Loei is around 520 kilometers from Bangkok offering some of the most spectacular spots for tourists to enjoy. Although the province is located in the northeast, it has many things common with the northern region of Thailand, including its high hills and mountains which are home to many waterfalls. One such waterfall that is worth visiting in Loei is Tat Hueang Waterfall.
Tat Hueang Waterfall, also known as Thai-Lao Waterfall, is fed by Hueang River and this means that you can see it right around the year. The Hueang River marks the boundary between Thailand and its neighbor, Laos, and the waterfall is jointly owned by the two countries. In fact, Tat Hueang Waterfall marks the border between Thailand and Laos.
The waterfall is definitely breathtaking and impressive. It plunges 30 meters down and is approximately 40 meters wide. It is set amid thick verdant forest so getting there can take a little effort but you will find that the time and effort it takes to get to the waterfall is definitely worth it. The view and noise of the water pounding to the lower realms is truly amazing and incredible.
In order to get to Tat Hueang Waterfall, you need to travel around 7 kilometers on the Na Haeo-Rom Klao Road and then another 10 kilometers on the way to Bo Mueang Noi
Once you reach the waterfall, there are things that will keep you busy. You can decide whether you want to trek, sit down and relax, have a picnic or go for a delightful and fun-filled swim.