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We booked a driver from Kanchanaburi to take us to Hellfire pass. As we were then taking the train to Bangkok that afternoon, our hotel recommended the driver drop is at this station to catch the train so we could also see the bridge (rather...More
My goodness this place is spectacular! Such a memorable experience to go and see this and walk the railway (a little scary at times) and to see a train come through, luckily we were not on the railway at the time. Well worth a visit...More
Great Experience and interesting place to visit. Breathtaking views start about five minutes before you pull into the station of Tham Krasae. Walking across the bridge is a little scary but has to be done, the cave next to the bridge has a statue of...More
We took the train ride from Kanchanaburi to Tham Kra about 1.5hours journey.
The train ride were quite full, so to get a nice spot is important especially window seat on the left side of the train on your journey in to get the best...More
Awesome experience on the Tham Kra Sae Bridge. Very excited at the spot. But too many tourists. But a good tracking. Its a bit dangerous walking on the train track up on the cliff but that was very experiential. Love it.!!!
We took the train from Kanchanaburi to here, which took around 1.5 hours and cost 100 baht per person. Its a brilliant place to stop, there's Krasae Cave to visit, and you can walk down the tracks to take pictures, we probably walked about 1.5km...More
After boarding the Train for the Death rail ride ( train Ride over Bridge over River Kwai) the disembarking station is Tham Kra Sae
After getting of the Train it is a 5 minute walk to this Small Wooden bridge there is a small cave...More
Parking is available in front of a small market then walk through local market. A final point of market is starting point of train stop " Tham Kra Sae " .Walking along the railway, a small cave, there is a Bhuddha inside.
Take the train from river Kwai bridge station at +\-10:45 and enjoy the ride through to Tham Kra Sae bridge. Train stops both ends of this wooden trestle bridge. Get off at the 2nd stop and start walking back over the bridge. Small cave on...More
When you buy your ticket, ask for Nam Tok. You can only buy one way at the Kwai bridge ticket office. I think you can step off at Tham Kra Sae then jump back on the next train to Nam Tok. You may have to start on the early... More
When you buy your ticket, ask for Nam Tok. You can only buy one way at the Kwai bridge ticket office. I think you can step off at Tham Kra Sae then jump back on the next train to Nam Tok. You may have to start on the early train to fit it all in with the train schedule. Hope this helps and safe travels. Strangely i am currently watching the River Kwai movie at home. Lest we forget
I have no idea if there would be a bus from Mallika through to Krasae but even if there was it would probably still drop off on the main road (some way from the railway). Although I might be wrong your second option of going... More
I have no idea if there would be a bus from Mallika through to Krasae but even if there was it would probably still drop off on the main road (some way from the railway). Although I might be wrong your second option of going back to Kanchanaburi seems impractical.
I have little doubt there would be options available from local travel agents in Kanchanaburi that would take you on a minibus to these places, returning to Kanchanaburi on the train from Tham Krasae. If you are determined to use the local bus then the best option might be to get a taxi from Mallika to Tham Krasae station and catch the train back to Kanchanaburi.