Top Waterfalls

Vietnam – Ban Gioc

Located at the Sino-Vietnamese border, the Ban Gioc Waterfalls is surely one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Vietnam!  At a height of over 30 meters, spread over 3 floors and more than 100 meters wide, it is the largest in the country. Surrounded by lush karstic peaks, rivers and dense vegetation, the site offers a breathtaking setting. During the rainy season (June-September) the flow of the falls is impressive. In the dry season the falls is quieter and offer a peaceful atmosphere. Not far from there, the visitor can also go to the Nguom Ngao Caves, considered as one of the most beautiful complexes in the country.

 

Vietnam - Pongour Waterfall

About 50 km in the south of Dà Lat, in Lâm Dông Province, the Pongour Waterfalls is one of the highest in Vietnam. It is more than 40 meters high and extends into a magnificent 150 meters arc. From the access road, the view is breathtaking, as well as the sound of the water falling into the large lake below, producing a pounding sound that resonates for miles around.

 

Laos – Kuang Si

Located about 30km from the UNESCO-listed town of Luang Prabang, the Kuang Si Falls will delight the visitor. With its turquoise waters surrounded by bamboo forest and luxuriant vegetation, the surroundings create a relaxing atmosphere. Walking up the stream to the main waterfalls with over 50 meters high, the visitors can swim in the large natural swimming pools, spread over several floors formed by the waterfalls.

Near the Kuang Si, there is an Asian Black Bear Preservation Camp.  The camp is home to twenty animals, who were rescued from the poachers, where they are cared and raised in good conditions. Travelers can observe the bears in their pens, which are equipped for their maximum comfort.

 

Laos – Tad Fane

The Tad Fane Waterfalls is located at the Bolovens Plateau in Southern Laos. Surrounded by lush green jungle in Dong Hua Sao Park, these two 120-meter high waterfalls are the highest in Laos! The view from the top is incredible that you can hardly see the end below.  In addition to this impressive falls, the Bolovens Plateau offers countless waterfalls and bathing spots. Moreover, the region is known for its many tea and coffee plantations that will delight tea and coffee lovers.

 

Thailand – Thi Lo Su

Considered to be the highest and largest waterfalls in Thailand, Thi Lo Su is located in the Upphang Wildlife Sanctuary, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Thi Lo Su is divided into 3 large falls from 200 to 400 meters high, forming a unique ensemble - the sixth largest in the world. The best time of the year to visit the waterfalls and swim is between December and April.

 

Vietnam - Pongour Waterfall

About 50 km in the south of Dà Lat, in Lâm Dông Province, the Pongour Waterfalls is one of the highest in Vietnam. It is more than 40 meters high and extends into a magnificent 150 meters arc. From the access road, the view is breathtaking, as well as the sound of the water falling into the large lake below, producing a pounding sound that resonates for miles around.