The Bridge over the River Kwai is a railway bridge built on the River Kwai. It is a section of the "Death Railway" and contains a period of history during World War II. The Bridge over the River Kwai was once blown up, and now it has been rebuilt. Walking along the rails on the bridge should pay attention to whether there is a warning from the staff whistling and the whistle of the train. If there is a train passing through the viewing platform that is to stand on both sides of the railway to ensure safety. The scenery on the bridge is good. We walked from one end to the other and there is a Guanyin Temple. It happened to meet the train passing by and witnessed the whole process of the train crossing the bridge. It was very interesting.