Best Waterfalls in Southeast Asia
Southeast Asia is known for its natural beauty. You can find something beautiful almost anywhere, from beaches to jungles and magnificent waterfalls. These are the top 5 best waterfalls to see in Southeast Asia!
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1. Haipa Waterfall, Myanmar
This incredible waterfall is a bit off a tourist map's beaten path. The surrounding area includes tons of forest and rice paddies. Haipa is best accessed by car and it is best to take a boat to the actual waterfall. Remember, Haipa Waterfall is closed for one month yearly during monsoon season!
2. Erawan Waterfalls, Thailand
The Erawan Waterfalls are a beautiful set of falls situated on a 7-tier hike. Each of the seven tiers offers completely different waterfalls and views, and each is special in its own way. You don’t have to hike all the way up to the top to catch a glimpse of the beauty or dive into a crystal-clear pool of water, either. You’ll love them all. If you want to go to Erawan Waterfalls, check out our Mystical Waterfall and River Kwai tour in Bangkok.
3. Pangour Waterfall, Vietnam
Pangour Waterfall is located in Da Lat, Vietnam. Da Lat is a beautiful place to explore waterfalls, as there are more than 10 in the province. Pangour is known to be the most photogenic waterfall in Vietnam, and the water flows for over 100 meters before reaching its pool.
4. Kawasan Waterfall, Philippines
Kawasan Waterfall is exactly what you think about when you think about beautiful waterfalls. The waters are emerald and the location is stunning. Kawasan waterfall is located on Cebu Island, making the whole experience totally photogenic.
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- Nusa Penida Hidden Waterfall & Secret Beach Adventure
Our Nusa Penida Hidden Waterfall & Secret Beach Tour is one of the most beautiful tours in Bali! On this Bali tour, you'll visit some of the most unique attractions that the island has to offer, including a trip to the Peguyangan waterfall and natural pool. The waterfall is absolutely breathtaking and the natural pool is the perfect place to cool off and relax. You'll also head to Paluang Cliff, offering incredible views of the ocean and a great spot for photo opportunities, happily taken for you by your friendly local tour guide! You'll also visit the hidden gem of Pandan beach; this secluded beach is the perfect place to relax and soak up the sun.
5. Jembong Waterfall, Bali
Jembong waterfall is considered one of Bali's “off the beaten track” falls. Which is always a good thing considering the volume of tourist attractions and waterfalls in Bali gets.
What makes this waterfall special is the scenery surrounding the entire area. The waterfall is seen with a background of luscious vegetation and greenery. This is definitely a favorite waterfall for us in Bali!
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