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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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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
Cha-am is the most popular beach where tourist activities most abound, Hat Cha-am is a clean white beach of over 7 kilometers long. The middle area provides a variety of shops and recreations: water scooter, horse riding. The more tranquil atmosphere n the north and south of the beach provides outdoor leisurely pursuits such as sunbath, plunging in the natural environment and the localsâ&eur... read more
Kaeng Krachan is the biggest national park of Thailand spreading entirely over the Tanaosi mountain range and the West of Phetchaburi down to Hua Hin of Prachuap Khiri Khan Province.  It is the origin source of 2 main rivers in this area: the Phetchaburi River and Pran Buri River.Kaeng Krachan is the source of a great ecological diversity.  There are several kinds of forest including dry... read more
Amphawa, 63 km west of Bangkok, makes a popular day trip destination. It is home to a quaint floating market which cuts through Khlong Amphawa and a small community of vintage cafés, restaurants and wooden shop-houses selling artsy souvenirs, books and Thai sweets. Vendor boats park along the two canal banks, ready to whip up a bowl of ‘boat noodles’, rice porridge, even grilled... read more
The biggest reservoir in Central Thailand, the Pa Sak Cholasit Dam was constructed as part of the Maenam Pa Sak Royal Development Project, an initiative of King Bhumibol. Constructed in 1989, the earth (soil)-filled dam with a clay core was granted the name by His Majesty the King who presided over its opening on 25 November 1999. The Dam stretches over Lop Buri and Saraburi Provinces. It is 4,860... read more

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