The area was being revamped, but we walked up to the waterfall, not much to see, as not alot of water falling.
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The bua thong "sticky" waterfalls are a great nature experience near chiang mai. The limestone waterfalls are easy to climb and not too slippery despite the water gushing down. Climbing the falls is a very cool experience. We took a red taxi there from Chiang...More
As an English native with an inbred fear of attractions without adequate safety features, this terrified me. Sometimes you are climbing a sheer rock face with no safety precautions at all- not even a life guard. But don't let this put you off- if you're...More
This is a beautiful spot out in the forest not too far from Chiang Mai. You actually can climb the waterfalls, and it's a nice excursion to get some outdoor hiking time.
It's about an hour away from the city centre. We took the advice of others on here and got a Song Taew for round trip (1200 baht, as that was around the price others mentioned). We went on a Sunday at 3pm, got there at...More
this is another place to simply have great fun playing in the waterfall - the rocks are covered with a limestone-like mineral which makes the fall climbable. not much moss can grow so its fun!
I couldn't believe the breathtaking views you get of the dense forest. All of this happens as you climb beautiful tropical waterfalls that are neither dangerous or slippery. Please do yourself a favor and visit this location, you won't be sorry, it was the best...More
These falls are about 60 km (1h15min) outside of Chiang Mai, so you'll need to arrange some form of transportation to get you there and back. My girlfriend and I arranged for a taxi to take us there and bring us back to the city...More
This place is off the beaten path, but so worth the trip to get there! The rocks look like they should be slick with the water running over them, but they're not! Because of limestone the rocks are rough allowing you to climb all over...More