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Witness the bridge, which served as an inspiration for the film:
The Bridge Over the River Kwai
Pay your respects to the prisoners of war at the War Cemetery and World War II Museum, which together with the Khmer Stone Sanctuary from the 11th century, teaches you the legacy of the Khmer Empire.
As a private trip, everything is tailored to your specific requirements. The itinerary can be adapted, modified, or even places can be added more or cut less.
The following is what you can expect to experience from this trip.
WW II Memorial Sites.
Historical Park of ancient Khmer Temple.
All are flexible to your Need
More details in Itinerary.
Hotel in Bangkok
06.30am > pick up time
Welcome & pick-up from your hotel by our local English-speaking tour guide and private driver. Then head to Kanchanaburi province.
It takes about 2.30 hours to reach there.
The first stop is at the War Cemetery, which contains approximately 9,000 remains of prisoners of war who died during the construction of the “Death Railway.”
Next up, a little walk to visit Thailand – Burma Railway Center or Death Railway Museum.
Thailand – Burma Railway Center or Death Railway Museum inside displays the events that happened during the construction of the River Kwai Bridge and exhibits the collections of photographs, pictures, articles, pistols, knives, other related items, and movies.
After that, continue to visit the River Kwai Bridge, which served as the inspiration for the film “The Bridge Over the River Kwai.” During World War II, 1942–1945, POWs built this structure.
At about 11.00 am, take a train ride along the DEATH Railway and take a glimpse and indulge in the natural scenery. Before we get off, you will be excited and hold your breath when the train gradually glides through the rails. The part where it appears the rail is clinging to a deadly steep cliff over the River Kwai
Lunch at a local restaurant by the River Kwai.
After lunch, go to visit 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, which were probably built in the 11th century, coinciding with the reign of King Jayavarman VII of Cambodia.
After finishing, drive through the countryside back to Bangkok.