This place is easy to get to and quick to walk around (all paved, but with steps). The waterfall is beautiful, and the signboards tell the story of a fascinating local fish that allegedly climbs the waterfall to reach its upstream breeding grounds (no kidding). The park is easily seen in 30 minutes. Parking spaces are very limited, though, and you must pay to park at a machine, but there were human operators standing by to assist. The road to get here passes through a nice little village. Better for photos in the morning; expect overcast skies in the afternoon. Warm nonetheless.
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