Sangkhlaburi is in the remote part of Kanchanaburi Province. The main town, originally inhabited by Karen, has seen an influx of re-settlers: Mon, Burmese, Thai, Lao, and a growing number of Japanese and Westerners. The remoteness of the region adds to the it’s serenity and laid-back atmosphere As a bonus, the town itself has the longest wooden bridge in Thailand. The signature attraction of Sangkhlaburi.
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