Saraburi Caves, Saraburi Waterfalls, Caves and Waterfalls in Saraburi

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Caves
Si Wilai Cave
Location : Chaloem Phra Kiat District
Tham Si Wilai is home to a Buddha image named Phra Phutthanaowarat which this cave is one of many caves popular with visitors in the province. The statue is in the style of the bygone Chiang Saen period. Stalagmites and stalactites adorn the cave, and a beautiful panoramic view can be seen from the cave, showing off an undulating mountain range. The cave is located near a temple, Wat Tham Si Wilai in Na Phra Lan Sub-district, 22 kilometers from the center of the city.

How to get there : From Saraburi town, take Highway No. 1 for 17 kilometers to the Nong Chan T-junction. Turn right onto Highway No. 3385 for 1 kilometer and turn right again toward the cement factory.
Phra Phothisat Cave
Location : Kaeng Khoi District
Phra Phothisat Cave
Phra Phothisat Cave
Phra Phothisat cave also known as Phra Ngam cave or Khao Nam Phu cave, it is located in Wat Tham Phra Phothisat. Phra Phothisat Cave is a small-scaled cave with a comfortable temperature yet pretty steep. After walking in through a narrow entrance, visitors will find a bas-relief of the Dvaravati period on the cave wall, depicting the preaching Buddha and Hindu gods. The Fine Arts Department has registered the cave as a national ancient monument with highly valued artistic works. In addition, visitors can visiting caves are such as Phra Thammathat cave, Lumphini cave and Tham Sa-ngat Chedi cave. And around Wat Tham Phra Phothisat provide calm and peaceful atmospheres with the lush of plants. Dotting around the temple ground are signs written with moral teachings, proverbs or wise sayings to sharpen the mind of passersby.

How to get there : Phra Phothisat cave is located in the compound of Wat Tham Phra Phothisat, Thap Kwang Sub-district, 32 kilometer from Saraburi town, 15 kilometer along Highway No. 2 (Mittraphap Road) to Nakhon Ratchasima and 11 kilometer along the access road following the road sign.
Phrathat Charoen Dham Cave
Location : Kaeng Khoi District
Phrathat Charoen Dham Cave
Phrathat Charoen Dham Cave
Phrathat Charoen Dham Cave is locally known Bo Pla Cave, inside the cave there are numerous stalactites and stalagmites, some beautifully colored and natural skylights. There are 3 main chambers. In the first cave section, a pond teems with myriad fish. In the second, stalactites and stalagmites form shapes said to be similar to deities known as KuanImBodhissatva and HokLokSio, the three Chinese gods. The remaining atrium is actually a myriad of smaller caves, with coral reef-like stone formations. In addition, within the cave sits LuangphoYai, a stucco Buddha image covered with black lacquer and gold leaf from the Ayutthaya period. In the rear two more large caves can be found: Tham Sam Khao and Tham Thep Prathan. The cave can only be visited during the dry season.

How to get there : There are two routes to get there. Drive for 12 kilometers from Saraburi town along Mittraphap Road and turn left to Kaeng Khoi District through the market. Continue for 8 kilometers over the Adireksan Bridge. Alternatively, drive for 15 kilometers from the town along Highway No. 1 to Phu Khae Witthaya School and then drive for 10 kilometers on the Phu Khae - Kaeng Khoi Road.
Dao Khao Kaew Cave
Location : Muak Lek District
Dao Khao Kaew is a big cave, visitors must climb the stairs from the foot of the hill to the mouth of the cave about 100 meters up. When the light shines on the caves cell, it will sparkle like beautiful red, black and brown stars. The beautiful stalactite and stalagmite formations are on the cell and the wall.

How to get there : This cave is at Phaya Klang Sub-district, 35 kilometers from Muak Lek District or 75 kilometers from Saraburi town. Take the same route as the road to Namtok Chet Sao Noi but go further for another 30 kilometers. Take Highway No. 2224 and turn left onto the laterite road for 5 kilometers.
Waterfalls
Krok E Dok Waterfall
Location : Kaeng Khoi District
Krok E Dok is a very beautiful waterfall in Thailand with 8 tiers or over 350 meters high. Tourists can travel all tiers but famous tiers to travel are 6 and 7 tiers, which are the most beautiful of this waterfall. The entrance to waterfall is appropriate for adventure lovers because they will have to walk to the waterfall and the accessible path is quite rough which spend about 7-8 hours to get there. Tourists have to prepare the necessary equipment and be healthy. The starting point of this route is at Ban Tako Dan, approximately 20 kilometers from the centre. The most suitable time to travel here is during the rainy season especially during June to September since there is more amount of water in each level and all the florae are expected to bloom such as mos, fern and mushrooms.

How to get there : From Bangkok, head toward Saraburi. Turn right at Saraburi and follow the Mittaparb Road to Muak Lek. Before arriving at Muak Lek, there is a sign near the Furukawa Factory guidepost the way to Jed Kod Pongkonsao Natural Study and Ecotourism Center, this route requires turning right and U-turn and follow the path on the sign for around 26 kilometers.
Opening Hours : Daily 08.30 am. - 04.30 pm.
Contact : Tel. 08 5968 3520, 08 9237 8659
Administered by : Jed Kod Pongkonsao Natural Study and Ecotourism Center.
Chet Sao Noi Waterfall
Location : Muak Lek District
Chet Sao Noi Waterfall
Chet Sao Noi Waterfall
Namtok Chet Sao Noi is a small waterfall at Muak Lek Sub-District, on the same route as Namtok Muak Lek and continues on for another 9 kilometers on an asphalt road. The waterfall flows along a stream and has 7 levels. The height of each level is 4 meters and offers a spacious shady swimming area.
Administered by : Namtok Chet Sao Noi National Park
Hew Noi Waterfall
Location : Muak Lek District
Hew Noi Waterfall is one of famous waterfalls in Saraburi. It is the waterfall root for many waterfalls in Saraburi such as Rai Kusuma waterfall, Muack Lek waterfall and Jed Sao Noi waterfall. The most recommended time to visit Hew Noi Waterfall is during July - November. There are many activities for tourists to join such as seeing the scenery, trekking and studying the nature.
Muak Lek Waterfall
Location : Muak Lek District
Muak Lek Waterfall
Muak Lek Waterfall
Muak Lek Waterfall is very popular waterfall for relaxation with family or friend, which the waterfalls begin from the Khao Yai National Park and flow into the Pa Sak River which forms the border between two provinces. The waterfall is located in Muak Lek Arboretum and one of beautiful waterfall in Saraburi.
Sub Hew Waterfall
Location : Muak Lek District
Sub Hew Waterfall is beautiful waterfall, the water flows from the 30-meter high cliff. The surrounding is a verdant green forest with the big pond safe for splashing water in front of the waterfall. The highlight of the waterfall is in the middle of water curtain, there is a deep hollow to the cliff core. There is also stalactite in the cave. Visiting the waterfall is quite adventurous and difficult.

How to get there : Take a route from Mithraparb road into Muak Lek District. Then drive past Chet Sao Noi waterfall into Highway Number 2273. Soon, you will reach Wat Pong Keng intersection. Turn right into Highway Number 2224 into Ban Sub Noi for another 5 kilometers and reach Sub Hew village. It is recommended to contact village headman if you wish to visit the waterfall.
Palan Hindad Waterfall
Location : Wang Muang District
Palan Hindad Waterfall is location from Wat Palan Hinda about 500 meters. The waterfall consist 3 tires and about 10 meters length of each tire, around waterfall luxuriant with Fan Palm. The entrance to waterfall is the concrete road so visitor can drive a car to relaxing with a beautiful waterfall.