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Reviewed 10 November 2018

The most important attraction is the U-shaped waterfall, on which you have a nice view from either the viewpoint, or the hanging bridge accross the river. There is a smaller waterfall with some rapids more in the back of the park (forest). The park features small museums/exhibitions, but these were either closed or hard to find when I was there. Signs were often in Lao only. I somehow do not get bored watching waterfalls en the surroundings were beautiful as well. Add to that at the moment it was not crowded, which made it a very good experience for me.

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank Sander v
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Reviewed 1 November 2018

Tad Pha Suam is pretty waterfall. when you nearly close the waterfall you will get spray of water touch your face and your mind. I feel relaxing. nearly place have small restuarant. It's a good moment when you eat with a sound of waterfall.
the entrance before you go in to waterfall, on your right you will see the entance of Laos Tribal village. It's freash air.

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank earn2017
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Reviewed 22 February 2018

Waterfall within the plateau loop is just like having a surprise gift box from a treasure hunt from point to point. Though there are many information available from the internet, it is best to experience and take a look right there and then.

A short walk from the parking area ( about 5 mins) towards the left, cross a bridge and a bamboo bridge, you will arrive at the fall. It is not a huge waterfall, but the shape is rather unique with the hexagonal shape rock pillars along the banks. And the curve behind the fall makes u feel like u are inside a giant bowl.

Nearby the waterfall, take a short walk (10 minutes) to a nearby village.

Try some of the snacks which you can purchase from the locals, some sort of harvest from the jungle nearby.

Date of experience: November 2017
Thank sharonchoongsc
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Reviewed 20 January 2018 via mobile

I’ve been to Tad Pa Suam waterfall almost 10 years ago and this is my 2nd visit. The waterfall is still wonderful as it has always been. The old bamboo suspension bridge gives a little thrill while walking. (If excitement is not your thing, you can walk to the restaurant and take an easy way to access the waterfall). For the restaurant I think it’s not as nice as before. We learned from a local that the former concessionaire was back to his country due to his illness. There are also tribal villages near the waterfall where you can buy the hand-made local “paa sin” or sarong.

Date of experience: January 2018
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Reviewed 16 December 2017

If you are a Good bicycler, I’d go by bike...but I went the few miles by Tuc Tuc and had an awesome experience. It was a pretty bumpy ride bit well worth the bumps to see the massive falls.
The biggest falls in Laos and all my other visits to falls have led up to this one....actually, one more yet to come.

Date of experience: November 2017
Thank BFK123
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