Located in Phu Mau 1 village (Chieng Yen commune), about 30km from the center of Van Ho district, Ta Nang waterfall is beautiful and gentle.
Ta Nang in Thai means “Fairy Waterfall”. The waterfall is located in Phu Mau I village, Chieng Yen commune, Van Ho district, Son La province.
Mr. Ha Van Khuong, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Tat Nang Agriculture and Tourism Cooperative in Phu Mau village, said that to the people here, Ta Nang waterfall has been attached to their spiritual and cultural life, where the The couple dates and prays to be together forever.
At the foot of the waterfall, gentle water flows through the village, watering the trees and fields and is a place for children and adults to bathe and play every day.
Originating from Ta Xam and Ta Piu streams, Ta Nang waterfall falls from a height of more than 100m, divided into 2 branches, including 3 floors.
Tat Nang Waterfall is one of the four famous waterfalls traveler should experience when coming to discover when traveling on the plateau of Moc Chau and Van Ho (Son La).
In 2016, the place Tat Nang Waterfall was ranked as a provincial-level scenic relic.
To promote tourism potential, Van Ho district has assigned the People’s Committee of Chieng Yen commune to manage and exploit.
“Tang Nang” in Thai means “Nature Waterfall”, which means comparing the beauty of the waterfall to a beautiful girl. Tat Nang Waterfall is also associated with the sad love story of a couple who love each other but cannot come together. The girl fell under the waterfall to prove her faithful love. For the people here, Ta Nang waterfall has been associated with their spiritual and cultural life, a place where lovers date and pray to be together for life.
The road from the center of Van Ho district to Tat Nang waterfall is small and difficult to walk, but in return, visitors will be able to see firsthand the majestic and pristine beauty of the waterfall hidden between villages and lush forests.
Ta Nang Waterfall is a beautiful and majestic waterfall with a length of 150m, a height of more than 100m, a symbol of the wild beauty of the great thousands of Chieng Yen. The waterfall originates from two streams (Ta Sam and Na Piu streams) flowing from the western mountains in the territory of Phu Mau village into the valley with an altitude of over 100m, forming Ta Nang Waterfall. Ta Nang in the big water season, the waterfall flows into 3 streams, from a height of over 100m large blocks of water pour down through many limestone steps. In the middle of the waterfall, there is a wide strip of rock tissue, covered with trees that have split the flow into 3 streams, like three white silk strips.
Unlike many other waterfalls, Ta Nang waterfall rarely runs out of water, white foam all year round. At the foot of the waterfall, the water flows gently through the village, watering the trees and fields, and is the place where children and adults bathe and play every day. That is also the typical culture of ethnic minorities in Phu Mau village.
According to Tien Phong
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