Kanchanaburi War Cemetery

Final resting place for many who died, often in utterly awful conditions, on the Thai-Burma railway

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National Museum of Royal Barges
Dry dock hosting the royal barges which are still used for ceremonial processions
Khwae Yai Bridge
Important bridge built by Allied POWs who suffered terribly in World War Two
Damnoen Saduak Floating Market
Famous floating market where locals bring their produce to sell on a 19th century canal
Mae Klong Railway Market
Unusual market which has an active railway line running through it. When the trains come, the vendors simply pack up and clear the tracks!
Thai-Burma Railway Museum
Museum telling the story of the Thai-Burma railway
Sampran Riverside Thai Village Cultural Center
A place showcasing rural Thai life where visitors can take part in craft workshops then see folk dances and martial arts

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