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Tham Kra Sae Bridge

Kanchanaburi, Thailand
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Where you get in the train to Death Railways.

This is a nice spot also for take pictures and make a short walk around to see the impresive... read more

Reviewed 3 May 2017
ChailitGobert
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Bangkok, Thailand
Good views of the cave, the bridge, and the river.

We came by a car. The cave is a short walk from the parking. The cave was very busy the tourists... read more

Reviewed 29 April 2017
BangkokSachse
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Sachse, Texas
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Kanchanaburi, Thailand
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Reviewed 3 May 2017

This is a nice spot also for take pictures and make a short walk around to see the impresive landscape before getting in the train.

Thank ChailitGobert
Reviewed 29 April 2017 via mobile

We came by a car. The cave is a short walk from the parking. The cave was very busy the tourists. The views on the bridge were beautiful.

Thank BangkokSachse
Reviewed 23 April 2017

I think if you can read more about the history of the bridge the more special you will feel while you are visiting the place. Good to see the old trains here ,enjoy the sun and relax.

Thank 嘉儀 沈
Reviewed 21 March 2017

One of the places one will see the old wooden structures making the train journey possible, also a cave with a buddhist temple inside. Again many eating houses and a market selling some good stuff including Thai clothing. Some great photo opportunities too with a...More

Thank PrawnIni
Reviewed 18 March 2017

This is part of what made history. The cute station of the same name reminded me of the railway station of Fiddler on the roof !

Thank Shubha Y
Reviewed 13 March 2017

Not really a bridge so much as a trestle, hugging the side of the mountain. The original trestle was built by prisoners during WWII as a major link of the Burma-Thai railroad. Now rebuilt, the trestle and rail line is still used. Great views to...More

Thank Raintree_Thailand
Reviewed 12 March 2017

The train took 1 hour to get there and 1 hour back, there was not much to see, just cave with Buddha. We were disappointed

Thank bzfrntc
Reviewed 24 February 2017

We we're taken here by our guide to visit the cave which is accessed via the railway bridge where there is a great viewing point down the valley and across the river. The cave was once used by the Japanese army during the building of...More

Thank GH24
Reviewed 10 February 2017

Okay, you wouldn’t get in the car and drive for 45 minutes to visit this place. But like most Kanchanaburi attractions, it goes well as a side trip on the way to another destination. One of the best is to combine the cave with a...More

Thank gary m
Reviewed 24 November 2016

This is an amazing bridge to visit, the wooden structure is so well built; and to think of the conditions it was built under. You are able to walk along the tracks, and this is a great experience given the height of the bridge and...More

Thank Nick M
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jalee77
HI, I'm planning a visit to Kanchanaburi.. i can afford to stay over a few days.. I wan to visit the interesting attractions there .. Any possible itineraries?
21 December 2014|
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Response from JohnADelaney | Reviewed this property |
We stayed for two days, went to hellfire pass museum followed by death bridge, onto Sai Yok national Park for river rafting, there is another national park with a waterfall Erawan, then Hindad hot springs, there also plenty... More
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