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Erawan National Park, Si Sawat

Categories: National Parks, Nature & Parks
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4.5/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web
Admire Thailand's natural beauty at Erawan National Park, where the jungle and waterfalls draw visitors from all over the world. Wade in the emerald green ponds of the waterfalls here, and try to make out the shape of an elephant's head in the rocks at the top of the falls. Be on the lookout for wild animals like monkeys, monitor lizards, elephants, and boar. Bird watchers look up to spot species like the crested serpent eagle and the black-nap monarch. Restaurants, bungalows, and a campground are all available on site. Our Si Sawat itinerary planner makes visiting Erawan National Park and other Si Sawat attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Neat place, but not for the faint of foot... you have a lot of climbing to do over rough rocks and tree roots up to the 7th waterfall... the fall were cool but I just got back from Iguazu Falls in Arg...  read more »
  • Is one of the popular attractions. If it is, or neighborhood, or to hold for 1-night stay are good as well.
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  • this is one of the beautiful I ever visited in Thailand. Yeah, it needs effort to hike until the 7th tier, but it's worth. We decided to camp, so we could visit the waterfall in early morning before i...  read more »
  • However relatively expensive for Thai-norms (300 baht per person), Erawan is a must-see in Thailand. The beautiful waterfalls are something I still dream about two weeks later. If you like nature, you will love Erawan. From Kanchanaburi you can easily take a bus (departs from near the train station in the early morning) or a taxi.
  • Try to go during off-peak seasons to avoid the huge crowd. Waterfall water is very cool and relaxing, take the opportunity to soak in the water and let the fishes suck on your legs; it is totally harmless. Food in the waterfall area is not good, so be prepared if you have an empty stomach. Instead, go for the shops at the car park area. Trekking shoes are not necessary as many Thais just wear thongs and slippers up.
  • The Erawan waterfalls are one of the highlights of Kanchanaburi province. This 7 level waterfall is beautiful and exciting. It is also possible to swim at the second and third level. I advise to visit the waterfalls during weekdays because in the weekend it can be crowdy. The park asks a low entrance fee and is open from 7.00 - 16.30 every day.
  • Beautiful natural Park. Not incredible, just good. Easy trekking to 7 different waterfalls in different levels. You can get there by bus from kanchanaburi bus station for 50thb. The bus is usually packed and if you're late you'll have to enjoy the 1.5 hours trip standing on the middle of the bus. Last train departs erawan at 4.30pm. You can swim in almost all pots and hundreds of fish will be taking care of your skin.
  • place is quite bueatiful. but for foreigner its 300bt, / 30bt for thai people / almost 10 time. every national park in Thai same. it's unfair. also staff who is working there, such a dumb. they didn't give us right information for closing time. make me so upset. dumb dumb
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