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|Kanchanaburi, which has mostly mountainous terrain, covers an
area of approximately 19,473 square kilometers and is the third
largest province in Thailand after Chiang Mai and Nakhon Ratchasima.
Situated approximately 129 kilometers west of Bangkok, Kanchanaburi
shares a border with Myanmar to the west, Tak and Uthai Thani
Provinces to the north, Suphan Buri and Nakhon Pathom Provinces to
the east, and Ratchaburi Province to the south.
In north and west Kanchanaburi, the terrain is comprised mainly of mountains and high plains, with the Thanon Thongchai Range acting as a natural border between Thailand and Myanmar. The range is the source of Kanchanaburi's two most important rivers Maenam Kwai Noi and Maenam Kwai Yai, which form the famous Maenam Mae Klong. As a result, several of Thailand's largest Namtok (waterfalls) and most extensive wildlife sanctuaries are found in this area.
The magnificent landscape and charming beauty of Kanchanaburi have resulted in major tourist attractions including several well-known waterfalls, caves which were once inhabited by Neolithic man, pristine national parks, tranquil rivers, virgin forests, and reservoir. Together, they offer an intriguing experience for first-time or repeat visitors. Whether its fishing, rafting, canoeing, mountain biking, bird-watching, star-gazing, golfing, elephant and jungle trekking, or even living in bamboo rafts, Kanchanaburi takes pride in offering them all.
The city of Kanchanaburi is located at the point where two tributaries, the Kwai Noi and Kwai Yai meet and form the Maenam Mae Klong. This is the location of the notorious Death Railway and the Bridge on the River Kwai one of the worlds famous World War II sites which have been immortalized in print and film.
In economic terms, Kanchanaburi has been doing well on a national scale, with over 10 per cent growth annually. Important industries include sugar, agricultural products and jewelry. Tourism is also a main source of income for the locals as the provinces high tourism potential has made Kanchanaburi number one among the west provinces in having the highest number of visitors each year.
Residents of Kanchanaburi are engaged in agricultural activities. Most of the locals are of Thai ancestry with notable Mon and Karen minorities. Rural dwellers enjoy living simply and respecting nature. Moreover folk music and dances dating back at least 500 years are still performed today.
Our Standard room are well decorated with a modern design and equipped and furnished with most necessity's. The room has a double bed or two single beds, 21" color TV, free Wi-Fi, mini bar with hot shower.
Our Superior rooms are located on the top floor of the guesthouse which gives you a great view of Kanchanaburi, decorated with a classical yet modern design and fully equipped and furnished. This luxurious room has a double bed, 21" color TV, free Wi-Fi, mini bar with hot shower.
Our rooms are authentic relaxing getaway as one of our aims is to grant guests to close to nature with natural cooling from the river underneath the raft. decorated with a classical yet modern design and fully equipped and furnished. This luxurious room has a double bed, 21" color TV, free Wi-Fi, mini bar with hot shower.
Our Deluxe rooms are very spacious compared to the superior and standard rooms. Designed and furnished for the guest who wants that little bit extra. Our deluxe rooms very good view near the River Kwai. Fully equipped and furnished, 21" color TV, free Wi-Fi, mini bar with hot shower. We have terrace for relax and working desk.
|One of the most popular eating places in
Kanchanaburi, We provided the finest blend of East and West, We
proudly serve our guest with extensive rang of delicious Western
food and hot & spicy Thai dishes our famous traditional Thai dishes
include Tom Yam Koong, Tom Khaa Kai, Kaeg Keaw Wan, Pad Thai, and
many more. Various vegetarian dishes in Western and Thai style area
Outdoor swimming pool near along the river. Pool style modern and clean water.
|Swimming Pool with slider||Poolside|
|Death Railway||Elephant trekking||Sai Yok Noi waterfalls|