The small settlement, some 225 kms
from Kanchanaburi, edges on the northernmost extremities of Khao Laem
Dam. The scenic 75-km route from Khao Laem largely parallels the
reservoir passing several raft complexs and roadside cascades.
Located 9 kms from the town.
This extensive temple on the southern outskirts of
Sangkhlaburi edges the Khao Laem reservoir. The
complex is constructed in an unusual mix of Thai, Indian and
Burmese Buddhist architectural styles, and the abbot “Luang
Pho Uttama” is highly revered among
local people including tribal folks and Burmese.
22 kilometers from
Sangkhla Buri, the three miniature pagodas are memorials of an important
route of the troops during the wartime of the Ayutthaya period. It also
marks the rugged Thai-Myanmar border and is the site of a small thriving
border marker. Visitors are allowed to enter the neighboring Burmese
Travel along the route to the Three Pagodas Pass, then turn left at the
junction and go on for 10 kms and take another 40 minute walk to the
falls. Visitors are advised to use a four-wheeled drive car due to
the road conditions.