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Loved this, came back two days Ina row. Local kids showed us the way around although we weren't brave enough to follow everything they did! We slid down the top rocks into the pool of water, it's quite shallow so be careful but good fun!...More
This is a lovely place in the middle of the jungle and accessible by a lovely drive through little hill tribe villages. There was more water this time than our last visit because of rainy season so the lower pools were better for the kids.
Hi folks it’s Johno from the lifestyle strategist. Today we visited this waterfall and it was very ordinary. There are no walking tracks and I noticed in the description you can dive. Never dive at any waterfall especially this one unless you want to go...More
We went at the end of the dry season and it was definitely not worth it. The water stream was very small. I'm sure it's really nice when its not dry.
If youre around during the dry season, go to waterfall. There is an hour...More
Mor Paeng Waterfall was part of a day tour however it had been 3 months since rain had fallen and water upstream is being used for irrigation so there wasn't really much water in the the "waterfall" ... our guide advised that the waterfall was...More