Kanchanaburi Province Thailand

Kanchanaburi Thailand, Kanchanaburi For most guests the principle sight of intrigue is the Bridge over the River Kwai (articulated khwaae as in air), as the begin of the scandalous World War II Death Railway to Burma (now Myanmar), and in addition the many related historical centers. There is an undeniably flourishing hiker scene exploiting the relaxed riverside vibe for those that need to make tracks in an opposite direction from Bangkok. Kanchanaburi is likewise the entryway to the encompassing territory of a similar name. More remote guests are finding why Thais know it as a standout amongst the most delightful areas in the nation with its effectively available waterfalls and national parks.

The Kanchanaburi  province is in the west of Thailand, 129 km from Bangkok, and covers a total area of approximately 19,483 km². It is the country's third largest province, after Nakhon Ratchasima and Chiang Mai. Topographically, it is covered with timber and evergreen forests. The district covers the source valleys of the rivers Kwae Yai and Kwae Noi ("River Kwai"), which merge at Kanchanaburi city to form the Mae Klong River.
Bong Ti is a transnational border crossing point, which is expected to gain in importance if the planned Dawei deepwater port project goes ahead, along with a highway and a railway line between Bangkok and the port.Several national parks are in the mountainous forest areas of the Tenasserim Hills of the province: the Erawan, Sai Yok, Khao Laem, Thong Pha Phum, Khuean Srinagarindra, and Chaloem Rattanakosin National Parks. The Thungyai
Kanchanaburi Tour from Bangkok Thailand

 Naresuan Wildlife Sanctuary is on the UNESCO world heritage list.


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