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We stopped to look at the waterfall and did not see the rest of the park. The waterfall was in full flow due to the amount of rain and you can climb up to view. Care as rocks are very slippy. People were swimming in...More
We drove to the Erawan waterfalls directly from the bridge on the river Kwai, after visiting the death railway museum, so we really needed a break.. and we definitely got what we wished for. Once you enter the trail, you slowly hike up to the...More
Very fun activity to check out, I suggest having at last half a day but a full day would be best to enjoy the whole park. Specially arriving early, you can get a waterfall almost to yourself. The fishes love nibbling on your legs, constantly...More
We called in here after a morning walking Hellfire Pass and after all of the emotion and effort expended at Hellfire it was nice to just sit for a few minutes and at the waterfalls cascade down the cliffs. It was over 34 degrees at...More
A relaxing 1 hour river trip upstream and about 50 back down stream. Worth a look but nothing you really need to see. We were staying at River Kwai Resotel and so Bobo was our guide and so made it interesting. There's no place that...More
Not the largest but still nice waterfalls. Lots of people and not just tourists, lots of locals having picnics. Not as large and dramatic as the Erawan Falls but still worth visiting. While here do take time to see the W.W.2. Japanese steam engine and...More
Response from villem199 | Reviewed this property |
the one we had, had just a tablefan, it wasn't toobad tought. There are mosquitos, but only at night. wear longsleeves and buy the organic repellent. you cant see the mosquitos, but you will feel the bites next day.