For history, rich natural beauty, activities and accessibility. Kanchanaburi is home to pristine national parks, cavernous caves, majestic rivers, lakes, waterfalls and temples. For many though, it bring you all in a backseat to the area’s of World War II history.
Kanchanaburi sits alongside the River Kwai surrounded by sugarcane fields and dramatic mountains to the west. Kanchanaburi town has an extensive strip of foreigner well serve restaurants, bars and guesthouses matched with floating house.
The town perform itself as a place to relax on a rafthouse and watch the water flow by, feet in river with a cold drink and a good book. The old town centre is also worth, rich lovely century of old Sino Portuguese and Thai-style shophouses.0