The province is rich in natural resources, the major tourist destinations in the province. She also has a long history which is dated back to the 4th century and memorials from World War II. As the home of 7 national parks, the province covers vast areas of dense forests with several beautiful waterfalls, caves, hot springs and many species of wildlife. The ancient civilizations have left traces that can be seen in the archaeological sites and cultural centers. There are also a number of temples, some with Burmese influences. The main attraction is certainly the famous Bridge on the River Kwai. In World War II, the black iron bridge was brought by the Japanese army from Java to Thailand and is known as part of the 'Death Railway' which was build with the help of prisoners of war. The War Museum and the cemeteries remind us of this tragic time. Here we introduce you to the most popular sights
Pick up you at your hotel Hua Hin or Cha Am area for go Kanchanaburi.Arrival at Bridge of river Kwai and walk surround this landmark. Then go to restaurant.Lunch at Khrua Chuk Kon restaurant.We will Take a boat to Chong Kai War Cemetery visit 1hr. Situated only 2 kilometers south of town on the bank of the Kwai Noi River, this is where to pay respect to the 1,740 prisoners of the World War II who didn't have a chance to return home and rest in peace here. The site was formerly the prisoners of war camp.And then go to Wat Tham Phao pun. Once a major POW camp, the cave is now a revered Buddhist temple where locals visit to pray toward Buddha images are enshrined the cave’s middle chamber surrounded by stalactites and stalagmites.We will back to Hua Hin.Arrival at Hua Hin.