5 Attractions in “Kanchanaburi” Province, Thailand


Kanchanaburi is the third largest in Thailand and has the largest area in the west. It is not far from Bangkok. It is a city with a long history. The most Unseen nature of many places. We would like to Kanchanaburi.

1. Erawan waterfall

Located in Erawan National Park It is a very famous waterfall. It is huge and very beautiful. The headwaters originate from the Maehonglai stream Flows down from the top of the mountain and the high cliff, divided into 7 floors, each floor looks like a basin, can swim, recreational activities. The Nature study walk, bird watching, cycling, playing in the waterfall, trekking

2. Mon Bridge

Mon Bridge or Uttmanusorn Bridge It is a wooden bridge across the Songkharia River to Mon village. It is considered the longest wooden bridge in Thailand. It is the second in the world after the U-Bein Bridge in Myanmar. These is a symbol of Sangkhlaburi District a bridge of faith Caused by the cooperation of the community.

3. Prasat Muang Sing

Prasat Muang Sing Saiyok district Kanchanaburi Is an ancient religious place Kanchanaburiattractions and built with the only Khmer art in western Thailand.

This Muang Sing Historical Park is located on the bank of the Kwai Noi River in Singha Subdistrict, Sai Yok District, Kanchanaburi Province. This was built as a Buddhist place in Mahayana Buddhism.

4. Huay Mae Khamin waterfall

It is a beautiful waterfall with 7 levels from the first to the fourth level with a distance of only 300-750 meters from the fifth level up to the top of the waterfall with a distance of more than 1 kilometer. Thailand.

Huay Mae Khamin Waterfall Beautiful scenery Each floor has a different name. Level 1 Dong Wan, Level 2 Man Khamin, Level 3 Wang Pha Pha, Level 4 Chat Kaeo, Level 5 Lai until Lost, Level 6 Dong Phi Suea, Level 7 Rom Klao, each floor has height and Different beauty

5. Bridge over the River Kwai

It is part of the strategic railway line. Ratchaburi To the destination at Tanbu Sayak Myanmar for carrying weapons And Japanese troops To attack Myanmar and India

The Japanese Army chose to build a bridge over the River Kwai Yai at Ban Tha Makham. It is 100 meters away from the current bridge. It took 3 months to construct a permanent steel bridge by using the steel from Malayu together. Laying tracks by British prisoners of war The bridge has a total length of 300 meters, divided into 11 concrete stanchions. Officially opened on December 25, 1943.