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Wooden Mon Bridge, Sangkhla Buri
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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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  • The wooden Mon bridge is definitely worth a look if you come to Sangkhlaburi. Its one of the key attractions. Walk to the other side of the bridge and back. At specific times of the day the monks will...  more »
  • Considered the largest bridge only the world wood screws with the population around Mount all kinds of business possible, but there is no industry in this wonderful area of Thailand becomes an important way of contributing to the livelihood of the locals. Very visited by Thais don't see many foreigners. The bridge itself and a bridge with perhaps 600 700 metres length, well located and with a pretty involved, but early in the morning and can help the Buddhist monks with the purchase of foods that are subsequently offered when its passage. You can also take advantage of the River to take a boat ride.
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  • The passage over the bridge to embrace the entire site and the ballad by boat to appreciate its structure as made of matches. Beautiful colors in late afternoon in good weather. Not to be missed.
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  • Special big wooden and bamboebridge, biggest in Thailand. You can take the longtail boat near the bridge to visit the sunken tempels in the lake. Shure to do this boattrip.
  • A very beautiful scenery place in sangkraburi if you want to avoid many tourists i advice came here in thai business day
  • This is longest wooden bridge in Thailand 400 m.....there are coffee shope there and enjoy the wonderful view (i found that most hotel are expensive near bridge also some without AC)
  • A scenic place that you can enjoy watching the locals.
  • Nice to see, but too much touristic in my opinion. Maybe because I went for Songkran haha