Bridge on the River Kwai,

Bridge on the River Kwai

The bridge was part of the Thai-Burmese “Death Railway,” so named because of the scores of men who died during its construction. Japanese forces oversaw the project, as the railway would have helped bring supplies to their troops who were fighting the British in neighboring Burma.

Hike Erawan National Park,

Hike Erawan National Park

Erawan national park is another significant National Park in Thailand. Located in Kanchanaburi, Thailand, it has received many awards, with the most prodigious being the award in the natural attractions category at the 6th Thailand Tourism Industry Awards in 2006. Here lies the biggest and most beautiful waterfall of Kanchanaburi, Erawan Waterfall, which runs from the Huai Mong Lai River down a 2100 meters tall mountain

Hellfire pass museum,

Hellfire pass museum

This is a part of the Death Railway that was constructed during the Second World War using POW labor to cut through the mountain. Known among locals as the museum of Chong Khao Kad, it is a part of the Death Railway that was built cruelly by prisoners of war during the World War II. Hellfire or Chong Khao Kad is spot where the railway needed to cut through the mountain, which was really impossible but the POWs and labors were forced to use hand drills, picks and shovels to carve the rock so that a train could pass

Sai Yok Yai Waterfall,

Sai Yok Yai Waterfall

This is a waterfall fit for a king. Indeed, King Rama V once visited this site, and it’s been praised in Thai songs and poems. The falls are found within the Sai Yok Yai National Park, but are set back three kilometers from the road, so be prepared to do some walking or hop on a motorbike. You can also take a dip in the river or skim along it between the towering rock walls.