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Tad Xai Waterfall in Laos
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Cascading over seven steps, Tad Xay is arguably the most beautiful waterfall in the Phou Khao Kuay NPA. It is particularly attractive during the rainy season, and can be easily reached by a nice boat and trekking tour from 'Ban Hadkai' village, near 'Tad Leuk'.

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