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Meet the notorious Death Railway.

Learn about Thailand’s Dark Past at the Kanchanaburi

Nestling on the banks of the River Kwae is the city of Kanchanaburi, wherein you’ll find the famous single-track rail bridge that was constructed during the WWII.

Because of the number of people whose life was taken away during this time, the bridge was then dubbed as the Death Railway. Find out more about this travel attraction, which has now become an iron bridge, in this review written on reliable travel website, called Fodor’s:

The city is most famous as the location of the Bridge on the River Kwai —a piece of the World War II Japanese "Death Railway" and the subject of the 1957 film of the same name starring Alec Guinness and Richard Holden (though the film was shot in Sri Lanka)… Sure-footed visitors can walk across the Bridge on the River Kwai, of which the arched portions are original. In December there's a big fair with a sound-and-light show depicting the Allied bombing of the bridge. Next to the bridge is a plaza with restaurants and souvenir shops.

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