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River, Canal

Thailand features a number of rivers that are the lifeblood of Thailand’s agricultural economy as well as important areas for wildlife and numerous species of fish. Most Thai cities of historical importance, including Ayutthaya and Bangkok were built on rivers. Consequently, Thailand’s rivers make excellent sightseeing attractions, with dinner cruises one of many popular ways to enjoy Thailand’s fascinating and beautiful waterways. In Bangkok, the Chao Phraya River and the canals that link various areas of the city are popular with both locals for getting from A to B and tourists who enjoy the sights and attractions located along these interesting waterways.

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Kok River

Discover one of the most scenic attractions in Chiang Rai. The Kok River weaves its way from Thathon in northen Chiang Mai to Chiang Rai City, and flows to Chiang Khong to meet the Mae Kong River. Boats, rafts, and trips...

Bridge over the River Kwai

Perhaps the best known attraction of Kanchanaburi, featured in world’s famous book and film, The Bridge on the River Kwai is part of the infamous Death Railway, spanning over Kwai Yai  River, built by the pris...

Pa Phru Tha Pom Khlong Song Nam

 Approximately 34 km reach from Krabi’s provincial city, Pa Phru or a peat swamp forest of ThaPom Canal is where freshwater and seawater from nearby mangrove forests meets---the reason behind its name: Khlong ...

Maenam Song Si

Located in Khong Chiam District or about 84 kilometers from the town, Maenam Song Si is the two-colored river or the Mun Rivers alluvium which is the spot where the brown of Mekong River and the blue of Mun River are joi...

Namtok Wang Kan Lueang Arboretum

This arboretum is centered on a waterfall, Namtok Wang KanLueang, which has water throughout the rainy and dry season for a unique reason. The source of its water is a large natural underground sprint 1.5 kilometers east...