This is a part of the Death Railway that was constructed during the Second World War using POW labor to cut through the mountain.
Huai Mae Khamin is a heavenly destination for the tourists who love the nature and waterfalls. The flawless beauty and refreshingly cool stream of Huai Mae Khamin will comfort the visitors.
The Lawa Cave is one of the caves with breathtaking stalactites and stalagmites. It was formed by rain containing carbon dioxide which fell down to the ground and became water with carbonic acid.
Discovered by the Japanese army during the World War II, Hin Dad Hot Springs, formerly known as Kuimang Hot Springs
Originated from Kala mountain range, Pha Tat waterfall is a three-tiered waterfall located deep inside the Khuean Srinagarindra National Park located 140 km. from Kanchanaburi.
About 190 km. from Kanchanaburi on Highway 323 (Thong Pha Phum-Sangkhla Buri), the national park is situated at Km. 40, about 30 km. to Amphoe Sangkhla Buri.
Located within the area of Pa Huai Khayeng and Pa Khao Chang Phueak reserved forests covering a total area of approximately 700,000 rai, some 60 km.
Wat Tham Suea is located at tambon Muang Chum, 4 kilometres beyond Wachiralongkorn Dam.
Royal Monument of King Naresuan the Great or Elephant battle war chedi is not plainly a tourist attraction but it is also a significant place in Thai history.
Speaking about "Sangkhlaburi district", the first things that come to mind should definitely be a picture of a wooden bridge stretching across the river.
The immaculately maintained cemetery contains the remains of 6,982 Allied POWs who perished during the construction of the ‘Death Railway’. Its tranquility reminds the visitors of the war and its after-effects.
This controversial landmark has garnered fame amongst an international crowd. Known for its thriving tiger sanctuary, Tiger Temple shelters more than 60 Indochinese tigers and cubs on its ground.
Before heading over to the Bridge over the River Kwae, it’s a good idea to stop by this museum first for a bit of history and stories behind the construction of the infamous Death Railway.
Erawan Waterfall is recognized as one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Thailand. Located in the Tenasserim Hills in Kanchanaburi Province, some 200 km northwest of Bangkok, Erawan has seven separate tiers and is part of a national park of the same name. Besides the waterfall, the park hosts a ...
This reconstructed iron-rail bridge has become the immortal symbol of the Death Railway’s 414-km stretch. Linking the two sides of the Kwai Yai River, the bridge is perhaps the most photographed landmark in Kanchanaburi and has attracted travellers from all corners of the world.