Erawan National Park Kanchanaburi

Nicole B. wrote:
Erawan National Park, Kanchanaburi.
300thb for foreigners (adult) and 100thb for Thai citizen (adult)
Staff would not budge when work permit and driving license were presented.
Also to note… We followed the QueQ app as required, however, when we arrived we weren’t asked about this at all. We paid, were told no swimming and that was it. We spent a lovely 2.5 hrs in the park. Hiking up to the 7th waterfall, getting our feet wet and enjoying the peace and quiet (it was getting much busier on our way down. We arrived at the park at 10.00am)
Keith D. wrote:
Erawan National Park yesterday.
Locals: 100
Foreigners: 300
I knew going in what the prices were but needed to get out of the house.
I posted the 2price warning on their FB page and would suggest everyone do the same to any place that has such a policy.
Al Antônio Rodrigo N. wrote:

Know before you go.
Erawan National Park operates a Dual Pricing policy.
Foreigners 300/ 200
Thai 100/ 50
Not sure why you have to pay for your vehicle to enter the park when it us compulsory to park it in the car park 100m after the ticket booth.


Dual Pricing applies to all foreigners

Locals (Thais):

100THB (Adult)
50THB (Child)

Expats (with Work Permit):

300THB (Adult)
200THB (Child)


300THB (Adult)
200THB (Child)


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