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All reviews walk up on the rocks chiang mai beautiful waterfall three levels bare feet climb down mineral deposits red taxi take your time picnic area green algae great fun red truck worth the trip cool water well worth the visit
No entry fee to the national park. We paid ฿1800 to go from Chiang Mai to wat ban den, to the sticky falls, to the Grand Canyon, and back to Chiang Mai. There are toilets but no toilet paper. The falls were beautiful and very...More
fantastic experience - 1 of the best places in whole Thailand. That feeling when you can climb up the whole waterfall and the water is falling down around you - really worth trying. If I traveled once again in Thailand, I would visit this place...More
An amazing experience to walk down and up the waterfall.
Not at all crowded and we had plenty of time to be able to do it a few times. We used the company
Takemetour.com.. and had a personal guide including food and drink and hotel...More
There and a million and one waterfalls to visit in south east Asia but this one is really different. You literally do stick to the waterfall so climbing up and down it is super easy, but goes against everything you’ve ever been told which is...More
It has been taught since young that walking on rocks in a fast running river is dangerous. Don’t even say to climb up or down. However, in this waterfall, you can try it out with enough caution!
This waterfall is as known as “sticky waterfall”,...More
I left Chiang Mai at 8am and got there early. I recommend this because I was the only one climbing the waterfalls for a solid hour before anyone else turned up. There are three sections. I advise to take the ramp down and climb up....More
This place was on my son's bucket list after seeing a YouTube video of people climbing the waterfall. And so far this has been a real highlight of our trip.
Firstly, these falls are set inside a National Park and it is free to enter...More
I’m surprised, but pleased, that these falls are not on the regular tourist thing to do. What a interesting piece of nature and the falls are not that strenuous to climb! Recommend for those that love to experience unique things when travelling
I can't believe this is not already listed as a top attraction for Chiang Mai, because it truly is remarkable. It is a bit of a drive (1 hour) from the city, but the drive is worth the magical experience: Bua Tong (aka Sticky Falls)...More
We didn't have any trouble on either road. The same car and driver took us to both Doi Ithanon National Park and to Bua Thong Waterfalls. I do not recall that it was hilly. I'm sure this answer is after the fact so I hope... More
We didn't have any trouble on either road. The same car and driver took us to both Doi Ithanon National Park and to Bua Thong Waterfalls. I do not recall that it was hilly. I'm sure this answer is after the fact so I hope you had a great time. We did!