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Unforgettable valuable historical memories

the famous iconic well known place for all Thai students about Thai-Burma animosity relationship in... read more

Reviewed June 12, 2018
Huang W
Nice Mountain Country but Boring

It was very scenic and interesting on the border with Myanmar. But the village shops were average... read more

Reviewed February 11, 2018
Chiang Mai, Thailand
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Reviewed June 12, 2018

the famous iconic well known place for all Thai students about Thai-Burma animosity relationship in the previous ancient historical studied that has strong influenced until today. actually this place has more precious valuable rather than just ordinary border trader market as current condition. this place...More

Thank Huang W
Reviewed February 11, 2018

It was very scenic and interesting on the border with Myanmar. But the village shops were average with the exception of the Orchid stores here. My wife proceeded to buy many exotic orchids and fill the back seat of our Toyota pickup truck.

Thank Dao1949
Reviewed October 27, 2017

Arrived at the famous Three Pagoda Pass, located about 20 km from Sangklaburi. Though the only thing that can be seen at this location are 3 small stupas replicating the 3 pagodas, it is as I have said for history buffs. From what I was...More

Thank chrischoong007
Reviewed August 31, 2017

there is nothing much to see, the Market is on the Burmese side unable to visit unless you have a visa

Thank leo888_99
Reviewed August 15, 2017

The 3 pagodas located at the border between Thailand and Myanmar are not really exceptional: there are small and the route to go there is about 30 minutes drive from the city of Sangkhlaburi. The most interesting thing on this place it's the view of...More

Thank alexbkk2016
Reviewed July 19, 2017

The 3 pagoda are actually very small pagoda located on the border. Market for cheap Burmese things and smuggled goods. Nothing much. As it is about 30km away from Sangkhla I not suggest it for people with no car.

Thank DGSmanila
Reviewed June 30, 2017

The Three Pagoda Pass is exactly that, a border post with three ordinary and small pagodas on a patch of green grass at the official Thai border to Myanmar. As a border it seems to be only semi-official, Thais can pass freely with only a...More

Thank jarathome
Reviewed May 7, 2017

It's not worth the trip. The three "pagodas" are quite insignificant; there are a few souvenir stands and most Thais who go there go only to cross the border into Burma for another rip-off market. Better to stop at one of the waterfalls on the...More

Thank LH M
Reviewed April 19, 2017 via mobile

I reached and visit to the three pagoda,the boundar of thailand and myanmar.three pagoda is the famous of thai land and the nest fear famous is saturated in DEAD RAIWAY LINE,on worl war no2.the dead railway line build many myanmar and english people their life...More

Thank Roving703010
Reviewed March 13, 2017 via mobile

As we were nearby I chose to visit there. A high army presence but they were entirely friendly to me and my driver. The chance to stand on the place where the ancient invasion of Burma against Thailand took place was historically worthwhile. The change...More

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