Sai Yok National Park

Located within Sai Yok National Park, Sai Yok Noi Waterfall is also known to locals as Nam Tok Khao Pung. The name Khao Pung which means crumbled mountain is derived from the natural formation of the waterfall: eroded limestone cliffs became steps that descend down many levels to the foothills. Starting at the top of the mountain, the water flows down small waterways and finally falls down a 15 metre-high limestone crag. This waterfall is located about 2km from Nam Tok Train Station and about 60km from Kanchanaburi on highway 323 to Sangkhlaburi. In the same national park, a little further away from Kanchanaburi town, is another waterfall called Sai Yok Yai Waterfall. 

Apart from being a home to numerous wild animals such as squirrels, bats, deer, and birds, the park is also home to the world’s smallest mammal, the tiny two gram Kittis Hog-nosed Bat, which was first discovered in 1973. 

Other attractions include Lawa and Dao Wa Dung caves that feature beautiful stalactites and stalactites.