Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Why Travel Tuesday: Chiang Mai Sticky Waterfall

(Every Tuesday, I will be featuring a photograph from a place I have gone to, a photograph which I believe will inspire others to go out and see the world for themselves. For this week, Why Travel Tuesday features a place especially beautiful during the monsoon rain season: Chiang Mai Sticky Waterfall.)

Capture the Colour: Green at the Sticky Waterfall, Thailand
Chiang Mai Sticky Waterfall. Minerals has given traction to the rocks, hence the name.

There are a lot of things that can still be seen and done during the monsoon rain season in the Philippines and Southeast Asia. To illustrate my point, pictured above is a tourist attraction located a couple of hours outside Chiang Mai, Thailand. It is called the Sticky Waterfall because the minerals in the water has over the years lent a bit of traction to the rocks. Waterfalls like this are especially beautiful when there is abundant rain in the jungle. So obviously, the best time to see them is during the monsoon rain season. I shall talk more about travel in the monsoon rain season in my next post. Stay tuned.

Have you traveled in the Philippines and/or Southeast Asia during the monsoon rain season? How was the experience for you?

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