Erawan National Park

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Two Hundred Kilometres northwest of Bangkok, the Erawan Nature Park covers some 550 square kilometres near the  Burmese border.  It was designated a park in  1975.  A tributary of the Kwai Yai River cascades over a series of waterfalls

  Erawan Waterfalls

The seven-tiered waterfall named after Erawan the three-headed white elephant of Hindu mythology which they are said to resemble


 A local guide recommends this romantic spot to "sweet hearted couples".   Take a bathing suit and a light pair of canvas shoes


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