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Sabai@Kan Resort

Sabai@Kan takes it name from the word ‘Sabai’ which means to relax and feel content . Sabai@Kan Resort located close to the renowned River Kwai Bridge, guests at this hotel are in for a memorable vacation with the ecstatic scenery and serenity of this town surrounded by nature. Our rooms have been carefully designed to give a natural calm ambience that is relaxing and elegant. Everyone can experience a true Thai style ‘Sabai Sabai’ feeling at our hotel.


Choose from a variety of sizes and styles.

Standard room

Standard Room with…

Superior Room

Superior Room the…


Triple Room

Triple Room family…

Kanchanaburi Famous Place

The River Kwai Bridge

The Bridge over the River Kwae since World War II

Erawan Waterfall

The waterfall flows down the hill through the tree and cliff, divided in to 7 tiers

Nam Tok Sai Yok Noi

one of the most spectacular waterfalls in Kanchanaburi with natural green surrounding


Sabai@Kan Resort was built in 2009 with owner’s intension to create a place for themselves and their guest to stay together in a natural atmosphere. For the hotel, The Owner has designed by themselves. Based on the condition of different area’s level, so it becomes a hotel as you can see now. We can enter the hotel from 2nd floor together with the garden and sound of water to relax every visitor.

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