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Nice little waterfall, not he most impressive we’ve been too but very easy to get too, no hiking involved!
You need to be really careful though, I wouldn’t advise going up to the top. Stick to the bottom pool :) A girl (very stupidly) attempted...More
Came here along with Yun Lai and really enjoyed it. Very few other people due to light rain and the water was running well. Pools are deep enough for the natural slides but I was too scared to do the bottom slide haha. I understand...More
This is a nice waterfall, BUT you will need to be careful as the surfaces are slippery. Today a guy slipped and got wedged between two of the rocks on the second level. It took a lot of effort due to the slippery surface to...More
We came with a tour group, so had a short visit. I'd love to come back and spend more time here. It's a chill place with enough water to wade/swim in, and use the wet rock as a waterslide! Not the most magnificent waterfall, but...More
Loved this, came back two days Ina row. Local kids showed us the way around although we weren't brave enough to follow everything they did! We slid down the top rocks into the pool of water, it's quite shallow so be careful but good fun!...More
This is a lovely place in the middle of the jungle and accessible by a lovely drive through little hill tribe villages. There was more water this time than our last visit because of rainy season so the lower pools were better for the kids.