The Bua Tong Waterfall, aka the sticky waterfall, is a popular tourist destination in the Si Lanna National Park near Chiang Mai, Thailand. It’s fed by water from a calcium-rich spring, which creates limestone deposits on the rocks. This keeps algae off the rocks, so they’re not slippery and easy to climb.
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You Can Climb Up This Sticky Waterfall In Thailand