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Three Pagodas Pass

The Three Pagodas Pass played always a role in the Thai history. It was the gateway for the overland trade route from the Gulf of Martaban and the Gulf of Siam - the conduit for the culture, religion, and political institutions of India. This pass is named after the three miniature pagodas and is located about 22 km from Sangkhlaburi. Centuries ago this was the spot from where marauding Burmese armies marched into Thailand on their traditional invasions. It also marks the rugged Thai - Myanmar border and is the site of a small thriving border market. Visitors are allowed to enter the neighbouring Burmese settlement but this will not renew your Thai visa.

Admission fee: free
How to go there: own vehicle, bus

Wat Chiang Mun Ubosot and Stone Inscription