Attractions


Kanchanaburi offers numerous other nearby attractions to enrich and enhance your stay in paradise. You can venture out to explore at your own pace or let us arrange a privately guided excursion accompanied by our engaging and experienced guides and naturalists:

Hindad Hot Spring. Discovered by a Japanese soldier during World War II, the Hindad riverside natural hot spring offers a pond for bathing and relaxing. It is believed that this hot spring can cure numbness and relive inflamed joints.

Pha Tad Waterfall. It is a part of the Khuean Srinagarindra National Park, also known as Si Nakharin National Park, Kanchanaburi Province. The park, centred on the Srinagarind Reservoir, is part of the Western Forest Complex protected area. It is very scenic and thickly forested.

Dawadung Cave. The cave complex is situated next to the Khwae Noi River and can be reached by boat or by road. The cave is made up by a series of “rooms” with unique characteristics due to varying rock formations and mineral colors. The cave houses numerous superb stalactites and stalagmites. The smallest mammal in the world, Kitti’s Hog-nosed Bat weighing just two grams, is found in the caves and in the park area. Visiting the cave requires a 1-kilometer walk to the entrance.

Sai Yoke Yai National Park and Waterfall The 500-sq-km Sai Yok National Park is home to limestone mountains, waterfalls, caves – and some extremely rare animals. The park is well signposted and free leaflets provide information about hiking trails. Near the visitors centre is Nam Tok Sai Yok Yai (Sai Yok Yai Waterfall), which cascades 8 meters into many layers of rock formations. The full beauty of the falls can be seen from a nearby suspension bridge.

Sai Yoke Noi Waterfall This is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Kanachanaburi, especially during the rainy season (July and August) when the falls are at their fullest and the forest is lush and shady.

"Hellfire Pass" (Chong Khao Khat). This is a mountain railroad cutting created by POW’s of the Japanese during World War II. It was excavated entirely by human, (not machine) labor. For visitors who would like to explore the railway track, there is a four-km. walking trail. The trail begins at the Hellfire Pass Cutting and leads into the jungle. It takes about five hours to complete the round trip.

Krah Sah Cave The Krasae Cave is located approximately 55km from Kanchanaburi in Sai Yok, beside the remnants of the Death Railway overlooking Khwae Noi River near Wang Pho Railway Station. It houses sacred Buddha images inside and is regarded as a sacred place for worship among the locals. During WWII, prisoners of war were housed there.

Prasat Muang Singh A rare Khmer ruin in Kanchanaburi province. Built around the 12th century on the Khwae Noi River, the site was most likely an outpost on the frontier of the Khmer empire. There are 4 main groups of ruins and only the main buildings and some smaller buildings are fully visible. Prasat Muang Singh is the main shrine and the central focal point of the site. The site is littered with smaller shrines containing various artifacts a couple of museums. Overall the site is very natural and authentic.