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Map of Kanchanaburi district in Thailand

Basic information about Kanchanaburi
Kanchanaburi (Thai: กาญจนบุรี (Pronunciation)) is the largest of the western provinces (changwat) of Thailand. The neighboring provinces are (clockwise, from the north) Tak, Uthai Thani, Suphan Buri, Nakhon Pathom, and Ratchaburi. In the west it borders Kayin State, Mon State, and the Tanintharyi Region of Myanmar. Tourists are attracted by the history of its ancient civilization and the World War II Bridge over the River Khai (also spelt \Khwae\).
Cities, towns & villages in Kanchanaburi
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KanchanaburiKanchanaburi (Thai: (Pronunciation)) is a town municipality (thesaban mueang) in the west of Thailand and part of Kanchanaburi Province. In 2006 it had a population of 31,327. The town covers the complete tambon Ban Nuea and Ban Tai and parts of Pak Phraek and Tha Makham, all of Mueang Kanchanaburi district, and parts of the tambon Tha Lo of Tha Muang district. Kanchanaburi lies 123 km west of Bangkok. Show Kanchanaburion the map
States, regions, administrative units in Kanchanaburi
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Changwat KanchanaburiKanchanaburi (Thai: pronounced is the largest of the western provinces (changwat) of Thailand. The neighboring provinces are (clockwise, from the north) Tak, Uthai Thani, Suphan Buri, Nakhon Pathom, and Ratchaburi. In the west it borders Kayin State, Mon State, and the Tanintharyi Region of Myanmar. Tourists are attracted by the history of its ancient civilization and the World War II Bridge over the River Khai (also spelt \"Khwae\").Show on map
Amphoe Nong PrueNong Prue (Thai: is a district (Amphoe) in the northeastern part of Kanchanaburi Province, central Thailand. The district is named after the Prue plant, Cyperus sp.Show on map
Amphoe Dan Makham TiaDan Makham Tia (Thai: is a district (Amphoe) in the southern part of Kanchanaburi Province, central Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Thong Pha PhumThong Pha Phum (Thai: is a district (amphoe) in the northern part of Kanchanaburi Province, central Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Huai KrachaoHuai Krachao (Thai: is a district (Amphoe) in the eastern part of Kanchanaburi Province, central Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Lao KhwanLao Khwan (Thai: is a district (Amphoe) in the northeastern part of Kanchanaburi Province, central Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Sai YokSai Yok (Thai: (Pronunciation)) is a district (amphoe) in the Kanchanaburi Province in western Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Phanom ThuanPhanom Thuan (Thai: พนมทวน) is a district (Amphoe) in the eastern part of Kanchanaburi Province, central Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Tha MuangTha Muang (Thai: is a district (amphoe) in the southern part of Kanchanaburi Province, central Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Tha MakaTha Maka (Thai: is the southeasternmost district (Amphoe) of Kanchanaburi Province, central Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Si SawatSi Sawat (Thai: is a district (amphoe) in Kanchanaburi Province, western Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Bo PhloiBo Phloi (Thai: is a district (Amphoe) of Kanchanaburi Province, central Thailand.Show on map
Amphoe Sangkhla BuriSangkhla Buri is a district (Amphoe) in the Kanchanaburi Province in western Thailand.Show on map
Different buildings in Kanchanaburi
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Kanchanaburi Railway StationKanchanaburi Railway Station is a railway station located in Ban Nuea Subdistrict, Kanchanaburi City, Kanchanaburi. It is a class 1 railway station located 117.046 km (72.7 mi) from Thon Buri Railway Station. The line opened in 1942 by the Imperial Japanese Army, during the Second World War. After the war, the State Railway of Thailand bought the line from the Allied powers, and the station reopened in June 1949, from Nong Pladuk Junction.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Kanchanaburi
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Mae Nam Khwae NoiThe River Kwai, more correctly Khwae Noi (Thai: IPA: [kʰwɛː nɔ́ːj], \"small tributary\") or Khwae Sai Yok (Thai: [kʰwɛː saj jôːk]), is a river in western Thailand. It rises to the east of the Salween in the north-south spine of the Bilauktaung range near, but not over the border with Burma. It begins at the confluence of Ranti, Songkalia and Bikhli Rivers. At Kanchanaburi it merges with the Khwae Yai River to form the Mae Klong river, which empties into the Gulf of Thailand at Samut Songkhram.Show on map
Mae Nam Khwae YaiThe Khwae Yai River (Thai: rtgs: Maenam Khwae Yai, IPA: [mɛ̂ːnáːm kʰwɛː jàj]), also known as the Si Sawat [mɛ̂ː náːm sǐː sa.wàt]), is a river in western Thailand. It has its source in the Tenasserim Hills and flows for about 380 kilometres (240 mi) through Sangkhla Buri, Si Sawat, and Mueang Districts of Kanchanaburi Province, where it merges with the Khwae Noi to form the Mae Klong River at Pak Phraek subdistrict.Show on map