Trip Planner : Asia / Thailand / Kanchanaburi Province / Sangkhla Buri / Sightseeing / Wooden Mon Bridge
Wooden Mon Bridge, Sangkhla Buri
Categories: Bridges, Historic Walking Areas, Tourist Spots
At 400 m (1,312 ft), Wooden Mon Bridge ranks among the world's longest bridges. It takes you from Song Kalia river to Mon Village, where you can sample the local food at a market stall or head to the temple. The bridge has been fully restored and certified as safe since heavy rainfall and a buildup of weeds caused it to collapse in 2013. Bring your camera, as the views of the surrounding areas from the bridge are spectacular. Make Wooden Mon Bridge part of your personalized Sangkhla Buri itinerary using our Sangkhla Buri trip itinerary planner.
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ผมได้ไปเดินตอนกลางคืน สวยงามมาก สูงกว่าที่คิดมาก เป็นสะพานใหม่ ฝนตกลื่นมาก ต้องเดินอย่างระวัง ไฟสวยงามแต่ไม่ค่อยสว่างI have to walk a very beautiful night much higher as the new bridge. Raining very slippery to walk carefully but rarely lights bright.show original
This -- alledgedly -- longest wooden bridge in the world is certainly worth visiting. It forms the link between the "real Thai" part of town and the more Birmese-feeling other side.
At 850m, the Mon Bridge, Saphan Mon, in Sangkla Buri is the longest wooden bridge in Thailand. It was rebuilt in 2014 after flooding caused a middle section of the bridge to collapse. The bridge conne... read more »
Main attraction in the area. Interesting seeing the construction methods used in the wooden bridge.
Nice view with rich of culture. Great to visit in early morning.
2nd longest wooden bridge in the world with breath-taking view.
Nice sightseeing view, recommended if there are other touring plans in kanchanaburi.
Not for those with a fear of heights. Nice view of the river and boat houses
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