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All reviews fish your feet day trip the bus dead skin flip flops car park beautiful place rainy season dry season early in the morning be careful entrance fee water bottles avoid the crowds beautiful falls park closes
We visited these falls as part of a daytrip from our floathouse resort . Was thoroughly worth it . A fantastic and breathtaking views of scenic waterfalls . There are 7 waterfalls and pools in total. My husband made it to the top however i...More
Had the best day here. Stunning, breathtaking, beautiful. Could spend all the time in the world here. 7 waterfalls. Takes a while getting to the top, but its worth it. There are fish in the water so prefer for them to be nibbling your feet....More
Good place to visit on a hot day. Track gets difficult near the last 2 or 3 falls so good shoes (& knees!) recommended. Muddy in places after heavy rain followed by 2 days of no rain, but not too slippery Reasonable fitness level makes...More
This place catches our attention when we are searching a 1 day get away from Bangkok. Thought it is touristy, we make sure that we will have some fun. Walking from the first waterfall up to the last was marvelous. We like the different waterfall...More
This was an all day trip so a long time travelling but once you were there it was worth it.
There are seven waterfalls and pools. To get to the top waterfall we were informed you need about one hour and then another hour to...More
I've visited here 2 times... this month and 5 years ago. Both visits were stellar in my opinion. They offer a perfect climbing activity that's appropriate for all ages and is doable for people 'out of shape'. I love the opportunities to swim at all...More
The waterfalls are undoubtedly beautiful, but there are arguably some diminishing returns to be had the higher you go up; certainly, 5 & 6 didn't offer much of a spectacle in comparison to the lower levels.
As others have pointed out, the nibbling fish are...More
For some time away from the hubbub of the big cities, a 3 hour drive out of Bangkok takes you to the Erawan National Park, about 69km past Kanchanaburi. Located next to the Sinakharin dam (a short drive away and worth a visit for the...More