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Witness the Bridge which served as inspiration for the film :
” The Bridge Over the River Kwai “.
Pay your respects to the prisoner of war at the War Cemetery and World War II Museum along with Khmer Stone Sanctuary from 11th century teaching you the legacy of the Khmer Empire.
All are flexible to your Need
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Hotel in Bangkok
06.30am > pick up time
As a Private Individual Trip, all are flexible to your Need. The Itinerary can be adapted, modified or even places can be added more or cut it less.
The Following are what you can expect to experience from this Trip.
Welcome & pick up from your Hotel by our local English speaking tour guide & private driver. Then heading to Kanchanaburi province.
First stop to visit War Cemetery , here about 9,000 the remains of the prisoners of war who lost their life during the Construction of the “ Death Railway ”
Thailand – Burma Railway Center or Death Railway Museum inside display the Event which happened during the Construction of the River Kwai Bridge and exibite the collections of photographs, pictures, articles, pistols, knives ,other related items and movies
The Bridge which served as inspiration of the film ” The Bridge Over the River Kwai ” . Built by the POWs during World War II – 1942 -1945
Next up proceed to vist Tham KraSae Death Railway Station
The most exciting & breathtaking part of the Death Railway , it seem the Rail hang on a deadly steep Cliff by the River Kwai.
Time for Thai & International Buffet Lunch at local Restaurant by the River Kwai.
Muang Sing Historical Park , situated on the Kwai-Noi River Bank , in a square shape of about 1 square kilometer with moats and earthen rams surrounded by city walls in Laterite.
At the center there were archaeological sites built in the Bayon Khmer art style, were probably built in 11th Century coinciding with the Reign of King Jayavarman VII of Cambodia.
After finish, drive through the country side back to Bangkok.