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Mae Yen Waterfalls, Pai
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  • Touring nice, shaded and all along the River to cool off regularly. Hope you, like us, the chance of hitting Tink, a nice dog you left us at the beginning of ballad to guide us! She stayed with us back and forth... we got to qq shortcuts! The waterfall is pretty, very large but the pool isn't deep.
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  • We are two young fit girls, it took us 3 hours on the way there and 2 hours on the way back. Leave yourself enough time before sunset, otherwise you will be racing back in the dark and be stuck in a r...  more »
  • We went to Pai at the end of the dry season. Everything was very dry and none of the famous falls had water,
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