Bridge on the River Kwai and Thailand-Burma Railway Tour
"Fascinating nostalgic and memorable sums up this full day tour to Kanchanaburi 80 miles (130 kilometers) west of Bangkok. The province itself is an agricultural area with sugar cane rice paddies and pineapple plantations all forming significant portions of the stunning Thai rural landscape. Whether a war buff or rail enthusiast everyone has a different reason to see this symbolic bridge. The famous bridge and the beginning of the 'Death Railway' which lies 1 mile outside the town of Kanchanaburi is a poignant reminder of the thousands of POW's and forced laborers who lost their lives in the Second World War. The building of the bridge in 1943 was one part of a huge Japanese wartime project to link existing Thai and Burmese railway lines to creat
Private Tour: Thai Burma Death Railway Bridge on the River Kwai Tour from Bangkok
"Moving and memorable sums up your private Bridge on the River Kwai tour from Bangkok to Kanchanaburi 80 miles (130 km) west of the city. The Thai province is an agricultural area with sugar-cane fields rice paddies and pineapple plantations all forming significant portions of the rural landscape. The famous bridge which marks the beginning of the Death Railway is a poignant reminder of the thousands of POWs and forced laborers who lost their lives while building the railway during World War Two. The construction of the bridge in 1943 was one part of a huge Japanese wartime project to link existing Thai and Bur Burma (aka Myanmar)
"Learn about the history of the Burma Railway also known as the “Death Railway” on this 10-hour historical tour to Kanchanaburi approximately 80 miles (130 kilometers) west of Bangkok. Upon arrival you will tour the well-kept Wat Cemetery where there are an estimated 9000 Allied soldiers graves. The soldiers perished whilst constructing the notorious ""Death Railway” which the Japanese had hoped would stretch all the way to the Burmese border. Uncover the terrible history of the railway at the JEATH Museum
The Siriraj Medical Museum is a medical museum in the Siriraj Hospital Bangkok that is sometimes called the Museum of Death. There are a lot of different displays here including the mummified remains...
Plying the river from north to south, around the bend in the river where the main tourist attractions are located, the Chao Phraya Express boats offer a confusing, crowded but cheap and unforgettable...