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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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Attractions in Kanchanaburi
Giant Rain Tree
Grown on the way to Amphoe Dan Makham Tia at Ban Kasikam, Mu 5 Tambon Ko Samrong, some 3 km. from Wat Tham Mangkon Thong. Enter the Royal Thai Army’s Division of Veterinary and Agriculture 1 via Wat Tham Muni Nat and turn right. The giant rain tree i...


Tham Than Lot National Park
Tham Than Lot National Park or ChalermRattanakosin National Park Tham Than Lot is located 97 kilometers from Kanchanaburi. There is regular bus service between Kanchanaburi and Ban Nong Pru, from where a mine-bus can be hired to the park. The park ha...


Prasat Muang Singh Historical Park
Prasat Muang Singh Historical Park Beyond the Ban Kao Neolithic Museum about 10 Kms. up north, there is "Prasat Muang Singh" ruin, a historical park being renovated by the Fine Art Department to display the Khmer influenced architecture toward this p...


Wat Pa Lelai
Wat Pa Lelai, known locally as Wat Pha Ok sistuated in the vicinity of the ancient town of Kanchanaburi and built in the Ayutthaya Period. The Mondop – a square building – once enshrined a seated Buddha image in the gesture of subduing Mara, which wa...


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