Last September, I traveled to Erawan National Park in Thailand, northwest of Bangkok, near the Myanmar (Burma) border. It’s known for Erawan Falls, which cascades down 7 tiers. The park’s many caves include Phartat Cave, which has stalactites and stalagmites, and Ta Duang Cave, featuring rock paintings. Limestone Wang Bah Dan Cave has 2 levels, with a stream in its lower chamber.
One of the highlights of Kanchanaburi is Erawan Falls, one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Thailand. Well worth a full day of exploring.
Erawan National Park stays open for visitors from 8 AM to 4:30 PM every day throughout the year.
I stayed 1 night at Pingplalee Resort. Cozy small resort, with a very peaceful and quiet environment. I had a great time in a Mediterranean-style resort overlooking the river Kwae Noi.
Pingplalee Resort is 9 km from Tham Krasae train station and 29 km from Erawan National Park.
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Such a beautiful place! This brings back memories of my own visit here back in 2015. The resort you stayed at looks like my kinda place, perfectly peaceful and lush green. Nice breakfast too, now I’m hungry.
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