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Huay Mae Khamin Waterfalls

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Huay Mae Khamin Waterfalls

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Private Erawan Waterfall, River Kwai, Death Railway Tour from Bangkok
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Private Erawan Waterfall, River Kwai, Death Railway Tour from Bangkok

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Explore the history and legends of Thailand’s Kanchanaburi province on a private day trip from Bangkok. Hike and swim among tropical waterfalls in Erawan National Park, float down the storied River Kwai on a bamboo raft, and take a ride on the ‘Death Railroad’ built by POWs during World War II. All the details are arranged, from entrance fees and a regional Thai lunch to private transport directly from you Bangkok hotel.
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Anand D Nanavati wrote a review Nov 2019
Vadodara, India318 contributions242 helpful votes
7 different layers of waterfall spread over 1-2 hrs of walking having a clear walking path. Yes not one over other layers but layers spread far away. Thai people come on holidays and enjoy waterfall at different levels. The area is huge. 4 layers of waterfall was one one side and other 3 layers were on a different side. Enough parking. Food stalls. Toilet facilities. Walking track is proper. If someone can make such a huge area into a tourist spot its Thailand. Visit once to see how huge and maintained this place is.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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John K wrote a review Oct 2019
Costa Mesa, California1172 contributions189 helpful votes
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Due to time constraints I had to decide between Erawan and Kamin. From what I had read, they are similar in beauty but Kamin is less crowded. Less crowded was motivation enough to drive the extra hour plus to get to Kamin. Was greeted by a 300b entry, which seemed a bit steep, until I saw how much effort went into improvements. Extensive wooden and stone pathways throughout the falls area. Not sure I was expecting this many people though, and it was a challenge to get any photos without people. The park rents tents and I believe bungalows of some kind, and there were scores of vehicles parked by the campground. This was a Monday, so perhaps weekends are more crowded yet? There were plenty of toilets (western seat but bucket wash) and an on-site restaurant. Access to the falls is divided into two sections. The downstream section is the prettiest, with the more dramatic drops. Many pools for swimming. I enjoyed watching the local kids jumping off the falls into the pools below. Wooden stairs and walkways are easy to navigate. The pathway and pools are mostly shaded. The upstream section is more of a nature walk along a stone pathway. Several stops have informative signs describing flora and fauna. The round trip hike to the top and back is 2.5 km. I opted to turn around early, as it was very hot and I was parched. Note that they do not allow food or drink on either section, and there are guards waiting to confiscate your bottles. Although this had the intended effect of eliminating litter (I saw none) and discouraging monkeys (I saw none), it's just not practical to expect people to hike 2.5 km at 90 degrees with no water. So I will summarize: This is a very pretty place, and I'm glad I went there. But was it worth the extra drive? Kamin was certainly not sparsely populated, but perhaps Erawan was more crowded yet? I'll let someone who has been to both Kamin and Erawan help with that decision. 
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Rukkun D wrote a review Mar 2019
Porto, Portugal149 contributions55 helpful votes
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Very beautiful waterfall. There are 4 levels but it's not hard to walk, good for my mom who has knee problems. The water and the area around were clean, because food and water are not allowed in the area. We went on weekday so there was peaceful.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Miltys wrote a review Feb 2019
Utrecht, The Netherlands95 contributions48 helpful votes
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While planning to go to Erawan waterfalls, we received this “inside” tip to go to this place. It appeared to be the best tip ever! 7 tiers in a big (2 km?) waterfall, with sort of natural platforms, allowing you to enter the water almost everywhere! And the best thing? No tourists, just a handful of friendly local Thai people! We never expected a beauty like this spot would remain undiscovered. For 40+: the blue lagoon movie in real life, most romantic place ever!
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Sean H wrote a review Jan 2019
7 contributions2 helpful votes
Amazing similar to Erawan but has emerald pools whereas Erawan has azure. Chose your colour or do both like we did !
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Date of experience: January 2019
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