Skip to main content

Kanchanaburi Attractions & Sightseeing

Discover things to do and places to visit in Kanchanaburi, Thailand

There’s an abundance of remarkable discoveries to be made nearby U Inchantree Kanchanaburi. Here’s a pick of our favourite spots to enjoy the local culture and to discover some new, exciting experiences. Discover exciting things to do and places to visit for your Kanchanaburi holiday travel.

Bridge over the River Kwai

Perhaps the best known attraction of Kanchanaburi, featured in world’s famous book and film, The Bridge on the River Kwai is part of the infamous Death Railway, spanning over Kwai Yai  River, built by the prisoners of the World War II under the supervision of Japanese Imperialism Army.

Read more

Prasat Muang Singh Historical Park

Explore the trace of once-flourish Khmer Kingdom at one of best known Khmer-style religious structures in Thailand. Historians estimated that Prasat Mueang  Singh, and its surrounding architectures on the bank of Kwai Noi  River, was built between 857 and 1157 as a religious temple of Khmer Kingdom.

Read more

Erawan National Park

Housing one of the most famous waterfalls in the country, Erawan National Park boasts stunning scenery where over 80% is covered in mixed deciduous, dipterocarps and evergreen forests.

Read more

Bo Ploi Jewellery Handicraft Centre

If your eyes glow and heart pounds with every time you see sparkling little gemstones, a trip to Bo Ploi is a must.

Read more

Kanchanaburi Allied War Cemetery (Don Rak)

Amidst the sound of traffic and ongoing life is the final resting place of those who lost their lives during the construction of the Death Railway. The second you step inside, complete silence pervades.

Read more

Hellfire Pass Memorial

Put your experience of the Death Railway in perspective by heading over to Hellfire Pass Memorial. This 500-metre long, 26-metre deep cut through solid boulders is notorious for claiming the most lives.

Read more

Death Railway

Stretching 414km across western Thailand and into Burma, the Death Railway is a standing testimonial of a story that many wish had never happened.

Read more
Back to top