1. E Tong Pilok
Small village in Pilok Valley Thong Pha Phum District Kanchanaburi. It’s a mining town that once flourished in the past. After the glorious legend has closed Maintaining a tourist village where tourists traveled to relax a lot and still be full of natural beauty. Like a spell for tourists who yearn for nature Traveled into the fresh air Even during the rainy season, you will find fog images covering the whole village. Became a very romantic picture It is also open for visitors to the mines. Or Jokkradin waterfall And there is also a path to walk up the elephant hill to see the beautiful sunrise and sunset. In the evening, it’s the best !!
Getting to E Tong Village
By car from Kanchanaburi town – Thong Pha Phum district, 146 kilometers from Thong Pha Phum District – Pilok mine, about 70 kilometers starting from the main road in Kanchanaburi. To Kaeng Sian intersection Turn left to Sai Yok District – Thong Pha Phum (number 323), the route will continue with line 3272 to Thong Pha Phum District. Ran through the district (The district is on the right) along the reservoir in the dam for about 30 kilometers to reach the Ban Rai-Pilok intersection.
Turn left towards Pilok From this point it is a winding path up the hill You should drive with caution. Through Thong Pha Phum National Park for about 13 kilometers, we will arrive at Jok Krlang Waterfall. Somsak Nern Chang Suek Mine, this route will go to the end of E-Tong Village.
The route from Thong Pha Phum to Pilok sub-district is winding and narrow one-lane road. But the way is not very steep. All kinds of cars can be driven. But some roads are damage and bumpy. For your safety, drive at low speed and be careful when driving. Especially during the rainy season
There are yellow buses in Thong Pha Phum – E Tong stop at Thong Pha Phum market. The bus leaves at approximately 10:30 am. The fare is 70 baht per person (if taking the bus 999 From Bangkok – Three Chedi Pass Have to take the bus at 5.00 am)
– leave the village of E-Tong There are two trips at about 6.30 and 7.30.
2. Mon Bridge
Sangkhlaburi is a district that has fog in all three seasons because it is surrounded by mountains. With the Songkhalia River flowing through. And Mon Bridge is the link between people on both sides of Ufabet Thailand and Mon people. Which the Mon people here have settled Living here for hundreds of years Mon Bridge is also considered the longest wooden bridge in Thailand. It is 445 meters long, built by Luang Pho Uttama.
Abbot of Wat Wang Wiwekaram in the year 2529 until 1987 to be use as a bridge for commuters to and from Mon people. And Thai people living here. Which before the bridge was built Villagers around here use the bamboo connection as a raft. And use people to drag him across the river By collecting money at the ferry at 1 baht per time and calling it “one baht bridge”