You have been traveling around the world for a long time. But rafting journey or floating by the river, is it something you do for a few hours of fun, or for a living. If you are familiar with the idea or dreaming of one, float by or take a trip down to Kanchanaburi in Thailand for a blissful journey down the River Kwai. Of course, there are more to see and experience when in this beautiful province of World War-II history. Take a glimpse of its mesmerising riverside beauty, the famous River Kwai Bridge and more. Till you get there, enjoy the visual trip to this small, yet wonder of a place.
Quietly flows the serene River Kwai through Kanchanaburi. It remains symbolic of World War-II. Today, it’s lined by floating houses for tourists and visitors to the place.
A delightful view of the popular floating houses on the River Kwai in Kanchanaburi.
The old, yet famous River Kwai Bridge, which remains the main tourist attraction of the province. It is a part of the railway line of World War-II that connect Burma and Thailand. After the war, the Thai Government renovated it in 1946.
The railway line that runs along the cliff on one side and the River Kwai below. The track connects to the River Kwai bridge.
Pretty landscape of wooden bungalows along the hill and the lush valley. It is a famous landmark in Kanchanaburi.