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Erawan waterfall partially closed after tourists injured

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Erawan waterfall in Kanchanaburi

Erawan waterfall in Kanchanaburi. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.


Part of the popular Erawan waterfall in Si Sawat district of Kanchanaburi has been temporarily closed after heavy downpours damaged a path to higher tiers, but the access to all levels is expected to be restored on Tuesday.

Porayut Waiwong, chief of the Erawan National Park, said on Monday that days of heavy rain had pounded the waterfall and damaged the path between tier 6 and tier 7. The steep, rocky path had become muddy and slippery, making it unsafe for visitors.

Full story: Bangkok Post

Piyarach Chongcharoen and Bangkok Post Online Reporters


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