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Tad Somphamit Waterfalls

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Impressive place

I visited this place today afternoon. I'm staying on Don Det island and tracking to the waterfall... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
135551
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Siem Reap, Cambodia
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Incredible feat of nature

We visited the falls and were blown away by the power of the falls raging past. As well as the... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Becki C
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Alcester, United Kingdom
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Welcome to the Somphamit (Li Phi) waterfalls that you can see from the island of Don Khone. These impressive with their speed and the sound of water falling on the rocks will leave an unforgettable memory. Near the many views of the falls, you can...more
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All reviews dry season the river rainy season don det nice walk swimming area visit this place well maintained and clean kip entry fee worth a visit beach bar falls bike restaurant points laos
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We cycled here from Don Det, the ride here was pleasant but we could only cycle as far as the entrance to the waterfall park. The cost was 35000 kip per person, we came in low season so there wasn't much to do. They advertise...More

Thank blondislay
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I visited this place today afternoon. I'm staying on Don Det island and tracking to the waterfall was about 6 kilometers, but it is actually worth seeing. You can feel the Power of Nature there. Mekong river has a very fast current now and no...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We visited the falls and were blown away by the power of the falls raging past. As well as the incredible nature on show, you can witness locals fishing down in the raging water which is incredible and slightly terrifying to witness. Plenty of space...More

Thank Becki C
Reviewed 28 July 2018 via mobile

You can reach this spot by bike from Don Det. We made it by foot and it was a really nice walk. The waterfalls are very beautiful and at the end you can find a bar with sunbeds at the beach. Convenient for a half...More

Thank Paula C
Reviewed 16 April 2018 via mobile

We spent there a day. Mekong river makes here few big waterfalls with stunning view and amazing natural photo decoration! If you are planning a trip to Southern Laos I recommend you to visit this place. To get there we bought combined tickets (bus +boat)...More

Thank Arty_Gonzalez
Reviewed 14 April 2018

We rode bikes from Ban Nakasang – about a 15 minute ride through the narrow village streets and on a jungle path. The falls are very beautifiul even though we were there during the dry season. They seem to go on forever in a series...More

Thank mwcw
Reviewed 2 April 2018 via mobile

It's just 35'000 kip per person, but still. The whole complexe is not maintained although you can see that the concept once was nice. ut it seems that nothing of the entry fee money is being invested for maintenance.

Thank valueformoney71
Reviewed 18 March 2018

35Kip entry fee...very reasonable. Well laid out, plenty of good observation points for these waterfalls. Wooden walkways to get around...will occupy a decent 30 minutes of your travel time.

Thank Gary D
Reviewed 17 March 2018 via mobile

Facilities, including cafe and toilets at beginning. Buffalos hogging the upper-falls ‘swimming area’ when we visited - lol! Very pretty upper-falls intro that only gets more mind-blowing as you walk along edge and realize that water is falling from 180 degrees in spectacular volume. Walk...More

Thank GastownWanderer
Reviewed 5 March 2018

Definitely worth the entrance fee. The area is well maintained and clean. There also under construction building and not sure when it will be finished. There are many viewing points with excellent views of the waterfalls. Endless photo taking.

Thank Parinya S
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Response from Andrew U | Reviewed this property |
I would reccomend renting a motor bike for around the equivalent of $5-10 USD. In my opinion that's the only way to do it, I recently spent a full week riding a motorcycle from Pakse to Sekong, Attapu and back to Pakse... More
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