Things to do in Sangkhla Buri District
Top recommendations from locals
From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
“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.”
- 2 locals recommend
“Take a boat trip on the lake to see the flooded temples (called sunken temple), Sangkhlaburi About the story: the village and its temples were located in the valley before the dam built a few years ago swallowed up all this (current lake). Depending on the season of the year and the rain, it is possible to see the temples that emerge from the water: that's pretty impressive! We came here in August, during the rainy season and access to the temple is by boat only! In April, it is possible to walk to the temples as the depth of the lake is very low during the dry season.”
- 1 local recommends