The viewpoint at Tad Yuang
Splendor in the watery stumble. There's draft near the base. Check this couple (above and below) for the scale of the waterfall.
Slippery stairs (above and below)
Ven Restaurant midway between Kilometer 39's Highway and Tad Yuang
Sun dried beef meat.
E-Tu Waterfalls from the top.
Tree trunks make for an interesting bridge to get to the other side of the stream where you could hop on rocks to see the drop of the water down below.
Serene water before it stumbles down
This is where the water "falls".
My mild mannered motorcycle driver.
The view of the stream from the top of the waterfalls.
At the other side of the resort, you have to walk through these stairs (86 steps) to get to the base (or near the base) of the falls.
Cottages for rent at the E-Tu Waterfalls Resort for those who prefer to stay for a few days.
I bought a bottle of water at this store (near E-Tu's parking). This very cute little boy came charging by and took my bottle. Haha. They had to restrain him because he wanted my bottle bad - not any other bottle.
A coffee plantation beside E-Tu Waterfall Resort.
Back at Imoun, I met this shy little girl who turned out to be my driver's daughter!