Kanchanaburi authorities announced this week that hotels, resorts and rafting services can reopen from October 1.
However, meetings and seminars will remain prohibited, and restaurants will not be allowed to serve alcoholic beverages.
The staff of hotels, resorts and rafting services are required to have received at least one Covid-19 vaccine jab.
Aside from Kanchanaburi’s World War II history, there is in fact so much more to the city than the popular trios: Death Railway, Bridge over the River Kwae (Kwai) and the Allied War Cemetery. The city offers a range of delightful diversions, whether bamboo rafting journeys along the River Kwae, Khmer temple ruins tour, or a day out shopping at the gemstone village. The scenic riverside area sets the stage for a leisurely stroll but can also become loud at night due to music from karaoke bars and discos.
Source: The Nation