Kanchanaburi, capital of Kanchanaburi Province, is home to the Burma Railway (aka “Death Railway”) bridge built by Allied POWs during WWII and immortalized in Bridge Over the River Kwai. A memorial and two museums commemorate those who died in the effort, and a yearly carnival includes a pyrotechnic recreation of the bridge’s bombing. The wider province offers forests and caves to explore, and beautiful waterfalls.

West Wonder Waterpark

West Wonder Water park is the new attraction place in Kanchanaburi, Thailand. We located in the city of Kanchanaburi, near by River Kwai Bridge, which is the land mark for tourism. West Wonder Water park has area approx. 32,000 Sq.m fulfill with the 500 m long lazy river, 6 water slides,3 food shop, Shop, and etc. We are the largest and most excited place in Kanchanaburi.

Kanchanaburi War Cemetery

The town of Kanchanaburi is 129 kilometres North-West of Bangkok and is best reached by road, along the National Highway which runs north from the capital. There are bus and train services from Bangkok. Kanchanaburi War Cemetery is situated adjacent to Saeng Chuto Road which is the main road through the town. When approaching from Bangkok, the cemetery is on the left side of the road, towards the...

Chong Kai War Cemetery

Chungkai was one of the base camps on the Burma-Siam railway and contained a hospital and church built by Allied prisoners of war. The war cemetery is the original burial ground started by the prisoners themselves, and the burials are mostly of men who died at the hospital. There are now 1,426 Commonwealth and 313 Dutch burials of the Second World War in this cemetery.


ElephantsWorld was founded in 2008 and is a sanctuary for sick, old, disabled, abused and rescued elephants, who will receive the rest and joy that they deserve. They can enjoy themselves in their own natural environment here until their last breath. At ElephantsWorld we work for the elephants, instead of them for us! As a visitor you get to enjoy very memorable experience with these beautiful...