For Thailand, the year 2006 was full of activities related to the preservation and reinvention of traditions.
Step back 4,000 years to the Neolithic period and marvel at artifacts from deep into Thai (and human) history at this intriguing museum on the banks of the Kwai Noi River.
Also called Chonk-Kai Cemetery, this now peaceful area on the banks of the Kwai Noi River is home to the graves of more than 1,700 POWs (1,400 Commonwealth and 300 Dutch casualties), and was also the site of a former POW camp.
Wat Lard Kham (Luang Po Saen Rean) is located at Panom Tuan Sub District, Panom Tuan District, Kanchanaburi.
Wat Phra Thaen Dong Rang Worawihan is located at Tha Maka District, Kanchanaburi.
The statue of Guanyin (Wat Tung Samor) is enshrined at Wat Tung Samor in Phanom Tuan district which is away from the center of Kanchanaburi eastwards along the highway no.324 about 15 km.
"Underwater City" or "Wat Wang Wirekaram Kao" is one of the well-known tourist sites of Nongloo Sub-District, Sangklaburi District, Kanchanaburi Province.
The architecture design is during Late Lopburi era, around 16th-18th century. The city plan is in perfect square and area about 316 acres.