Central Thailand / Kanchanaburi / Sai Yok National Park and Waterfall

A classic Thai song gained immortality by the way it eulogizes the idyllic beauty of Sai Yok Falls. Now a part of the National Park, the falls are 104km (65mi) from Kanchanaburi on the Asian Highway, which runs north from Kanchanaburi to Sangkhla Buri on the Thai-Burmese border. At Km marker 104 is the entrance to the Sai Yok National Park.

The Sai Yok Waterfalls are on the same side of the river, to the left. To provide a good view of the waterfalls, a new wire-rope suspension bridge has been strung across the river. Accommodation is available in form of raft houses.


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Last updated: June 22, 2010