Kanchanaburi province, in western Thailand, is known for its national parks of dense jungle, waterfalls and limestone caves. Seven-tiered waterfalls can be found at Srinakarin Dam National Park, while Erawan National Park has aqua-blue falls (plus elephants, monkeys and cobras). The province’s WWII-era Burma Railway, built by prisoners of war, was immortalized in the film “The Bridge on the River Kwai.
Wat Tham Sua, Amphoe Tha Muang.This important temple of Kanchana Buri province is about 5 kilometres from Vajiralongkorn Dam. According to villager,there was long ago an ancient temple locate here, In 1971 a mong called Pasarigo came to meditate in the cave on the temple grounds,
Wat Tham Sua Map
He constructed a large Budda image in posture of giving blessing
standing on the mount. Other items of interest include an ordination hall with a beautiful of Thai architectural style and a pagoda measuring 69 metres tall and 29 metres wide, where visitors can walk or take an elevator to the top to view the lake and Vajiralongkorn Dam. On this mountain top there are footprints of Lord Buddha and an ancient sacred water pond.