March 27, 2010
The Sai Yok Waterfalls form the focal point of Sai Yok National Park – a 500-square kilometre park offering evergreen, bamboo and teak forest against a mountainous backdrop teaming with wildlife such as bats (the Khun Kitti Bat – the smallest bat in the world), wild pigs, deers and birds.
Sai Yok Yai
The Sai Yok Yai Waterfall flowing from cliffs into the River Kwai Noï is located 85 kilometres from Kanchanaburi. It is famed for its beautiful environment and also due to the fact that King Rama V once bathed there. Quite impressive during the rainy season, this waterfall is extremely forceful and rapid.
Sai Yok Noï
The Sai Yok Noï waterfall ( also named Khao Pung) is the smaller and less visited of the two waterfalls : it is nevertheless quite impressive. It offers some of the most beautiful landscape and the Death Railway once passed close by.
Discover the Sai Yok Waterfalls with our Tour : Nature, History and Railway