Attractions in Kan ::
Bridge on the River Kwai First Landmark That makes us think of Kan. This is the link of world history in World War II and war memorial of Great East Asia.
River Kwai Bridge
This cemetery is the graveyard of prisoners of war who died during the construction of the Death Railway. It was built to commemorate the deaths of more than 5,000 people in the Commonwealth and 1,800 from the Netherlands today.
Kanchanaburi War Cemetery
Jamjuree Giant is another tourist attraction that many people go to Kanchanaburi. This is more than 100 years old and has a size of about 10 people ever.
Giant Monky Pod Tree
The Tiger Cave temple is a very famous temple in Kanchanaburi. There are the largest church in Kanchanaburi. The pagoda is beautiful which can be seen from a distance.
Tiger Cave Temple
Muang Sing This was built to be a Buddhist monastery in Mahayana Buddhism, which has architecture and sculpture similar to that of King Chaiyarawan.
In the area of Prasat Muang Sing, there are QR Code labels in Thai, English, French, Japanese and Chinese. Introduction to history And places of interest. Of the castle city.
Mueang Sing Historical Park
Erawan Waterfall is a tourist attraction to see the beauty of each other as well. Erawan Waterfall is large, divided into 7 layers, each floor is beautiful.
There is also a nature trail through the evergreen forest, so you can admire the nature. The staff is a guide to take the hike to be safe.
The bridge is a long wooden bridge about 900 meters long is the longest wooden bridge in Thailand. It is the second largest in the world after the Ubon Borneo Bridge in Myanmar. And a symbol of Sangklaburi, Kanchanaburi.
Wooden Mon Bridge
"Comfortable room. Good breakfast."
Very safety, Clean and Quiet Area, not Far From the Main Road
This Hotel is very safety as they required access card to access each floor. They have it's own restaurant for typical/common thai food. The Room is bigger than what I expected with the co-responding price.