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Bua Tong Sticky Waterfalls น้ำตกบัวตอง น้ำพุ 7 สี, Bua Tong稠粘的瀑布, 부아 통 스티커 폭포, Bua Tongスティッキーの滝, Буа Тонг Важные водопады

Map-pin-grey Chiang Mai, Thailand

About Activity


Bua Tong waterfalls, or the Sticky Waterfalls one of the most unique places we’ve ever been to in Thailand is called. Located about an hour and a half drive north of Chiang Mai’s Old City, these waterfalls are not only impressive and gorgeous, but a special feature allows you to climb directly up the rocks into the oncoming cascading water!
Although waterfalls are a common tourist attraction in Thailand. Waterfalls are notoriously slippery. Obviously one goes down a waterfall, in line with the gushing waters and typically slippery surfaces. So how is it possible to climb up the Sticky Waterfalls?
The Sticky Waterfalls get their name from a mineral deposit that is incredibly grippy. In fact, the rocks feel like a hardened sponge. They are callous and even slightly prickly to the touch but surprisingly give a bit under pressure. Since no algae or slime adheres to the rocks, they are the perfect canvas to climb up the waterfall. It is impressively steep in some places, but with the aid of the limestone deposits on the stones, we felt like Spider-Man!

The Sticky Waterfalls are an impressive sight. The rocks are cream-colored and bulbous, almost cartoonish, and contrast beautifully with the dark green forest. And the water? Crystal clear and cool. It comes from a mineral spring so the waterfall is present year-round. The surrounding forest floor is coated with moss and small colorful flowers. There are plenty of forest creatures like butterflies and water bugs, and there are even the occasional minnows.

In addition to picnic items, make sure to bring:
-Towels or change of clothes
-Strap on sandals or water shoes
-Tissues/toilet paper

-Start the trip at the appointment point.
-Arrival At Bua Tong Sticky Waterfalls.
-Get You Back To The Meeting Point.
-The total trip time is about 4 hours.


Meeting Point:
Hotel Or Meeting Point Around The City

Price Includes:
Private Transportation

Price Doesn't Include:
Expend, Food & Drink, Ticket, Fee


: US$75 / Person
: Chiang Mai, Thailand
: 4 hours

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-I work as local tour guide at my own company Inspire Nung Tour And Transport is a Tour and Transport service based corporate in Chiang Mai. We have more than 50 programs of the tour from Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Lamphun, Lampang, Mae Hong Son, and around north of Thailand as your customized.

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- My city has a distinctive culture, full of art and true eastern life. Our culture is very famous as the city of creative arts and folk art of UNESCO, which was announced on October 31, 2017. We have 1,314 temples and are 6,250 monks in Chiang Mai. We have natural attractions and wildlife, including many interesting attractions. An local culture is another interesting thing, we have a number of tourist attractions and a lot of handicrafts place. Another name must be foods that are spectacular.

► My best travel experience
-My great trip is calm. I do not like sharing tours because everything is busy and not private. So I designed my tour private that all visitors can absorb the beauty of sight and mind. I do not like talking much LOL. I know that most every tourist is studied the places that they are interested in before coming. Some people believe more books than the tour guide LOL. So I like to give you the basics and let you meet with your own eyes.

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