About 29 kilometers (18 miles) south of the Laos city of Luang Prabang sits a majestic, three-tiered wall of water called the Kuang Si falls. After cascading down the tiered 200-foot rock face, the water collects in a series of pools that are a popular draw for locals and tourists alike.

The turquoise cascading pools, a common feature of travertine waterfalls, are open for swimming and are a popular subject for Instagramming visitors.

See more photos by browsing the #KuangSi hashtag and by tapping the blue location link above. Photo by @anewyorkertravels.
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