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Wooden Mon Bridge

 

It is the longest wooden bridge in Thailand and it was built for comfortable transportation of people living in Sangkhlaburi and Mon Villagers. Nowadays the bridge is closed for vehicles but you can still walk over the wooden bridge. The bridge is a popular place to see an unforgettable sunset or sunrise at the dam. You also can take a bath like the Mon kids.

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

Wat Chiang Mun Ubosot and Stone Inscription