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Si Sawat 71250, Thailand
+66 34 516 530
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The 7 falls of Erwan are something you need to do without quitting half way because the "prize" waiting in end of the trail!

Thank nisso
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

7 levels of waterfalls. Difficult trail to get to the higher levels. Amazing places and surprising at every level. Nibbling fishes add to the excitement of swimming there. Hope mankind will respect this gem created by nature. Food/restaurant in the park is not recommandable.

Thank TomW2232
Reviewed 11 August 2018

I went with a friend and spent one night in one of the national park's houses. Make sure you have strong legs if you would like to visit the top level of the waterfalls. The way up there is not that difficult but steep. If...More

Thank saipan28
Reviewed 2 July 2018 via mobile

Erawan is located near Kanchanaburi , about 1.30 hours by bus, bus ticket costs 50baht for one way , first bus departure is 8.00 am then 8.55 then 9.50 for the early morning bus , last bus leaves from erawan at 5.00pm ! It was...More

2  Thank judpt
Reviewed 15 June 2018

If you want to climb to 7th floor of the Erawan Water Falls , I advice you should come early in the morning because of less people to walk up . And you can walk down to relax and swim in the fresh water ....More

Thank Cheriepom
Reviewed 16 April 2018

Erawan National Park is a beautiful place where visitors can either sit and relax at one of the first levels (where most of the people stops for food and swimming) or keep going for a long, and sometimes challenging, hike to the last level. On...More

2  Thank Resiak85
Reviewed 12 April 2018

Get there before noon! Driver sat and waited for us! Paid for the golf cart girl to drive us to the first level. NOT NICE or friendly. Would not even smile at us. Walk straight to the last fall and enjoy yourself before the crowd...More

Thank ginahorning
Reviewed 19 March 2018 via mobile

My wife, my little son and I spent a day in Erawan National Park. The ride with the public bus to the National Park was funny, cheap and well-organized. The National Park itself is clean, the trail along the waterfall is challenging, but by means...More

3  Thank Chris318i
Reviewed 10 March 2018 via mobile

I’m sure that this place, without the hordes of people, would be paradise. However, it was so overrun with people it was hard to really take in the beauty. Many people clearly disobeying the signage, litter, and generally crappy behaviour of tourist made it a...More

1  Thank markgage
Reviewed 30 January 2018 via mobile

Main attraction at the park are 7 levels of Waterfalls. They are Just beautiful. Swimming Gear and waterproof camera is must. Pictures are Just Incredible as all scenery of the park. It requires some energy as it takes more than 2h to climb up, but...More

Thank Greg M
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diana y
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Response from Andreas L | Reviewed this property |
can you clarify what do you mean by Nam Tok? Nam Tok is the Thai word for waterfall. do you mean from kanchanaburi to erawan?
Karen C
26 February 2015|
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Response from jaywibo | Reviewed this property |
You can take your dog to the camping grounds at Erawan. However there is often a lot of sio dogs at the site, so i wouldn't leave the dog outside the tent at night unless your dogs Granite. you cant take your dog any where... More