The Bua Tong Sticky Waterfall, better known as the Sticky Waterfall, is a waterfall in Chiang Mai, in the Mae Taeng National Forest Reserve, which is a beautiful nature park that offers several exciting activities. In addition, during a tour to the famous Sticky Waterfall, you can also go on a beautiful jungle hike, have a picnic and visit the marvelous Nam Phu Chet Si Spring.
Although this Reserve is usually crowded, especially on weekends, Bua Tong Waterfall is not very frequented, so if you want to have some time to yourself, you can visit the falls in the morning on weekdays.
The waterfall has a unique appearance, with 3 layers of white water like falling snow. The water is rich in calcium, which gives the waterfall its white color, and somehow, this mineral clings to the rock face, making it easy for visitors to literally walk up the waterfall.
There will still be slippery places, so when you climb up, make sure that your footing is not too slippery and that you can stand.
The sanctuary does not charge an entrance fee, opening hours are from 8 am to 5 pm.
According to placesofjuma.com