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The Bridge over the River Kwai  formed part of the Thailand - Burma Railway, also known as the « Death Railway » during World War 2 . It  was a 415 kilometres railway linking Bangkok in Thailand  and Rangoon in Burma. It  was built by the Empire of Japan  in order  to support its forces during the Thailand – Burma - India campaign.




Erawan Waterfall is very appreciated and known  by  tourists from all over the world as one of the most  beautiful waterfalls in Thailand. Situated in Erawan National Park, the trekking length of this 7-tier waterfall reaches up to  2,200 meters.

The Tiger Temple in Kanchanaburi-Thailand allows everybody to get up close and personal with these amazing animals :  a once  in a life time enjoyable  experience not to be missed !

                                                  

          Elephant Trekking in the jungle                 Wat Tham Sua and Wat Tham Khao Noi  
          and Bamboo Rafting along the River     are  two adjacent temples in Kanchanaburi 
          Kwai in Kanchanaburi is not fearful       with beautiful Thai and Chinese style which
          and helps to build a lot of fun.                        are definitely worth a visit !
                                 

                                             

              The Mon Bridge in Sangklaburi               The Kanchanaburi World War 2 cemetery
             is the longest wooden bridge in              contains 8,732 graves of dead soldiers
             Thailand linking Sangklaburi and                    from Australia, New Zealand,
             Mon Villages.                                           the United Kingdom, Holland, the USA
                                                                                   Commonwealth countries.



                                           

Hin Dad natural  Hot Spring                             The Death Railway on the bank of 
is a natural hot water pond for bathing.         River Kwai Noi was built  under the  
It was discovered  by  Japanese                      decision of the imperial Japanese army as          
soldiers during  the Second                            part of the 415 km long Burma-Thailand railway
World war.


KANCHANABURI is the largest of the Western provinces of Thailand. Neighbouring provinces are (from North clockwise) TakUthai ThaniSuphan BuriNakhon Pathom and Ratchaburi. In the west it borders the Kayin State, the Mon State and the Tanintharyi Region of Myanmar. It is mostly visited by tourists who are attracted by its long history and ancient Asian-Thailand civilizations. Kanchanaburi is the location region of world famous Bridge over the River Kwai which played a major strategic role during World War II. The province is also famous for its natural attractions such as forests, mountains, caves and waterfalls.

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