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The Erawan National Park is 65 km from Kanchanaburi is 1 hour scooter. The site includes the Erawan waterfall, an unmissable place if you're in the area. You can also get there by bus from the bus station in Kanchanaburi. One bus per hour from 8am to about 16h. Beware the park closes at 17h.
These famous falls are 7 in number, along a path that follows the course of a river. The first drops are very easy to access. A swim break is often possible. One can even get behind some waterfalls.
The road then becomes increasingly steep or non-existent for the last two steps. This is after 2 hours of climbing in the middle of a populated lush jungle monkey is reached with difficulty last fall.
The 7th waterfall resembles an elephant named Erawan 3 heads. QED. It comes up usually dripping but happy. The setting is magical. The effort is rewarded.