We did the Kuang Si falls and decided to visit these falls as well. Much less touristy and a quick fun trip on a boat across the delta for $10,000 kip. A private tuk tuk was $200,000 for 4 of us to do the 30...More
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We have 2 kids (5 and 6). You should start by going to the top waterfall by the small trail (there are 3) and come back to the 1st waterfall. At the 1st waterfall, you can bath. The kids can touch the bottom if they...More
full of Laotians rather than foreigners, nice casual restaurants to relax. Kids loved the short ride from town to the river, the short boat ride to the falls, and then the falls themselves - rocks can be slippery, but extraordinary experience. Most of the locals...More
This is a beautiful place to visit. Not crowded, beautiful views, cheap entry and well worth the money. You take a short boat ride worth 10,000 kip to get there. It's very short and while the boats don't look particularly well cared for they worked...More
Getting here involves a short boat ride, and while the falls are smaller than Tad Sae, they also offer plenty of opportunity for children etc. to go in the many pools and have fun in the water. We took the trail up to the third...More
Enjoyed biking to see the falls... but if you only have limited time... forget it. Very upsetting to see chained up elephants and then have the stupid tourists ride them up the path amongst the sitting areas/restaurants. DO NOT RIDE THE ELEPHANTS!!
Animal lovers- save your self the heartbreak. There are monkeys in tiny cages and elephants that are tied tightly giving groups of people rides (we saw 3 people in a big box on one) in a tiny area. Waterfalls are full of Korean tourists. Beautiful,...More
A series of beautiful natural pools and small waterfalls. Not as crowded as the Kuang Si waterfalls but just as beautiful (minus the big waterfall). There are also some beautiful hiking trails and it’s a shame there was no trail map available.
The falls are wonderful with decent cafe at the top. Visit the rescued moon bears as well. Usual food and gift stores clustered around entrance. 20000 kip to get in. £2.