An opportunity for MICE travellers to get all dressed up in traditional Thai costumes and go back in time in the reign of King Rama V at Mullika City R.E. 124. Mullika City R.E. 124 recreates the way of life from that period in history, including the use of ancient money currency and offering hard-to-find ancient food and desserts.
Visit Phark Phreak or Ban Neua Community which is the oldest community in Kanchanaburi province. The architecture found in the housing style featured the early Rattanakosin period and closely bound to world war II and stretch out parallel to the Kwai River. MICE travellers can stop for lunch and enjoy local dish - fish delicacies and difficult-to-find specialty desserts specific to this region.
A visit to Ban Chor Chang Chara - the sanctuary that cares for neglected and disabled elephants from all over the country. Learn all about the way of life of these amazing creatures and the people who live with them, participating in CSR activities such as donating medical supplies for the elephants, crushing and shaping nutritional food and bathing the elephants.
Try an all-new way of organising a seminar with the 2-storey rafts available at Z2 Float Kanchanaburi - surrounded by the river and dense forest of Kanchanaburi. Z2 Float Kanchanaburi can host exclusive dinner party or private function.