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  1. Wooden Mon Bridge

    Mountains & Wilderness

    Wooden Mon Bridge it is the longest wooden bridge in Thailand and it was built for comfortable transportation of people living in Sangkhlaburi and Mon Villagers. Nowadays the bridge is closed for vehicles but you can sti...

  2. Khao Chon Kai Training Camp

    Mountains & Wilderness

    The Army Student Camp is located 20 kilometres from the city along Highway No. 3199. Recently, the camp has opened its door for tourists wishing to enjoy activities such as tower jumping, model cliff climbing, etc.

  3. Lawa Cave

    Mountains & Wilderness

    The Lawa Cave is on the side of Khwae Noi River, 75km from Kanchanaburi City. The entrance to the cave is a bit narrow although the interior is spacious. It has several chambers including the music chamber, the throne ch...

  4. Don Chedi Archaeological Site

    Mountains & Wilderness

    Situated in Ban Don Chedi, the site was found by the Fine Arts Department when an excavation revealed important remains such as ancient swords, elephant jaw bones, human skeletons and an Ayutthaya-style chedi. From the f...

  5. Phrathat Cave

    Mountains & Wilderness

    The Phrathat Cave is located in Tha Kradan, Si Sawat in Kanchanaburi. It is a relatively large mountain cave with stunning stalactites and stalagmites approximately 8km beyond the Erawan Waterfall. The cave is 20m-long ...

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