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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...More
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.
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.
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...More
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...More
There are two waterfalls within the green complex of Tad Pha Suam waterfalls. One by the transportation bridge (big one) and the other behind the tree lodge resort (small one). The entrance fee is 10.000 pp and 2.000 per motorbike.
Tad Pha Suam is a wide 6m high waterfall that stretches around a U shaped cliff. The falls flow year round from the Houai Champi River as it descends across the Bolaven Plateau from the North in Salavanh province. You can enjoy the view of...More
Driving over the bridges and through the forest is a deeply quieting experience.
Eventually we arrive at a place where we can park our bikes and continue on foot, balancing over planks of wood that narrowly bridge rocks rising up from the river.
Having been here previously I was looking forward to seeing how the village was. There were only two weavers and a group of women talking.It could have been so much better looking into the history of the Ethnic groups.There is a large house with some...More