Cruise the River Kwai
HERITAGE AND SIGHTSEEING SITES
Along The River (K)Way
Some of the sites and experiences as a part of your cruise along the River Kwai package. Click the links below for small introductions to each of the outings and side trips that are available during your cruise.
Hin Dat Hot Spring in Kanchanaburi is a nature friendly compound where you can relax peacefully while soaking in mineral spring water pools.
Prasat Muang Sing, the westernmost outpost of the Khmer empire, is one of the most important historical sites found along the River Kwai.
The Hellfire Pass is one of the most sobering and evocative sites on earth for travelers interested in the appalling events of World War II.
The Tha Kilen Train Station holds a significant relevance in Thai history, more specifically about the construction of the Death Railway.
JEATH War Museum was built in 1977 to show the appalling conditions the WWII POWs had to endure while working on the infamous Death Railway.
Wat Tham Khaopoon is a cave system full of natural halls that are well lit and conceal nine caverns full of Buddhist and Hindu shrines.
The Tiger Cave Temple is a Thai-Buddhist meditation center which holds significant archaeological and historical importance in Thailand.
Phra Pathom Chedi is a large compound containing the largest Stupa in Southeast Asia (second in the world) with its highest peak at 120 m.
Built in 1881, Khao Noi Cave Temple, one of only two Chinese temples in all of Kanchanaburi, is perched on the hill top of Tumbon Tha Muang.