The beautiful Kuang Im Chinese Temple beside the Khwae Bridge in Thailand.
As hopefully the above pictures show, the area around the temple has lots of very colourful statues of mythical animals, buddha images and small buildings boasting brilliantly coloured roofs - with everything overlooked by a huge standing Buddha. Inside the temple itself there are numerous statues of Buddhas and so on - the temple really is worth visiting.
Our topics about visiting Kanchanaburi in Thailand:-
- Kanchanaburi Town in Western Thailand
- Going out to Kanchanaburi in Thailand: hotels, restaurants and things to do including some day trips.
- Visiting The Bridge over the River Kwai in Kanchanaburi
- The Khwae Yai Bridge which is situated at Kanchanaburi in Western Thailand - photos and area information.
- A train trip out to then walk part of Hellfire Pass in Thailand
- Riding on The Death Railway in Thailand from Kanchanaburi to Nam Tok and a walk through Hellfire Pass, then visiting Sai Yok Noi Waterfalls on the way back.
- Day trip to walk up the Erawan Waterfalls in Thailand
- Walking up the 7 stages of The Erawan Waterfalls which are within Erawan National Park outside of Kanchanaburi, W. Thailand.
- Visiting The Prasat Muang Singh and The Shinakarind Dam in Thailand
- Visiting the 13th century ruins of Prasat Muang Singh, part of the Khmer Empire plus visiting The Shinakarind Dam near Kanchanaburi, Thailand
- Kanchanaburi Sightseeing on a Bike - looking round War Cemeteries and Wats
- Cycling around Kanchanaburi to visit Don Rak Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, The Chinese Cemetery and Chung Kai Cemetery plus several Wats.
- Thailand Touring, Travel and Sightseeing Guide and Photos
- Our Thailand Home Page which contains links to our topics about touring in Bangkok, Ayutthaya, Sukhothai, Chiang Mai and Nakhonpathom.
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