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TT 3: The Bridge over The River Kwai Tour

7:00AM - 4:00PM


Morning:


Kanchanaburi Province: Visit The Thailand-Burma Railway Centre is an interactive museum, information and research facility dedicated to presenting the history of the Thailand-Burma Railway. This ran 415 km from Ban Pong in Thailand to Thanbuyuzayat in Burma, and was built by the Imperial Japanese Army during the second World War using Allied prisoners of war and impressed Asian labourers. The Centre is fully air-conditioned and offers the visitor an educational and moving experience

 

War Cemetery: A gruesome reminder of the World War II, this cemetery contains the remains of 6,982 war prisoners who lost their lives during the war

 

The Bride over The River Kwai: The iron monument to the cruelty of war, the Bridge was part of the Death Railway (JEATH Railway) and rebuilt after the war

 

Take a Ride Through History on the Death Railway (JEATH Railway): Travel along one of Southeast Asia's most historical tracks, namely the surviving stretch of the Death Railway. The winding track crosses the world-famous bridge and provides a clear indication of how difficult constructing the original track (long since repaired and restored) must have been. One particularly exhilarating stretch sees the line parallel the curving Kwai Noi on a wooden viaduct towering above the river and hugging a steep


Afternoon:


Arrive at Tham Krasae Station, Once the train has departed, Walking along the line on a Wooden Viaduct and pictures

Price B: 6,900 Baht for 2 persons

Inclusive:

+Private tour as indicated in itinerary
+Pick-up and drop-off at your hotel
+Private qualified and experienced english speaking tour guide
+Private air-conditioned minivan with driver
+All admission fees as indicated in itinerary
+All transfers and taxes