At Veterinary and Agriculture Division 1, Dan Makham Tia District, not too far from Kanchanaburi Area, the 100-year-old Giant Monkey Pod Tree diameter of 15 meters, 20 meters high from top to bottom. Its bush is 25.87 m wide, and its shade diameter is 51.75 m long, covering one rai, 2 Ngan, 4 Wa square. It is the pride of the people of Kanchanaburi. This Monkey Pod Tree grows naturally under Division 1 Veterinary and Remount Department of Veterinary and Agriculture guidance. It is currently one of the tourist attractions in the province of Kanchanaburi.
Distance from resort : 58.4 km
Time to get there :1 hour by car
Hellfire Pass is a four-kilometer stretch of the Death Railway, the railway that would link Thailand to Burma. The research performed by Japanese soldiers prisoners cut a long trench in a large rock mass to allow the train to move. The pass is 500 meters long with a height of 26 meters. The prisoners nicknamed it Hellfire Pass because of the torches that lit the spot at night to allow the work to continue. The Japanese forced Australian, British, Dutch, and other inmates to work 18 hours a day.
Opening Hours : Daily 9:00 – 16:00 hours
Distance from resort : 55 km
Time to get there : 50 minutes by car
Erawan Waterfall is one of Thailand’s loveliest waterfalls. Located in the Tenasserim Hills in Kanchanaburi, some 200 km northwest of Bangkok, Erawan has seven different levels and is part of the same-name national park. In addition to the waterfall, the park contains many calcareous caves giving tourists numerous opportunities to explore.
Opening Hours : Daily 07:00 – 16:30 hours
Distance from resort : 33.2 km
Time to get there : 36 minutes by car
Lam Khlong means canals, and “Ngu” means snakes in Thai. The belief of a giant snake eroded through calcareous stones and created waterways and caves that now appear in the national park. Lam Khlong Ngu owns a variety of wild animals, plants, and insects in the green tropical forest.
Also, there are many beautiful calcareous caves, such as Tham Nok Nang Aen, Tham Namtok, and Tham Yai. The most notable is Tham Sao Hin, the tallest calcareous column of Thailand. It makes from stalagmites and stalactites stand within, measuring 62.5 meters in height.
Opening Hours : Reservation only
Distance from resort : 143 km
Time to get there : 2 hours 30 minutes by car
Mallika is the retro-city representing Siamese lifestyles past in the Chao Phraya River Basin. During King Chulalongkorn’s reign, Rama V (1873–1910 A.D.), the people’s way of life in 1905 A.D. It had improved beautifully. Abolition of slavery was the most pronounced. These former Siamese slaves, when freed, had to live and earn a living by themselves without any other influence and support from their nobles and masters. They had to lead a life of self-reliant self-sufficiency and peace with all other Siamese people. Those changing lifestyle patterns are the cornerstone of the Thai people of today.
Opening Hours : 9:00 – 17:30 hours
Distance from resort :28.4 km
Time to get there : 30 minutes by car
It was a scene from the film ‘The Legend of King Naresuan,’ then renovated as an ancient Floating Market. It is set as the fortress and becomes Kanchanaburi’s first only floating market. Traditional food and dessert shops, souvenir shops, royal project shop products, and photo studios are all ready to serve the tourists.
Opening Hours :09:00 – 17:00 hours
Distance from resort :23.5km
Time to get there :25 minutes by car
Historic Muang Singh Park marked Thailand’s western boundary with the Khmer. At the height of its power, in the west of Thailand, the vast Khmer empire extended west to deep into the present Kanchanaburi province.
Opening Hours :08:00 – 17:00 hours
Distance from resort :35.4 km
Time to get there :35 minutes by car
In Kanchanaburi, the Bridge on the Kwai River is possibly the most well-known, meaningful, and poignant. After their conquest, Japan tried to establish a transportation route through Siam to Burma with unfettered access to and use of Siam’s infrastructure. It also occupied between 1942 and 1944 to reduce its reliance on maritime transport and encouragement further movement to India.
Opening Hours: 24 hours
Distance from resort: 38.1 km
Time to get there: 40 minutes by car
On 23 December 1981, Srinakarin Dam National Park was designated a Nation Park on Thailand’s range of 38. The region covers around 957,500 rai or 1,532 km2, and the area includes 3 districts: Srisawat, district Saiyok, and district Thongphaphum. The most appealing is the waterfall in Maekamin, Phasawan, and Phatat. Noensawan perspective and practice of trekking.
Opening Hours: 7:00 – 17:00 hours
Distance from resort: 74.5km
Time to get there: 1 hour 20 minutes by car
Sangkhlaburi is an idyllic location and well worth visiting. It is off the tourist path, which is perfect for visitors who want to see “the real Thailand.” The area is well known to Thais who come here for relaxing weekends or even parties on the floating houses.
Opening Hours: 24 hours
Distance from resort: 188 km
Time to get there: 3 hour by car