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Amazing waterfall

We came here November 2016 as a part of private day tour. I initially hesitated to get down. It... read more

Reviewed 6 March 2018
eureca2000
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Sydney, Australia
Beautiful waterfall

Not far from Pakse you can come by motorbike. But for now March 2018 the road is under construction... read more

Reviewed 5 March 2018
Parinya S
,
Bangkok, Thailand
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Also spelled Tad Gneuang, this is a 40m high, truely picturesque waterfall surrounded by beautiful nature. Be careful when walking down to the pool of water, the steps are slippery. At the entrance to the falls (signposted well on road 16E at Km 40) you'll find food and drink stalls and a restaurant.
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“dry season” (2 reviews)
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Reviewed 6 March 2018

We came here November 2016 as a part of private day tour. I initially hesitated to get down. It looked bit scary. but just started to get down and reached the place. It was amazing and the whole place is misty from the waterfalls. you...More

4  Thank eureca2000
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Reviewed 5 March 2018

Not far from Pakse you can come by motorbike. But for now March 2018 the road is under construction and very dangerous. You have to walk down very steep ladder to witness the beauty of the fall. You also can take a rest and swim...More

3  Thank Parinya S
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Reviewed 22 February 2018

These are very nice waterfalls well worth the visit - but be careful, wear good shoes and watch where you step and your hand rails - everything is deteriorated and old so it can get dangerous. But at the end there are some lovely falls....More

1  Thank John and Deb K
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Reviewed 31 January 2018

Stopped here after visiting the more famous Tad Fane waterfall. It's a nice looking waterfall with somewhat deteriorated steps down to the base of the waterfall. The hand railings are also deteriorating, but were being worked on while we visited. There is a scenic area...More

Thank albeas
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Reviewed 27 January 2018

like in all this Bolaven-Highland waterfalls - signs lead you well from main road, parking organised with a lot of tourist shops. In this case a very good looking restaurant is for sure offering good Lao food, although we did not eat there. to pay...More

1  Thank juergen p
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Reviewed 12 January 2018 via mobile

A picturesque waterfall which luckily had very few visitors there when I visited. Do yourself a favor and skip the unimpressive Bolaven Plateau loop and just make a day trip from Pakse to this and Tad Fane.

2  Thank Jenna S
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Reviewed 1 January 2018 via mobile

We went there to have lunch at a terrace restaurant with gorgeous views of the river banks above the waterfall. There were quite some steep steps to the viewing point of the waterfall but not to hard to negotiate, and it’s totally worth it for...More

Thank ShiningSchnee
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Reviewed 30 December 2017

The falls, located on the Bolaven Plateau, about 40 km east of Pakse, are definitely worth visiting. The water splashes down in the middle of a lust rainforest. Beautiful to watch - but also offering a number of trails to explore the area.

Thank Horst S
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Reviewed 28 December 2017

There's a small fee require for entrance to this Waterfalls, i find it strange that there is a jewellery store, really ? From the entrance one walk down to the Top of the waterfall, there are really nice ponds and stream of gentle water, where...More

Thank plwh888
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Reviewed 25 December 2017

southern laos have a lot of ting to do TadYung waterfall not sofa from pakse only 40km you travel by Motorbike or ren the car to visit there

Thank unipaksong
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