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            SaiYok Noi waterfall, also known as Nam TokKhaoPung by locals, has long been popular. The name KhaoPung, which means crumbled mountain, comes from the natural occurrence of the waterfall: eroded limestone cliffs became steeps that descended in many levels to the foothills. Water flows down small waterways from the mountain’s crest and eventually reaches the 15-meter-high limestone crag. The sight of water gliding freely on the slopes of a hill under the peaceful shade of various types of trees, with some reeds growing along the waterside and a cool breeze is breathtaking. Overall, the Sai YokNoi waterfall leaves a wonderful impression, especially on nature lovers, and it attracts a large number of tourists each year.

Saiyok Noi Waterfall

            The waterfall is formed by crumbling limestone cliffs, which gave rise to the name “Khao Phang Waterfall.” The upstream falls from the mountain and flows along the 15-meter-high limestone rocks. “Saiyok Noi Waterfall,” also known as “Khao Phang Waterfall,” is a well-known waterfall with falling limestone cliffs, which inspired the name “Khao Phang Waterfall.” The river falls from the mountain and flows along the 15-meter-high limestone cliffs, spreading over the undulating ground in the vicinity. There are big places for swimming in various parts of the waterfall. Saiyok Noi Waterfall falls within the jurisdiction of Saiyok National Park. There are stores and restaurants in front of the waterfall. We climbed to the top to admire the magnificence of the Saiyok Noi Waterfall. During the short stroll, we spotted a World War II steam engine that Saiyok National Park had arranged to memorialize the World War II where the Death Railway was built to Burma. The path was carved through the front of the waterfall. We paused to snap pictures with the steam engine, and the sound of the waterfall drew us closer to find out where it came from.

Saiyok Noi Waterfall

              National Park of Sai Yok It covers roughly 312,500 rai, or 500 square kilometers. On October 27, 1980, the Wang Yai Forest area Maenam Noi Forest, Huai Khaeng Forest, Khwae Noi River Area both sides to the border of Burma in the area of Lin Tin Subdistrict Thong Pha Phum District, Sai Yok Subdistrict, Wang Krachae Bong Thi and Lum Sum Subdistrict, Sai Yok District, Kanchanaburi Province was designated as the country’s 19th national park. Sai Yok National Park is a national park as well. One of Thailand’s most important historical sites. King Rama V has visited Sai Yok Waterfall since King Chulalongkorn’s reign. until it became a place of relaxation for the people of today, containing vestiges of World War II history in the Sangkhlaburi District Waterfall at Sai Yok Between 1941 and 1945, Japan used this method to recruit prisoners of war.

Saiyok Noi Waterfall

              The Sai Yok National Park’s terrain is largely made up of a complex mountain range. spanning the northern to southern hemispheres the elevation ranges from 300 to 600 metres above sea level. Khao Khwae, the tallest peak in the west, is 1,327 metres high, followed by Mount Rao Raem, which is 1,125 metres above sea level. and is also the source of numerous major streams, including the Khwae Noi River’s main streams as well as a tiny river creek Huai Mae Nam Lo, Huai Tao Dam, Huai Sai Yok, Huai Bong Ti, Huai Bong Teng, and Huai Phlu.

               Sai Yok National Park includes a wide range of forest conditions, with elevations ranging from 100 to 1,327 metres above sea level. The majority of the park’s land is covered by mixed deciduous woods, which can be found on mountain ranges ranging in elevation from 150 to 600 metres. The park’s south side is covered with deciduous forest. At an altitude of 80-400 metres, there is a dry evergreen forest. found in damp areas north of the park, particularly in the Thong Pha Phum district, and in the west, next to the Burmese border, at an altitude of 450-600 metres.

Saiyok Noi Waterfall

               There are additional enjoyable activities at Sai Yok National Park. There are other others to pick from. Both of them are rafting to see the sights on both sides of the Kwai Noi River. I’m looking forward to seeing “Khun Kitti” bats. The world’s tiniest mammal the body measures 2.5-3.0 centimeters in length and weighs 1.5-2.0 grammes. Lives in the park’s forest. Sai Yok is the only place with many activities, such as trekking activities at the National Park Protection Unit, which is approximately 9 kilometers away, and also a river rafting route at Huai Mae Nam Noi stream, which is approximately 20 kilometers away from the National Park Protection Unit, which can provide you with hours of enjoyment.

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The Sai Yok Noi Waterfall can divide into two places.

Saiyok Noi Waterfall
The Sai Yok Noi Waterfall

       The Sai Yok Noi Waterfall, also known as the Khao Phang Waterfall, is located in the Sai Yok National Park. It is another well-known waterfall in Kan, at roughly 15 metres tall. It is not a particularly huge waterfall. Suitable for swimming and resting. in the vicinity of the waterfall and the road facing the waterfall will be lined with businesses and delectable restaurants. There were numerous souvenir shops from which to pick. And don’t forget about the Som Tam restaurant.

Saiyok Noi Waterfall
The Sai Yok Yai Waterfall

       Waterfall at Sai Yok Yai It is a waterfall that feeds the Kwai Noi River. The northern section, which is divided into two intersections, is known as Sai Yok Yai Waterfall. It is a single-tiered waterfall that stands about 8 metres tall. The waterfall’s grandeur can be seen from the Saiyok Suspension Bridge perspective. Alternatively, take a boat cruise to visit a neighboring waterfall.

Sai Yok District is around 37 kilometers from Kanchanaburi's city Centre

            How to Get There: Sai Yok National Park is one of the most appealing parks for visitors. You have the option of taking the train, boarding a boat, or driving oneself. Drive along Highway No. 323 from downtown Kanchanaburi until the 97th kilometer, then turn left into the Sai Yok National Park Office for another 3 kilometers from Kanchanaburi Port. A long-tailed boat is travelling down the Kwai Noi River. till reaching the Sai Yok Waterfall, and from Thonburi Railway Station (Bangkok Noi) until arriving at the Sai Yok Noi Waterfall Station. Then take a minibus on the Kanchanaburi – Thong Pha Phum route for another 34 kilometers to the Sai Yok National Park Office.

            Travel season: All year, although the conclusion of the rainy season to the beginning of winter will be the most beautiful and appealing.

         Facility: The Sai Yok National Park has both detached and independent dwellings. on the incline House on the Kwai Noi River with a close-up view of nature There is a camping area for campers here. and a variety of tents with bedding for rent, as well as an outdoor stage nature trail the vista at Sai Yok Waterfall, where the river flows into the river, is also stunning. In terms of food, there is a welfare restaurant operating from the morning till the evening.

Address: Sai Yok Sai Yok Kanchanaburi 71150

Telephone No. 034-686024

E-mail: saiyok_np23@hotmail.com

Website: www.dnp.go.th

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SaiYokNationalPark/

Open: 8am – 6pm.

Admission: 300 baht for adults, 200 baht for children

Google location of Sai Yok Noi: https://goo.gl/maps/LiqhWYEhTUfRyVD89

Google location of Sai Yok Yai:  https://goo.gl/maps/WcXjtosJi2N2Aqfw6

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