I was driving from Bangkok to the far west village in Thailand names "Sangkhlaburi", located in Karnchanaburi Province for only one reason. It's a classical and famous wooden bridge, Mon Bridge.
I also saw some local traditions such as offering foods for the monk and singing a song by Myanmar's nuns. After that, I hired a boat to see an ancient temple among the water. Unfortunately, at that time, there are a lot of water so I can see the temple just one half of it but it's looks beautiful and looks interesting.
Sangkhlaburi is such a one of quite and native village. If you have 1-2 days time in Thailand, I must visit there.
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