My Thailand Holiday

the Palace


Floating market of Chao Phraya river


Kanchanaburi War Cemetery (Don Rak) , from WWII


You can also take a walk to cross the bridge on foot, too.

Bridge over River Kwai

Perhaps the best known attraction of Kanchanaburi, featured in world’s famous book and film, The Bridge on the River Kwai is part of the infamous Death Railway, spanning over Kwai Yai River, built by the prisoners of the World War II under the supervision of Japanese Imperialism Army. The 415-kilometer railway was built to connect Thailand and Myanmar to secure supplies to the Japanese army during their Greater East-Asian War. It is called the Death Railway as it involved the death of too many people during the construction period, between September 16, 1942 and on 25 December 1943 when it completed. It is estimated that more than 16,000 war prisoners (POWs) from England, Australia, Holland and America, together with some 90,000 labors from Thailand, Myanmar, Malaysia and Indonesia, died during the construction through experience a series bombing raids and cruelness of the Imperial Japanese Army.


Tuk Tuk ride


this offerings reminds me of Bali...

Lunch on the boat while touring Khancanaburi

Mom and I enjoyed it verrrrry much!

grey T shirt by Billabong|black top by Pull in|bag by Elizabeth|sunglasses by Roxy


  1. So many stunning buildings and views! And I also really like your sandals. x

  2. oh i really want to go to thailand! i've heard so many stories that the shopping and food are to die for! :)