E31***062.5 hours train ride to Kanchanaburi for River Kwai Bridge is truly worth it. Beautiful river scenery and awesome railway bridge. Train approaching and passed by beside was a thrilling experience. Enjoying local Thai food in their carnival tent with nice music & songs.
E31***067 levels of waterfalls to explore. 1.5 hours bus journey from Kanchanaburi bus terminal. Each ticket 50.baht. Buses go almost every hour and stop directly at the park entrance. Beautiful Erawan nature park for family picnic n swimming.
_We***07This museum is very big. Not only does it have indoor museums, but also outdoor museums. It shouldn't be considered a museum outside, but it is also an attraction. It is worth taking a look. There are many displays in the room, including items from World War II.
E31***06The War Cemetery is just 10 minutes walk from the Kanchanaburi train station. There is only a brief history write out both in English and Thai. A peaceful place to pay respect to those who had sacrifice building the River Kwai Bridge and railways.
小虫寵The waterfalls in Sai Yok National Park are at different water levels and are very beautiful, especially after heavy rains. The surrounding parks are worth exploring. You can take a day trip in Bangkok. The whole itinerary is from 8 am to 8 pm. There are also tent camping or cabin accommodation in the park.
千山任我行The Allied Cemetery is a very worth seeing spot. There are several cemeteries in the Kanchanaburi district. At a glance, there are countless tombstones, basically all prisoners of war sacrificed to build the death railway. The mood of walking in it is beyond description.
feel like in Bali .. but it’s in Thailand 🇹🇭 #thailand #kanchanaburi
Fahpawa - Travel
Visiting one of the top visiting point in Kanchaburi. The River Kwai Bridge also known the (Death Railway in Kanchanaburi Province of Thailand. The bridge is full of historical significance. Thailand never colonised, but certainly occupied It’s a frequently touched upon matter of pride for Thais, and the Thai state, that Thailand has never been fully colonised. Yet, while Thailand may indeed never have been colonised, it has at various times been occupied by foreign powers, including by the Japanese during World War Two. This took the form of the now infamous Death Railway, constructed by the Japanese using the forced labour of hundreds of thousands of civilians from southeast Asia and prisoners of war from the Allies’ forces. When talking about "River Kwai", often people are automatically thinking of (about) the Bridge. However, the river is a life line of Kanchanaburi and its people
Ravi Riva Cafe, Kanchanaburi, Thailand: This is a lovely cafe with nice decoration in Kanchanaburi province. Also, this place is good for check in and instagramable. The food and drinks there are also good. It is hard to find the cafe though. #wintergetaway