158 จำนวนผู้เข้าชม | Western
The wooden bridge in Sangkhlaburi, Thailand - photo by Chris Wotton
Also located in Kanchanaburi province, but much further out to the remote west and just 12km from the border with Myanmar, Sangkhlaburi is a stunning, secluded and culturally diverse outpost of a town that is best known for its photogenic wooden bridge – the longest handmade bridge of its kind in Thailand – that stretches over the area’s enormous man-made lake.
As much as anything, Sangkhlaburi is the kind of place perfect for just hanging out, kicking back and relaxing for a few days – or potentially slightly longer than anticipated. But there are also stunning Buddhist temples like Wat Wang Wiwekaram to discover close by, while taking a boat ride out across the famous lake gives you the chance to discover the remains of old Sangkhlaburi town, sunken to create a dam. The village of Mon settlers, on the opposite side of the bridge from Sangkhlaburi proper, is also worth a visit.
How to get to Sangkhlaburi from Bangkok
From Kanchanaburi city’s main bus terminal, minivans, air-conditioned buses and local fan-cooled buses make regular daily trips to Sangkhlaburi. The trip takes around three and a half to four hours. There are also two daily direct buses from Bangkok’s Mo Chit bus terminal to Sangkhlaburi, taking around seven hours.
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