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Bua Thong Waterfalls

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Bua Tong Waterfall
Climbing waterfalls in Thailand (or anywhere else for that matter) is not generally held to be the safest pursuit—especially for amateurs. At Bua Tong, however, even the clumsiest, flip-flop-wearing visitor can scale the heights of the fall. Known as the "sticky waterfall," Bua Tong gets its name from adhesive quality of its rocks, which are rendered sticky by mineral deposits on them. Located about an hour and a half north of Chiang Mai, the waterfall is off the beaten track in the spectacular countryside of the north. Most visitors descend to the bottom of the falls first before turning and making their way back up. There are also steps to the side of the cascade for those who want to keep their feet dry.
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Mae Ho Phra, Mae Taeng District, Chiang Mai 50150, Thailand
+66 62 608 6647
Sun - Sat 8am - 6pm