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Day Tour in Kanchanaburi
River Kwai Travel
Package 1 ( RT 001 )
ํฺิิิฺฺ์• Erawan National Park
• Elephant Riding
• Bamboo rafting
• Train riding
• Bridge over the River Kwai

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River Kwai Travel
Package 2 ( RT 002 )
• Erawan National Park
• Elephant Riding
• Tiger Temple
• Bridge over the River Kwai

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River Kwai Travel
Package 3 ( RT 003 )
• Hellfire Pass Museum
• Sai Yok waterfall
• Elephant Riding
• Tiger Temple
• Bridge over the River Kwai

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Kanchanaburi
Bridge Over The River Kwai
Kanchanaburi is Thailand’s the third largest province, covers some 19,483.2 squarekilometers and borders Myanmar to the west of Bangkok. Kanchanaburi is the site of the world famous Bridge Over The River Kwai. Immortalized in books and river valleys have inspired development of hydro-electric power and where labyrinthine dam reservoirs provide further scenic elements to the province’s natural beauty. Beyond the compact provincial capital, some 129 kilometers,and a comfortable two-hour drive from Bangkok, where the Kwae Yai and  the Kwae Noi rivers unite to form the Mae Klong River, Kanchanaburi unfolds in progressively arresting scenic beauty in a landscape characterized by several waterfalls, caves once inhabited by Neolithic man, national parks and tranquil reverence and reservoir settings, Opportunities abound for bucolic living aboard rafts on dazzling rivers and reservoirs, and provide the focal point for nature lovers who deligsures without sacrificing basic comforts.

The Bridge Over The River Kwai
The Bridge over the River Kwai
Internationally famous bridge, as part of the Death Railway linking Thailand with Myanmar, was built by Allied prisoner of war labors under Japanese Supervision in the World War II. The Bridge, which spans the Kwai Yai River at Thamakham

  Krasae Cave & Wooden Bridge
 
Krasae Cave & Wooden Bridge A spectacular section of the Death Railway running along side of the mountain side. Constructed by the local & allied POW's, this part of the railway has to be one of the most interesting sections still in commission today, crossing it by foot or indeed by train this wooden bridge is quite an engineering eye opener. You will hopefully also enjoy the great views offered by the mountain & river scenery at this location. Nestled into the mountain side right besides the railway tracks you will find & explore the Krasae Cave. With several interesting Buddha images & rock formation these two sights are well worth taking the time to see & add to the over all fun & experience

  Death Railway
Death Railway Travel along the Death Railway by local train, (built between1942-1945) from stations end at Sai Yok Noi, over the Wooden Bridge, all the way back to the famous Bridge over the River Kwai into Kanchanaburi itself. You will experience the genuine route that the POW's gave their lives building meter by meter through, what was then, thick jungle full of danger & disease, now of course it is perfectly safe & the only discomfort is the knowledge that so many gave so much to accomplish this modest length of railway. It is a beautiful experience & we feel an important part of the offered tour. The train ticket cost is included within the purchase price of the tour. The Death Railway is an important part of Kanchanaburi history

Hellfire Pass Memorial
Hellfire Pass Memorial Located 80 km N. W. from the city of Kanchanaburi the Hellfire Pass & Memorial museum was set up as a joint Thai/Australian government combined project in 1994. The site was chosen for its particularly horrific part played during the Japanese occupation in WW2. A huge number of allied & local prisoners died during the building of this small stretch of the Death Railway. The Museum is situated at this section of the railway, & offers a clear& detailed education on what happened here during the war years, it is a must see if you are wanting information on what went on in this area during the WW2. It also offers several different walking routs along the original track. Stout walking boots, sun protection & plenty of water are advised if taking the longer walks.

Earwan national Park
Erawan National Park In our view probably the most spectacular sets of waterfalls in the whole of Thailand. Set within the Erawan National Park the trek up to the head of the falls is stunning to say the least. With seven tiers of waterfalls set over a 2 km hike through beautiful forest, you could not ask for a more perfect setting in which to spend your time. The water is clear & fresh & after a hike through the forest you will enjoy taking a swim in the fresh water pools along the way so make sure you remember your towel & swimming costume. Good walking foot wear is also strongly recommended for an tour involving any trekking. If your lucky you might get to see some of Thailand's less frequently seen wildlife whilst in the park.

War Cemetery
War Cemetery This War Cemetery is also known as the Kanchanaburi War Cemetery. It is located opposite Kanchanaburi's Railway Station on Saengchootoe Road. It contains the remains of 6,982 Australian, Dutch and British war prisoners who lost their lives during the construction of the Death Railway.
 Workers on the Death Railway
Total Deaths
Asian Laborers
200,000
+/- 80,000
British POW's
30,000
6,540
Dutch POW's
18,000
2,830
Australian POW's
13,000
2,710
American POW's
700
+/- 356
Korean & Japanese soldiers
15,000
1,000

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