Saiyok Elephant Park

The countryside in Kanchanaburi lends itself perfectly to elephant riding and the province is rightly known as a premier spot to ride and feed these awesome animals in natural surroundings. Don't miss out on the chance of a lifetime! In addition to riding, you have the option of bathing elephants.

6.9 Kilometer from Hotel to Saiyok Elephant Park
Tham Krasae Bridge

Tham Krasae Bridge also known as the Wampo Viaduct, is the forgotten section of the death railway. Many people visit Kanchanaburi to visit The Bridge on The River Kwai and Hellfire Pass but they fail to take the little extra time and walk an amazing part of the Death Railway which is the section called the Tham Krasae Bridge or Wampo Viaduct, between Thamkrasae Station and the Tham Krasae Bridge Stations.

2.3 Kilometer from Hotel to Tham Krasae Bridge
Death Railway Train

This historic and infamous route follows a similar path to the River Kwai Noi proceeding leisurely through stunning countryside in the west of Kanchanaburi province. Views of jungle-clad hills, beautiful lowland fields and sightings of the river accompany you along the way, while the track itself crosses wooden bridges and hugs steep cliff faces in its journey through the valley. The route is a moving reminder of both the awesome challenge faced by those who built the line and the spectacular surroundings in which it was constructed.

10 Kilometer from Hotel to Death Railway Train
Prasat Muang Sing Historical Park

Prasat Muang Sing is an ancient site located in the westernmost side of Thailand. Influenced by Khmer religion and culture during the 18th Buddhist Century (Khmer art in Bayon style), Prasat Muang Singh was built as a temple of the Mahayana Buddhist. Muang Sing structure is framed by square planning and located on the banks of Kwai Noi River.

9.7 Kilometer from Hotel to Prasat Muang Sing Historical Park
Mallika City

Mallika is the retro-city reflecting the past Siamese lifestyle in the Chao Phraya River Basin. The most pronounced was the abolition of slavery. When freed, these former Siamese slaves had to live and earn a living by themselves without control and supports from their noblemen and masters anymore. They had to live a life of self-sufficiency, self-reliant, and in harmony with all other Siamese people. These changing patterns of lifestyle are the cornerstone of today’s Thai people.

12.7 Kilometer from Hotel to Mallika City
The Nine-Army Battle Historical Park

The Nine-Army Battle Historical Park was constructed by Royal Thai army and government organization, private organization as well as local people on 3 May 1999. The purpose is to celebrate the victory of King Rama 1st and Somdet PhraBawanrarajao Suraseehanat and Thai warriors which defeated Burmese army in 1785 and to celebrate the 60th of King’s birthday.

14.6 Kilometer from Hotel to The Nine-Army Battle Historical Park