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Erawan Waterfall
Location : Amphoe Si Sawat
Erawan Waterfall
Erawan Waterfall
The national park is 65 kilometers from Kanchanaburi along Route 3199. The park, covering 550-square-kilometers, is the site of the seven-tiered Erawan waterfall, one of Thailand's loveliest waterfalls. The second tier has a pool, which is ideal for swimming and is particularly picturesque. However, the most popular activity in the park is trekking. Bungalow accommodations and camping facilities and a daytime food market are available. Shelters and camping are available for tourists in the park.

Administered by Erawan National Park, Amphoe Si Sawat
Opening Hours 07.30 am. - 04.00 pm.
Admission Adult 40 Bath, Child 20 Bath (Price are subject to change)
Contact Erawan National Park tel. 0 3457 4222, 0 3457 4234
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Huay Mae Kamin Waterfall
Location : Amphoe Si Sawat
Located at the park office at Srinakarin Dam lake. Kanchanaburi, about 108 kilometers away from the Huai Mae Kamin conditions are very beautiful. Around the trees with all kinds of wild plants. Waterfall flowing from the mountains upstream, the shell dry rainforest east of the park. And flows into the Srinakarin Dam Reservoir. This is one of the most beautiful waterfalls. Waterfall is divided into seven levels, with a trigger different to each class such as Class 1, Dong Wan 2nd Floor, Man turmeric Level 3 Palace cliff Level 4 Chatkaew Level 5 Flow and Long Level 6 Dong butterfly 7th floor protector Each storey height and beauty vary. The park has a walking path up to the Waterfall for each class and also the study of nature trails. The ideal time to travel is during October to April.

How to get there
By Car : From Bangkok along Highway 4 (Thanon Phet Kasem), Nakhon Pathom, drive through for about 9 km is found floating bridge across to the Kanchanaburi drive along Highway 323 to drive about 7 km you will find the intersection, turn. Right, turn left to Pong. Straight to the cave bat) to get to Muang Kanchanaburi Then head to the intersection of Kaeng Sian. Drive to the message. Srisawat. Highway 3199 to focus on the Khuean Srinagarindra National Park on the way there are signs the first to reach the Khuean Srinagarindra National Park. Tha Thung Na Dam to pass. (Do not enter Tha Thung Na Dam).
By Public Transport : From Kanchanaburi town by minibus from the measured slope grass field in Muang district. Home home water through coconut Put simply look to Sian Huay Mae Kamin. Bus leaves at about 12.00 pm It takes about 4 hours.

Administered by Khuean Srinagarindra National Park, Amphoe Si Sawat
Opening Hours 07.30 am. - 04.00 pm.
Admission Adult 40 Bath, Child 20 Bath (Price are subject to change)
Jok Ka Din Waterfall
Location : Amphoe Thong Pha Phum
Huay Mae Kamin Waterfall
Huay Mae Kamin Waterfall
Jok Ka Din Waterfall is a single-level waterfall with a height of 30 meters. Water runs all year round, plunging off a 30-metre cliff to the ground, producing massive scattering mist of water splashes from the pool. The water is crystal clear and refreshing. Not easily accessible so enthusiasts must go on foot only. The waterfall is inaccessible by car during summer and rainy seasons. It is located 2 kilometers from the village.

How to get there
By Car, if you want to get to Thong Pha Phum and Khao Laem National Park you have to use the highway 323 (Kanchanaburi - Thong Pha Phum), before arrive Amphur Thong Pha Phum, there is an intersection to Amphur Sangkhla Buri. Take a left turns and follow the road for 40 km. to the Park Headquarters. To get to Thong Pha Phum National Park use the highway 3272 (Thong Pha Phum - Muang Bilog) for 30 km. You will arive Thong Pha Phum National Park.

