Erawan National Park

Highly recommended
With its waterfalls and natural pools, the Erawan National Park, located not far from the Burmese border, is a paradise of water. It owes its name to the most famous of its seven waterfalls that seems to adopt the shape of an elephant (erawan). A superb hike, challenging in places, leads to the falls, taking you along the banks of the river, across suspension bridges and up the occasional mountain. The park's splendid setting is a luxuriant forest, which provides welcome shade and respite from the tropical heat.

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Mu 4, Tha Kradan Sub-district, Amphur Si Sawat, 71250 Chong Sadao


300 bahts

Opening hours

8.30am-4.30pm (trail to waterfalls closed from 4pm)