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“Possibly the most scenic part of the River Kwai”

Tham Kra Sae Bridge
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Reviewed 9 December 2017

This was my umpteenth visit to this spot and the views are still as amazing as they were on my first visit. This time I had a drone which allowed me to do the views some justice.

Thank Barry S
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"krasae cave"
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"death railway"
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"excellent photos"
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"slow pace"
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"terrible history"
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"lots of shops"
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"train passes"
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"wooden structure"
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"historical landmark"
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"railway station"
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"tiger temple"
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Reviewed 21 September 2017

We hired a motorbike to get out to this place. Fantastic old bridge - makes you really think about how hard it would have been to build these. Would have loved to see a train on it. Went to the coffee shop o the river and they didnt' really ha e anything to sell. Opportunity lost.

Thank Libby W
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Reviewed 31 August 2017

The place is famous for the death railway, but you hardly realize anything about it while visiting because the place just looks peaceful and amazing. We walked a bit along the railway, visited the cave at the entrance, took photos and waited for the next train (they go very slowly as they know there are people walking carelessly everywhere I guess). A beautiful place for a terrible past... There are souvenirs and snacks shops at the entrance, nothing extraordinary but it can be practical.

1  Thank BananaLu
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Reviewed 12 August 2017

This is about an 70km drive from Kanchanaburi, but worth it. A very thought provoking place, so beautiful with so much terrible history of man's inhumanity to man.

Thank einhorrido
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Reviewed 15 July 2017

This is a historical landmark. Though there is nothing to tell you about it (leave it to the museum), it is a great place to spend for an hour or two. You can walk along the bridge as well as go to a small street market where you can buy some Thai souvenirs. Since this is in the middle of nowhere it is best to make sure you get on the train back that comes 1 or 2 hours after or you;ll be stuck there.

Thank timoshym
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