Administered by Thong Pha Phum National Park, Amphoe Thong Pha Phum
Kroeng Krawia Waterfall
Location : Amphoe Sangkhla Buri
This waterfall is located 32 kilometers north of Thong Pha Phum. The waterfall is easily accessible and is often visited by passers-by, and is best enjoyed during the rainy season. The falls are supervised by Khao Laem National Park personnel at all times.

Administered by Khao Laem National Park, Amphoe Thong Pha Phum
Pha Sawan Waterfall
Location : Amphoe Thong Pha Phum
Jok ka Din Waterfall
Jok Ka Din Waterfall
Pha Sawan Waterfall is a large natural waterfall with 7 levels. The highest level stands 80 meters in height. Visitors has to hike through a deep jungle for 40 minutes to get to the top level. Best time for a trip is between July – January.

How to get there
Route 1 take National Highway 323. Turn right at the 110 km mark (about 15 kilometres from Sahakorn Nikom). Turn right at a junction and drive along an unpaved road for 13 kilometres. Park the car at the car park and hike for 40 minutes.
Route 2 drive from Mahn Khamin Waterfall past Noen Sawan at Sapan Lao Village for about 42 kilometres. At the Forest Plantation Project Centre, turn left and drive on for 13 kilometres. Park the car at the car park and hike.

Administered by Khuean Srinagarindra National Park, Amphoe Si Sawat
Pha Tad Waterfall
Location : Amphoe Thong Pha Phum
Pha Tad Waterfall is a large single level waterfall. The water incrementally flows in descending order from a wide and high cliff with the height of 25 metres, flowing along a limestone watercourse.

How to get there
Take National Highway 323 Kanchanaburi – Thong Phaphum 140 kilometers from Kanchanaburi Town Centre. Turn right at the 105 km mark and drive on for 9 kilometers.

Administered by Khuean Srinagarindra National Park, Amphoe Si Sawat
Sai Yok Noi Waterfall
Location : Amphoe Sai Yok
Sai Yok Noi  Waterfall
Sai Yok Noi Waterfall
The natural waterfalls are beautiful trees. Especially during the rainy season around July and October will have more water in the past when in 2431 BC His reign of King Chulalongkorn (King Rama 5) came aboard at Sai Yok waterfall. In addition, the Sai Yok Noi Waterfall is also a steam locomotive bringing World War II to the second set to commemorate the death of building rail lines that pass in front of a waterfall into Burma. Although they sound like close neighbors, there is in fact 40 kilometers distance between the two sites. Sai Yok Noi is located on the Kanchanaburi - Thong Pha Phum Road and it is 2 kilometers from Nam Tok Train Station.

Administered by Sai Yok National Park, Amphoe Sai Yok
Sai Yok Yai Waterfall
Location : Amphoe Sai Yok
Sai Yok Yai Waterfall flows from cliffs into Kwai Noi River and is about 100 kilometers from Kanchanaburi. It is famed for its beautiful environs and the fact that King Rama V once bathed here. Especially impressive in the rainy season, the waterfall is extremely forceful and rapid. This is the type of journey that might be better faced as a tour. It is possible to get to the falls by bus; you can get off at the English sign at the entrance to the park, but it is then a reasonable distance to the falls which you can cover by motorcycle taxi or walk.

Administered by Sai Yok National Park, Amphoe Sai Yok
Takian Thong Waterfall
Location : Amphoe Sangkhla Buri
Takhian Thong Waterfall is in Thung Yai Naresuan Wild Animals Sanctuary on Tanao Sri Mountain Range. The stream defines Thai and Burmese border. It is originated in Burma and descends to Hauy Songkalia. The forest is abundant and unspoiled, therefore, the fall has water all year round. Bamboo forests, rattan, ferns, gigantic trees and the cascading fall over limestone rocks made the trail to the waterfall a trip to remember.

