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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
Wat Mae Mai
Wat Mae Mai, built in the Ayutthaya Period and located some 300 metres to the east of Wat Khun Phaen. There are 2 groups of architectural remains. The remains in the north include a large round Chedi situated on a plinth and rectangular west-facing W...


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...


Safari Park
Just 40 km from town on the way to Bo Phloi, the Safari Park is a man-made habitat for sevral African & Asian animals - lions, tigers, giraffes, zebras and bears. The landscaping is beautifully designed and offers great insights into the habits o...


Wat Tham Mangkonthong
Wat Tham Mangkonthong Situated about 4 kilometers from the provincial city on the bank of Mae Klong river. This place was once well known for the incredible performance of the nun floating in the deep pool. Other magnificent is its temple located in ...


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