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Attractions Kanchanaburi

Option in Kanchanaburi, Thailand

As region of great historical importance, Kanchanaburi features temples and restored fortresses from the kingdoms of Angkor and Ayutthaya as well as monuments associated with the World War II "Death Railway". In addition to its great historical attractions, Kanchanaburi boasts spectacular natural attractions, including national parks with verdant jungles, multi-tiered waterfalls, and exotic wildlife. Cultural attractions include tribal minorities and the Three Pagodas border crossing with Myanmar.

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Kanchanaburi War Cemetery (Don Rak)

Visit Kanchanaburi War Cemetery (Don Rak), located on Saeng Chu To Road (Highway 323), to pay respect to the remains of 6,982 Allied prisoners of the World War II who died during the construction of t...

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Thailand – Burma Railway Centre

The railway museum Thailand-Myanmar is established next to the Kanchanaburi war cemetery, which represents the story of the Burma Railway or the Death Railway. The museum tells story of the arrival of...

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Kanchanaburi City Gate

Kanchanaburi City Gate is located at Pakprak sub-district. It is an ancient style gate built since 1831 with bricks and cement in pre-Rattanakosin period during the reign of King Rama III. In the mea...

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Bridge over the River Kwai

The Bridge of the River Kwai is located in TahMakham Sub District that is away from the north of city centre on highway 323. After around 4 kilometers away, take a left turn for about 400 meters, the ...

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Sai Yok National Park

The area covers two districts,SaiYok and Thong PhaPhume,with an area of 598,750 rai. It has been declared as a national park on October 27, 2523. The National park is 104 Kilometers away from Mueng Di...

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Thong Pha Phum National Park

Thong Pha Phum National Park is in national conserved forest, Huaykayeng forest, and Khaochangpuak forest area. It is 700,000 rais or 1,120 square kilometers. The north side to next to Toongyai Naraes...

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Erawan National Park

Erawan National Park’s former name was “Khaosalob National Park”. It was declared as the national park on 19 June 1975. It is 343,735 rais. Later, its name was changed into Erawan Na...

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Tham Than Lot National Park

Tham Than Lot National Park’s other name is Chalerm Rattanakosin National Park. There are many interesting tourist points such as jungle route. The route is divided into 2 routes. The first ro...

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Prommitr Film Studio

Located at Surasi Military Camp, Tambon Lat Ya, Amphoe Mueang Kanchanaburi, in Western Thailand, this studio was the location of the great historic film "The Legend of King Naresuan". This epic trilo...

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Tham Khao Noi Temple

WatThamKhaoNoi is a sacred Anam-Nigaya Buddhist temple located near ontop of a Noi hill in Ta Muang District. The temple is best known for its Chinese-influenced architecture which sees from its chedi...

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Thung Nang Khruan Waterfall

This large 35-meter-high, 7-tiered waterfall sits amid verdant and shady natural surroundings in the KhueanSrinagarindra National Park. Thanks to abundant amount of water all year around, you can vis...

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