Sai Yok National Park Travel Guide

Sai Yok National Park is a sizeable protected area north of Kanchanaburi in Sai Yok district and is one of the big attractions in the province. It is a mountainous region of Thailand with stunning topography and many natural attractions.

Sai Yok National Park is especially known for its mountainous limestone regions and waterfalls, of which there are two main ones - Sai Yok Waterfall and Sai Yok Noi waterfall. Sai Yok is near the park headquarters and drains into the River Kwai, while Sai Yok Noi can be found near to the main route 323. Lawa Cave, to the south of Sai Yok Waterfall, is another popular attraction here.

Expect to see deciduous, evergreen, bamboo and teak forests in Sai Yok National Park along with lots of wildlife. You can stay within the park on campsites or in park bungalow accommodation. There are also raft houses here as well as food stalls.

Getting There & Away

Sai Yok National Park is best accessed by car or motorbike from Kanchanaburi. Head north along route 323 and turn left for the park at KM97. Trains run to Sai Yok Noi Station from Kanchanaburi, from where you’ll need to take a bus to the park headquarters. Kanchanaburi is a few hours by road from Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok.