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The Bridge over the River Kwai was built by Prisoners of War during World War II. Travel over the Death Railway and explore the Hellfire Pass, both built to connect Myanmar and Thailand during the war.
Our Bridge over The River Kwai itinerary has been intricately designed for those who wish to see iconic sites and magnificent treasures. You'll travel with the assurance that all your arrangements are taken care of. You will be accompanied by our industry-leading guides whose unparalleled knowledge and talent will turn your tour into an unforgettable experience.
Early this morning you will be met at your Bangkok hotel and transferred to the
railway station for your train journey to Kanchanaburi. Stop at the Bridge over the River Kwai followed by a visit to the Allied Cemetery and the War Museum. (L)
Travel to the Hellfire Pass, where you can explore the museum and hike down the pass. After lunch visit the nearby Saiyoke Noi Waterfall where you can go for a swim (conditions permitting). (B,L) Due to the lack of water in dry season, you may not have the chance to swim at Saiyoke Noi Waterfall.
After check-out this morning you will be transferred by road to your Bangkok hotel where your arrangements end. (B)
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