Paksong is a little hill town located on the Bolaven Plateau in the Champasak province in Southern Laos. The town itself has nothing to offer and is very thinly populated. It is popular among the tourists for the four waterfalls and beautiful mountains surrounding the village. It is also home to many coffee plantations and is called the coffee capital of Laos.
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Tad Fane - Tad Fane is the largest of the four waterfalls and very impressive.
Tad Champee is a lovely waterfall where you can go Kayaking at the bottom of the falls.
Tad Yuang is another attractive waterfall surrounded by the mountains, which is ideal for swimming.
Tad E-Tu is located close to Paksong and also worth visiting for the views.
The best way to explore these waterfalls is by renting a motorbike for about 8 USD per day. All these are located within 15km from the town of Paksong. You can also hire a tuk-tuk or taxi although they might be hard to find.
There is no entry fee, but there is a parking fee of about 1 to 2 USD in all the waterfalls.
There are no ATMs in Paksong and all transactions are done in cash. It is better to carry sufficient money.
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