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The River Kwai Bridge was built in 1943, over Mae Klong river (the Kwai Yai River).
"The notorious Burma-Siam railway, built by Commonwealth, Dutch and American prisoners of war, was a Japanese project driven by the need for improved communications to support the large Japanese army in Burma.
During its construction, approximately 13,000 prisoners of war died and were buried along the railway. An ...
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Also known as Khao Phang Waterfall, about 60 kilometers from town on Highway 323. The roadside cascade is best visited between July - September, when water is most plentiful. Visitors can take a train from town to Nam Tok Station and continue by local transport to the waterfall, which is 2 kms away.... read more
65 kms from Kanchanaburi along route 3199. this 220 sq.km. national park is the site of the 7-tiered Erawan waterfall, widely regarded as being one of Thailand's loveliest cascades. A mountainside forest setting includes dense bamboo groves which support numberous bird species. The park's other major attraction is the spectacular Phra That Cave which contains monumental stalagmites. Bungalow accom... read more
69 kms from Kanchanaburi, and just 4 kms north of the Erawan National Park, this massive structure marks the southern most extremly of an extensive reservoir, which is part of yet another national park.... read more
This flows directly into the Kwai Noi River, and is the most popular attraction in the 300 sq.kms of Sai Yok National Park. Its idyllic beauty has been repeatedly celebratged in Thai poetry and song. Wildlife in Sai Yok's deciduous forests include small mammals such as bats, squirrels and deer, and numerous bird species, including wreathed hornbills and blue-winged pittas. The waterfall is 104 kms... read more

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