4 attractive and fascinated waterfalls of ASEAN

ASEAN is a region which abounds with plentiful resources. Each country offers the natural tourists attractions which are beautiful differently. Today we will be going to look up to the four places of waterfalls around ASEAN together.

The Madakaripura Waterfall is considered as ‘The Queen River of East Java’. It is one of the most famous waterfalls in Indonesia. The waterfall is located in the Village area Wean, Lumbang District, Probolinggo which is not far from Mount Bromo. Its height is about 200 meters or approximately 600 feet, hiding at the bottom of canyon, which has a wellhead from the forest over the waterfall, surrounded by the plentiful and beautiful nature.

The Thi Lo So Waterfall is claimed to be the most beautiful and the largest waterfall in Thailand. It is located in Umphang Wildlife Sanctuary, in Tak Province. It stands about 300 meters high and nearly 500 meters wide, flowing down from Huai Klotho to the high cliff arranged by tiers with water rushing down throughout the year, surrounded with abundant tropical rain forest. Around the waterfall area with the water splashing strongly, when the sprinkling meets with the sunshine, the miracle rainbow is arisen which made the waterfall is brightening up more and more.

The Khone Falls and Pha Pheng Falls is a waterfall which is one of the most famous waterfalls in Indochina. As the mightiness and attractiveness of the Khone Falls, it is considered as ‘Niangara of Asia’. Located at Champasak Province on the Mekong River in southern Laos, it’s far from Pak Se around 150 kilometers. The falls are characterized by thousands of islands and countless waterways, giving the area its name Si Phan Don or ‘The 4000 islands’. The highest falls reach to 21 meters (69 feet). And the falls is the site of the rare aquatic animals such as the local fish like snake-head fish Khone Pha Pheng, and the Irrawaddy dolphin or called in Lao language as ‘Pha Ka’ which is a euryhaline species of oceanic dolphin that can live in fresh water.

Pagsanjan Waterfall is located in the province of Laguna, Philippines. It is the confluence spot of two rivers, the Balanac River and the Bumbungan River. The falls is one of the most famous waterfalls in the Philippines with 20 meters high. Besides, the falls is the top of rafting locations of the Philippines which the tourists will be adventured with upstream rafting. When the craft will be swept away sticking with islets or into the ground, must trying to fence it off or even to lift it off. You will be exited with rafting on the way back facing the swiftly downstream and flows into the deep crevices crossing over the cascade. Both sides of the cliff are over 100 meters high. That will be an extreme impressive memory. Before going back, don’t miss to buy some fresh coconut pie, a famous delicious dessert which many people like in the lush taste.