“Never Slip Rocks” Waterfall

Bua Tong Waterfall

The official name is the Bua Tong Waterfall-Chet Si Fountain National Park. It’s better known as the Sticky Waterfall, located in Mae Taeng district, Chiang Mai, Thailand.

It’s one of the top 10 Chiang Mai nature tours. (Reference from TripAdvisor: Plan & Book Trips) The Sticky Waterfalls is an impressive waterfall located at one and a half-hour drive from Chiang Mai City.

Why call it the Sticky Waterfall? Because these rocks have been running through calcium carbonate for a long time and coating the rock layer of the waterfall, until it became a hard limestone stream and not slippery.

So you are possible to climb all the way up to the waterfall which makes this waterfall very unique and popular. Climbing up a sticky waterfall is a bizarre experience for the Chiang Mai tour, so your eyes can’t quite believe it when you see people easily walking on the steep rocks.

You can climb all over the waterfall here and go wherever you want to go, it makes you feel like a Spider-Man! it’s crazy fun here, and a great place to get some really cool photos.

The rocks are cream-colored and bulbous, almost cartoonish, and contrast beautifully with the dark green forest and the water is crystal clear and cool. It comes from a mineral spring so the waterfall is present year-round.

If you want to go somewhere in Chiang Mai on day trips, the Sticky Waterfalls is another one is a good place for you and a great place for a picnic with your family, friends, or your couple. Come here and see for yourself how amazing the Chiang Mai waterfall tours.

This is guaranteed to be your favorite tourist attraction to visit in Chiang Mai. You will unforgettable this tour experience!

Bua Tong Waterfall

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