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the Bridge on River Kwai

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One of the most famous attractions in Thailand is the bridge on the River Kwai. Made famous by the Oscar-winning 1957 film of the same namesake, the bridge, also known as the “Death Railway”, was constructed by Allied Prisoners of War under supervision of the Japanese Imperial Army.

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the Death Railway Bridge

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In 1943 thousands of Allied Prisoners of War (PoW) and Asian labourers worked on the Death Railway under the imperial Japanese army in order to construct part of the 415 km long Burma-Thailand railway.

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the Bamboo Rafting with Sunset Dinner

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Bamboo rafting on the mighty River Kwai and bullock-cart ride can be a wonderful adventure experience that you may never forget.

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Kasae Cave

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Krasae Cave or Tham Krasae Cave is located approximately 55 kilometers from Kanchanaburi, beside the surviving remnants of the Death Railway overlooking Khwae Noi River near Wang Pho Railway Station.

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Hellfire Pass

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Hellfire Pass or Konyu cutting was a particularly difficult section of the line to build, not only because it was the largest rock cutting on the railway, but also because of its remoteness and the lack of proper construction tools during building.

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Tiger Temple

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 Tiger Temple, or Wat Pha Lu
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Elephant Trekking & Bamboo rafting with dinner

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 Elephants have always been highly treasured and respected in Thai culture, and have worked alongside men since the early history of Siam. At the Mae Ping Elephant Camp, visitors will get a chance to see elephant skill demonstrations in a humane environment.

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Hin Ta and Hin Yai Rocks

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 Hin Ta and Hin Yai (Grandma and grandpa rocks) are truly fascinating rock formations. 

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Lad Koh

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 Lad Koh is one of the island's best viewpoint towards Chaweng, Lamai, and the Gulf of Thailand. 

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Elephant World Sanctuary

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Founded in 2008 and situated in the rural heartlands of Thailand, Elephants World is a non-profit sanctuary for rescued, sick, injured, abused and aged elephants. 

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