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Tatai Waterfall, Koh Kong
(4.2/5 based on 190+ reviews on the web)
Most impressive during the rainy months, Tatai Waterfall foams and cascades over massive rocky tiers. In the dry season, the natural pools at the bottom of the waterfall allow visitors to take refreshing dips. If you manage to stay still under the tumbling water, you can get a stimulating yet natural shoulder and neck massage. You can reach the waterfall by hiking a dirt road through a lush forest, but if you want to enjoy the scenery without exerting yourself, take a slow boat that can get you there in an hour. Put Tatai Waterfall on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Koh Kong itinerary maker.
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  • Beautiful falls, offering a great place to cool down in the heat and great views in the rainy season. Accessible by boat or kayak. 
  • You can't really swim in the waterfall, and at the price they charge for transportation I don't think it's worth visiting. Quite far from town. Also, if you're a hiker then there are much better water...  more »
  • The waterfall you can either visit coming a little walk from the right side of the national RD or pull over if one has booked a bootstour from below to the waterfall and then apply it on the left side. Then you have to go just five minutes on a well beaten path jungle which then leads one to the left side of the waterfall. Stones and rocks in the waterfall are very slippery and slippery. Careful here, because you can pull to severe injuries. (It applies especially in the rainy season) At one point, you can jump beautifully in a natural pool and swim!
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  • I've been around most of Cambodia but I think this area of Cambodia is the most beautiful and well preserved area in the country. We had a great guide take us up the calm river. We enjoyed the beautiful green scenery they surrounded the whole area. When we reached the waterfall, our guide docked the boat and lead us on a short hike to a place were we could swim in calm water and still enjoy the nice scenery. BE VERY careful of small puddles on the rocks and algae. The rocks are very sharp and slippery. I fell on my ass twice but luckily I didn't get cut up. When you get back from your little journey, you can enjoy some good local food from the vendors. Try the beefsticks! We ate about 40 of them! Only 1500 riel each! We enjoyed our time mingling with them because they were very welcoming. Hope to visit this place again.
  • Remote little waterfall area. We were the only people there! As it had been raining we had to leave the scooter near the main road / entrance hut and walk. Nice place to chill with a picnic
  • Best view ever.
  • good place
  • Highly recommended for adventurers and nature lover.