Kanchanaburi

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.”

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Partner Hotels

Pla2 Floating Villa

The opulent experience created for you and your loved ones to spend time together amid the natural splendor inspired by male and female fish swimming in the dam, the high-end and award-winning floating villa “PLA2” was created. Guests will be able to enjoy a new level of comfort and convenience in a group setting with a wide area and a variety of special activities. Step into the deep sea land, where you and your chosen ones will have a virtual experience of living within the fish. The villa floats on the stunning Srinagarind dam in Kanchanaburi.

Experiences

Water Sports at Pla2 & Z9

A variety of exciting water sports, right in front of Pla2 and Z9 resort on Srinagarind Dam in Kanchanaburi.

Choose from wakesurfing (8,500 THB/hour), jetski (Seadoo; 4,800 THB/hour), boat experiences (up to 8 guests; 16,000 THB/hour), a waterfall trip (3-4 hours; 35,000 THB), and jetboarding on an electric surfboard (3,500 THB/hour).

Enjoy the excitement and adventure on the water, or relax and unwind with your friends.

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