Enjoy the scenic views from both sides of the river as you reflect upon the communities and cultures that once made this water the center of their lives. Imagine for a moment the glory the city and its bustling ports once held in the days of yore, where the waterways were the main means of transportation and trade. Travelling around Koh Muang by boat can take around 1.5 to 2.5 hours, depending on how fast the boat is and how many stops it makes. Along the route you’ll find many temples
Khlong Hantra is a branch of the Pasak River that wends past many wonderful and old temples, such as Wat Pa Ko, Wat Dusitaram and Wat Hantra. The area is very cool and pleasant with a rustic lifestyle. According to the Royal Chronicle, Hongsawadee army Viceroy Burengnong invaded the camp of Phraya Mahasena at Tung Hantra. The army of Phraya Mahasena was scattered and escaped into Khlong Hantra to cross over to Wat Maheyong. Kayak service is available at the Sevenseas Restaurant across