How to get there
Take Sangkla Buri – Three Pagoda Pass road and drive on 9 kilometers. Then take the right turn on the gravel road and drive on for another 9 kilometers. There is 20 minutes trail from the car park.
Thung Nang Kruan Waterfall
Location : Amphoe Thong Pha Phum
Thung Nang Khruan Waterfall (Namtok Thung Nang Khruan) Located approximately 190 km. from Kanchanaburi at Ban Thung Nang Khruan, Tambon Chalae, within the area of Khuean Srinagarindra Dam. It is a large 7-tiered limestone waterfall amid verdant and shady intact natural surroundings. There is water all year round which cascades down high cliffs, some of which are more than 35 meters high.

How to get there
Take Highway 323 (Thong Pha Phum – Sangkhla Buri), turn right at Km. 26 (noticing the white Buddha image at the intersection) and continue for 15 km. along the alternate asphalt and laterite road to Ban Thung Nang Khruan, turn for 3 km. into the entrance to the waterfall. A walk for another 1 km. or 30 minutes will lead to the 1st tier of the waterfall. A four-wheel drive vehicle or pick up truck and local guide will be needed.

Administered by Lam Khlong Ngu National Park, Amphoe Thong Pha Phum
Waterfalls in Kanchanaburi
Bi Teng Waterfall
Bi Teng Waterfall
Bi Teng Waterfall
Location : Amphoe Thong Pha Phum
Bi Teng Waterfall, which has water fall all the year round, has many ponds suitable for recreation and playing water. The weather is nicely cold. This area consists of productive forest so that there are many big trees and wilds animals inhabit all over the area. The way to get to the waterfall is not easy; traveler can go by car in summer but have to walk for a little while; and during rainy season traveler can only go by foot with 12 kilometers away from the nearest village.

Administered by Thong Pha Phum National Park, Amphoe Thong Pha Phum
Dai Chong Thong Waterfall
Location : Amphoe Sangkhla Buri
After that, travel on foot for about 600 meters before reaching the medium-sized waterfall flowing to the Mae Klong Dam with fertile green forest which looks very attractive, especially in the rainy season. This waterfall is located in Khao Laem National Park on Highway 323 (Thong Pha Phum-Sangkhla Buri) between Km. 32-33. Before arriving at Namtok Kroeng Krawia, you will see a sign leading to Namtok Dai Chong Thong on your left. Go ahead about 500 metres then turn right and go straight on for about 500 meters.

Administered by Khao Laem National Park, Amphoe Thong Pha Phum
Dip Yai Waterfall
Location : Amphoe Thong Pha Phum
Dip Yai Waterfall is situated next below Khao Yai Waterfall. Its stream, which has water all the year round, goes to meet the stream of Khao Yai Waterfall. The forest in this area is productive forest, which is the habitat of many kinds of animals. Traveler can use the same route of Khao Yai Waterfall to get there.

Administered by Thong Pha Phum National Park, Amphoe Thong Pha Phum
Huay Muang Waterfall
Location : Amphoe Thong Pha Phum
Huay Muang Waterfall has water falls all the year round. Some of the forest in this area has been destroyed because it locates in the area of mine. There is also a cave found, and has a laterite road, the road used together with and built by the mine company, 25 kilometers from E-pu Village.

Administered by Thong Pha Phum National Park, Amphoe Thong Pha Phum
Khao Yai Waterfall
Location : Amphoe Thong Pha Phum
A big waterfall, with 3 levels. The surrounding forest is peaceful, suit for recreation. You have to walk through the nature trail for 4km. to the waterfall.

Administered by Thong Pha Phum National Park, Amphoe Thong Pha Phum Klitee Waterfall
Klitee Waterfall
Khli Ti Waterfall
Location : Amphoe Thong Pha Phum
Khli Ti Waterfall is an 800 m. long limestone waterfall. It's highest level is 20m. high and some levels have pools up to 15m wide. "Khli Ti" in Karen language means "Suea Thon" (lone tiger). The waterfall is located in Thung Yai Naresuan Wildlife Sanctuary, and its water source flows from the top of Khao Di Ka near the sanctuary. To travel to the waterfall, go on foot about 2 days from the Khli Ti Karen Village. Crews and local guide are needed.

