Kanchanaburi City Hotel
This place is a place that exhibitthe mini theater about a story of building Death Railway. They also amass pictures, equipment in building Death Railway in World War II’stime.
Hellfire Pass Museum was built by Australian government. Hellfire Pass Museum also has the way to go to Hellfire Pass whereis a part of Death Railway. Hellfire Pass was built by hand excavation without modern tools. It was built to be the way for the railway. Now they also appeara clue of the railway. Museum opens 9.00am-16.00pm. Can visit this museum by drive pass SaiYokNoi waterfall 20 kilometers, turn left at 64-65 kilometers, then go 500 meters
It is a nature theme park, a tourism attraction, and is the most important animal breeding centre in Kanchanaburi. You can see a wide variety of animals for example, camels, tigers, lions, bears, elephants, deers, zebras, llamas, ostrichs, flamingos ,giraffes etc.
Srinagarindra Dam is the largest rockfill-with-clay-core dam in Thailand. It is built to serve as basin to collect flood water during the flood season, generate water-power electricity and supply water for agriculture and fishery. Visitors should take a cruise around the dam’s lake to soak up the beautiful sceneries.
This 300-square-kilometer national park is best known for the family of Sai Yok Waterfalls (Namtok Sai Yok); three picturesque waterfalls located in the park. Namtok Sai Yok was first widely known among Thais when King Rama V visited them in 1888 during his reign that inspired Prince Naris,
Admission: 200 baht for adults, 100 baht for children.Contact: Chalerm Rattanakosin National Park, tel. 0 3454 7020,0 34546140 or National Park Office; National Park, Wildlife and Plant Conservation Department, Bangkok, tel. 0 2562 0760 or www.dnp.go.th.
for centuries, rather in term of battles and wars in the past or trades and friendly relationships nowadays. Located approximately 240 kilometers from city or 22 kilometers from SangkhlaBuri, the three lining pagodas are memorials to the Siam-Burmese battle during the Ayutthaya period (1350-1767).