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Kanchanaburi boasts the longest wooden bridge in Thailand in Sangkhlaburi district, Kanchanaburi province across the Mekhong, you can see Mon villages.

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Tham Khao Pun
This cave is located about 1 kilometer from the Chong-Kai War Cemetery. There is a temple in front of the cave. Inside this cave, house many beautiful Buddha images of different gestures which would make your climbing worthwhile. The stalactites and ...


Sangkhla Buri
Sangkhla Buri some 225 kilometers from Kanchanaburi, edges the northern most extremities of the reservoir. The scenic 70 ilometres route from Khao Laem largely parallels the reservoir, passes several raft complexes, roadside cascades, and vistas of p...


Mae Klong
The Mae Klong is a river in western Thailand. The river begins at the confluence of the Kwae Noi or Kwai Sai Yoke and the Kwae Yai river or Kwai Si Sawasdi in Kanchanaburi, pass Ratchaburi Province and empties into the Gulf of Thailand in Samut Songk...


Thungyai Naresuan Wildlife Sanctuary
Thungyai Naresuan Wildlife Sanctuary is a protected area in Thailand. It is located in the northern part of Kanchanaburi province and southern part of Tak province. The wildlife sanctuary was created on April 24, 1974. It was later declared a World H...


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