It is about 159 kms
away from Kanchanaburi on route 323. There are a lot of
natural attractions worth visiting such as Pha Tat
Waterfall, Hin Dad Hot Springs etc. It places a lot of
National Parks and the World heritage The Yai Naresuan
Sanctuary Park is located in this district as well. Beside
limestone waterfalls, which are the major attractions in the
area, an overnight stay in comfortable resorts or raft-house
also offer a relaxing holiday for visitors.
This hydro-electric dam is
situated on Kwai Noi River, 6 kms north of Thong Pha Phum or
165 kms north of Kanchanaburi. The dam is 1,019 meters
long and 92 meters inches high, forms a great reservoir and
the scenic beauty of lake which placed several raft and
resort complexes offer opportunities for boat rides,
swimming and fishing.
This hot spring with a pond for bathing is at km 107 of
route 323 or 2 kms beyong the entrance to Pha Tat Waterfall.
It was discovered beside the stream by a Japanese soldier
during the Second World War.
Located in Tambon Chala, about 190 kilometers from
Kanchanaburi town. Visitors should have 4-wheel-drive
vehicles to travel along Thong Pha Phum -Sangkhlaburi route
and take the right turn of 15 kilometers at km. 26,
and some 3 kilometers on foot with local guide.
Some 70 kms west of Thong Pha Phum no route 3272, there was
once a lot of mining of wolfram and tin in the Tanaosi
Mountain range marking the Thai-Burmese border.
Nowadays, temperate fruit and decorative winter plants can
be seen and bought at Pilok and the villages en route.
Visitors are advised to take four-wheeled drive cars for
travelling along this route.