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All reviews on the rocks walk up chiang mai beautiful waterfall climb down fun climbing mineral deposits take your time picnic area green algae sunny day great fun free entrance cool water cool experience a lot of fun hour drive
Good day at the Buatong Waterfall . I’m doing this waterfall tour 5 years ago . And I love to come here every day. I can show you how to climb up the waterfall easily. Show you the best spot to walk. And get the...More
This is a great place to spend a few hours on a sunny day. Over an hour away from the old town. Don't forget to take swim wear and enjoy a swim and climbing up and down the waterfalls.
There is a shop to buy...More
Attraction you must attend :). It was great experience to go down and then up on waterfall. It is not slippery one, so you can enjoy climbing easily :). All surrounding is very pictures. Take camera with waterproof case and you will get perfect pictures...More
The waterfalls themselves were super fun, climbing up and down feeling like spider man. There's lockers at the top where you can pay 20 bhat to leave all your stuff- then just go down in clothes you don't mind getting soaked- as you will get...More
Our group debated going here during our trip. It was recommended by a local we met, but it is about an hour drive from Chiang Mai and we weren't exactly sure what it would be like. I have to say it was a huge highlight...More
Super weird formation that me and my friends had a blast climbing and monkeying around. Never experienced anything else quite like it. There's definitely slippery moss / algae spots on some around at the edges, but the white limestone formation is incredibly grippy and such...More
Bua Tong waterfalls are definitely worth a visit! There's a nice trek you can do and climbing up and down the sticky waterfalls is great fun!
If you're on a budget and don't mind a little walk you can get to Bua Tong by public...More
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It’s broken into 3 sections so you get a chance to have a breather but it is pretty easy, it’s called the sticky waterfall because the grip from the sandstone is incredible so it’s unlikely that you will slip. It’s an easy... More
It’s broken into 3 sections so you get a chance to have a breather but it is pretty easy, it’s called the sticky waterfall because the grip from the sandstone is incredible so it’s unlikely that you will slip. It’s an easy climb so have fun x