Administered by Lam Khlong Ngu National Park, Amphoe Thong Pha Phum
Kra Teng Cheng Waterfall
Location : Amphoe Thong Pha Phum
Kra Teng Cheng Waterfall is a medium-sized waterfall with 23 levels. Each level is uniquely spectacular. The distance from the first level to the highest one is about 2 kilometers, therefore, it is suitable for a field trip to study various kinds of forests; banana forests, bamboo forests, evergreen forests and mixed deciduous forests. There is a large beautiful tree with a circumference of 13-adult holding hands. The sixteenth level is particularly stunning.

Visitors must hike to admire the breath taking view of the waterfall. There is a view point at the top level, visitors can admire the striking view of the reservoir of Khao Laem Dam. The hiking route takes about 2-3 hours or about 2 kilometers. Hikers may choose to come down on a different route, a jungle trek through the fertile virgin forest. While trekking, visitor will see massive ferns, rakam (zalacca) forests, lychee and Burmese grape forests. Furthermore, the ever echoing sound of water falling over the rocks is pleasant to all ears. Avoid visiting during rainy season. A National Park Guide is strongly advised.

Administered by Khao Laem National Park, Amphoe Thong Pha Phum Kra Teng Cheng Waterfall
Kra Teng Cheng Waterfall
Nang Kruan Waterfall
Location : Amphoe Thong Pha Phum
Originates from the Thong Pha Phum stream on Khao Pad Roi Mountain and the Cha Ey stream. These 2 streams join together to create the Yai Stream and this attractive waterfall.

Administered by Lam Khlong Ngu National Park, Amphoe Thong Pha Phum
Pha Lun Waterfall
Location : Amphoe Si Sawat
Pha Lan Waterfall is a one-level waterfall which has water only in rainy season.

Administered by Erawan National Park, Amphoe Si Sawat
Pha Pae Waterfall
Location : Amphoe Thong Pha Phum
Pha Pae Waterfall is on the same route as Chet Mit Waterfall. The water plunges off a high cliff producing massive misty splashes from the pool. It is located 12 kilometers from Thong Phaphum National Park. By car, accessible by four-wheel driven vehicle only.

Administered by Thong Pha Phum National Park, Amphoe Thong Pha Phum
Pong Kradangnga Waterfall
Location : Amphoe Thong Pha Phum
Pong Kradangnga Waterfall is surrounded by evergreen forest. It is a must visit for adventurers. Only accessible to high performance four-wheel driven vehicle so it is a great challenge.

Administered by Thong Pha Phum National Park, Amphoe Thong Pha Phum
Tharn Ngoen – Tharn Thong Waterfalls
Tri Trueng Waterfall
Tri Trueng Waterfall
Location : Amphoe Nong Prue
Tharn Ngoen – Tharn Thong Waterfalls are two closely situated waterfalls with massive amount of water in the rainy season. They are about 1.5 kilometers from the Office of Rattanakosin National Park. Tharn Ngoen Waterfall has 7 very picturesque levels. Each level has its own name; e.g. Kled Ngoen, Prakai Ngoen, Ang Ngoen etc. Tharn Thong is a huge waterfall with 15 levels. It takes only 25 minutes from the Office of Rattanakosin National Park to get to the first level.

Administered by Chaloem Rattanakosin National Park, Amphoe Si Sawat
Tri Trueng Waterfall
Location : Amphoe Nong Prue
The route cuts through Tharn Lod Yai Cave and dry evergreen forests, mixed forest and bamboo forests to Tri Trueng Waterfall. The waterfall has three levels. The hike to the upper 2 levels must start at the first level. Tri Trueng Waterfall is 1.5km. from the Office of Rattanakosin National Park.

Administered by Chaloem Rattanakosin National Park, Amphoe Si Sawat