ERAWAN is the Thai name of Airavata (Airavata is a mythological white elephant who carries the Hindu god Indra). It is depicted as a huge elephant with either three (or sometimes thirty-three) heads which are often shown with more than two tusks.
Erawan National Park is located in Kanchanaburi, Thailand. It’s more popular by the legendary Erawan Falls with its magnificent seven-tiered falls (and every level has its own name). My friends and I are lucky enough to have a chance to visit this wonderful natural attraction. Let the pictures say it all!
Erawan Falls – my complete story (in Bahasa Indonesia)
Erawan Falls – my published article in malezones.com
*additional self pictures courtesy of Man, Ose, and Yen*