|River Kwai Bridge in Kanchanaburi.|
The Bridge Over The River Kwai, Kanchanaburi Thailand,Thanks to several films and books, the Bridge on the River Khwae has become notoriously famous and attracted both Thais and foreigners to the site. If an ordinary black iron bridge can tell a story, you can be sure it's a dramatic one.
|Tiger Temple " Monk and Tiger in Temple " Kanchanaburi|
Tiger Temple " Monk and Tiger in Temple " Kanchanaburi, Tiger Temple,Western Thailand which keeps numerous animals, among them several tame tigers that walk around freely once a day and can be petted by tourists. The Theravada Buddhist temple is located in the Saiyok district of Thailand's Kanchanaburi province, not far from the border with Myanmar, some 38 km north-west of Kanchanaburi along the 323 highway. It was founded in 1994 as a forest temple and sanctuary for numerous wild animals. In 1995, it received the Golden Jubilee Buddha Image, made of 80kg of gold. In 1999 the temple received the first tiger cub; it had been found by villagers and died soon after. Several tiger cubs were later given to the temple, typically when the mothers had been killed by poachers. As of 2006, over ten cubs had been born at the temple and the total number of tigers was about eighteen.
|World War ll Museum in Kanchanaburi.|
Worlld War ll Museum in Kanchanaburi , The private sector Museum that collects lots of World War II Story, such as war instruments photographs, Uniforms, ect.. Located on the bank of Kwae River nearby the Bridge on the River Kwae opens daily from 7:00-8:30 hrs.
|World War ll Cemetery in Kanchanaburi|
World War ll Cemetery, On Saengchootoe Road, opposite the Railway Station, about 1 kilometre from town, it contains the remains of 6,982 war prisoners who lost their lives during the construction of the " Death Railway "
|Death Railway in Kanchanaburi|
Death Railway Kanchanaburi.In 1943 thousands of Allied Prisoners of War ( PoW ) and Asian laborers worked on the Death Railway under the imperial Japanese army in order to construct part of the 415 km long Burma-Thailand railway. Most of these men were Australians, Dutch and British and they had been working steadily southwards from Thanbyuzayat (Burma) to link with other PoW on the Thai side of the railway. This railway was intended to move men and supplies to the Burmese front where the Japanese were fighting the British.
|Saiyok Noi Fall in Kanchanaburi|
Sai Yok Noi Waterfall , This waterfall is located 2 kilometres from Nam Tok station and about 62 kilometres from Kanchanaburi. Its landscape is one of the most beautiful place in Thailand. During the rainy season is the best period for playing around in this waterfall (July-October) Daily train trips from Bangkok Nam Tok Station start at 06:10 am, 10:55 am and 04:26 pm
|Hell Fire Pass in Kanchanaburi|
Hell Fire Pass Kanchanburi ; Once part of the Death Railway during the World War II, the pass is located near kilometers marker 66 on the Sai Yol-Thong Pha Phum Road and now abandoned. Hellfire Pass Memorial Museum To commemorate all those who died in the Pacific during this period, the Australian Government in cooperation with the Government of the Kingdom of Thailand, has provided this interpretive memorial, the Hellfire Pass Memorial Museum and Walking Trail.
|Erawan Waterfall - Erawan National Park in Kanchanaburi|
Erawan Waterfall - Erawan National Park in Kanchanaburi Water Fall in Kanchanaburi , The 7 levels of this stunning waterfall drops 1,500 m. down steep-sided cliffs. It is surrounded by beautiful forest with many types of trees and orchids. There is a trail as far as the 6th level and from there you have to scramble up the cliff to reach the 7th level. The climb is well worth the effort, for the sight of tumbling water, spraying off the boulders into the deep pool below. This fall resembles the head of the Erawan Elephant-the 3-headed elephant from Hindu Mythology-which gives the whole waterfall its name
|Elephant Camp in Kanchanaburi|
Elephant Camp in Kanchanaburi ; In Thailand, elephants are the most revered of all animals and are still a very active part within Thai society and culture. This Elephant Camp is Located near Wang Pho Railway Station. Elephant shows, elephant riding and rafting are provided for visitors. It opens at 8.00 a.m.–6.00 p.m.
|Bamboo Rafting in Kanchanaburi - River Kwai |
Bamboo Rafting in Kanchanaburi
|Prasat Muang Sing Historical Park in Kanchanaburi|
Prasat Muang Sing Historical Park Kanchanaburi
|Thailand-Burma Railway Centre in Kanchanaburi|
The Thailand-Burma Railway Centre in Kanchanaburi
|Sai Yok National Park in Kanchanaburi - River Kwai|
Sai Yok National Park
|Krasae Cave or Tham Krasae in Kanchanaburi|
Krasae Cave (Tham Krasae)
|Lava Cave or Kaeng Lava Cave Kanchanaburi|
Lava Cave or Kaeng Lava Cave in Kanchanaburi.
|Three Pagodas Pass in Kanchanaburi - River Kwai|
Three Pagodas Pass
|Kanchaburi Safari Park in Kanchanaburi|
Safari Park in Kanchanaburi
|Prommitr Film Studio in Kanchanaburi|
Prommitr Film Studio in Kanchanaburi
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