Only about 128km the heart of Bangkok, the Erawan waterfall is a beautiful destination, will make you feel surprised.
Erawan Waterfall (Thai: น้ำตก เอราวัณ), also known as seven-storey waterfall is a waterfall located at Kanchanaburi province which is about 128 kilometers from Bangkok.
With vast terrain valley surrounded by mountains and pristine rainforests, Kanchanaburi has a cool climate all year round, is well suited for resort activities and camping.
Rated as one of the most beautiful waterfall in central Thailand, Erawan Waterfall originates from springs Monglai, water pouring down from the hills at an altitude of 2,000 m and flows into the river Khwae Yai. Falls are named after the three-headed white elephant of Hindu myth live in Himavarna forests.
This waterfall is located in the green forest of the Erawan National Park. To reach the waterfall, visitors must go through a tortuous path but also be able to enjoy very attractive scenery. Especially here there is a large limestone cave called Wang Badan is located in the west of the park, inside there are colorful stalagmites and stalactites.
Kanchanaburi province is about 128km from Bangkok. From the city center, the best transportation to get to Kanchanaburi is a bus, taxi or hire car … it will take about 2 hours.
From Kanchanaburi will have buses to Erawan National Park is 70 km to the Northwest and depart every hour. Then you will take an additional 3 hours along the trail to the top floor of the falls and back down.
At a level of the water fall there is a natural pool, where the water is clean, clear and quiet that the school of fish are living in. Not only swimming the visitors can stop to play and feed the cute fish, that will be exciting experience.
Erawan National Park is the destination attracts numerous tourists in the world, and suitable for those who prefer to explore nature.