 2011
A beautiful waterfall over-run with tourists (Thai day-trippers mostly) and a picnic garden scene. If you're only going up to Paksong for the day then you should check it out, but I'd recommend getting to Paksong first (assuming you're on motorbike) and spending the night and then getting up early to see the waterfall before too many people show up.
Considering we saw this as our last waterfall on the Bolaven loop its hard to give it an objective rating . . . the fall itself, very nice, 8, the atmosphere around it, 2 . . .so a 5 probably.
Tad Nguing reviewed by caseyprich (3)
Written on 14th February, 2011, rated Visited here in February, 2011
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