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This was an all day trip so a long time travelling but once you were there it was worth it.
There are seven waterfalls and pools. To get to the top waterfall we were informed you need about one hour and then another hour to...More
I've visited here 2 times... this month and 5 years ago. Both visits were stellar in my opinion. They offer a perfect climbing activity that's appropriate for all ages and is doable for people 'out of shape'. I love the opportunities to swim at all...More
The waterfalls are undoubtedly beautiful, but there are arguably some diminishing returns to be had the higher you go up; certainly, 5 & 6 didn't offer much of a spectacle in comparison to the lower levels.
As others have pointed out, the nibbling fish are...More
For some time away from the hubbub of the big cities, a 3 hour drive out of Bangkok takes you to the Erawan National Park, about 69km past Kanchanaburi. Located next to the Sinakharin dam (a short drive away and worth a visit for the...More
This was organised via a company called Yellow Star 88. Unfortunately I couldn't find them on trip advisor. It is a three hour drive from Bangkok. We arrived at the waterfalls at 11.40 and we were given two hours to explore. Two hours is probably...More
If you have the opportunity to visit the waterfall, I would definitely recommend. There are 7 drops in total, we went to drop 3 and stopped there. On a hot day the water is so refreshing. The Thai take pride in looking after their National...More
The beautiful falls have seven levels spread over one and a half kilometers with the trail getting progressively harder as you go up. You can get to the first few levels through flights of concrete steps, the next levels require hiking up a dirt trail...More
We rent the for 5 days from Bangkok to Kanchanaburi about 70 km and thanks to our friend who live there we really had great 4 days there. Erawan National Park is open for 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. everyday. Although the official close time...More
These waterfalls were amazing! We enjoyed the gentle hike up to the top tier (in trainers) and going into several of the pools. We got there early - first bus from Kanchanaburi - and would def recommend doing so before it gets too busy.