After the war the dead were collectively reburied in the War Cemeteries and will remain forever witness to a brutal and tragic ordeal.
Don-Rak War Cemetery This War Cemetery is also known as the .
This private museum also features Khmer-style woodcarvings, a pair of elaborate Burmese Buddhas, and excellent paintings of Chinese deities.
30 Baht Thai-Burmese Railway Centre The TBRC is an interactive museum dedicated to the history of the Thailand-Burma Railway.
The Bridge on the River Kwai Internationally famous, thanks the several motion pictures and books, the black iron bridge was brought from Java by the Japanese supervision by Allied prisoner-of-war labour as part of the Death Railway linking Thailand with Burma.
Still in use today, the bridge was the target of frequent Allied bombing raids during World War II and was rebuild after war ended.
100 Baht Ban Kao National Museum This national museum is located 35 km from Kanchanaburi town it also overlooks the Kwai Noi River.
The museum was constructed beside a Neolithic burial site discovered by an Allied Prisoner Of War during the construction of the Death Railway.
Japanese army engineers selected the route which traversed deep valleys and hills.
free Chonk-Kai War Cemetery The second War Cemetery is about 2 km south of town on the bank of the Kwai Noi River and occupies the former Conk-Kai Prisoner of War Camp.
This cemetery is more peaceful, attractively landscaped and contains 1,740 remains (by countries: 1,379 British, 313 Netherlands, 42 Malayan and 6 Indian).
The Death Railway runs once 415 km from Ban Pong (Thailand) to Thanbuyuzayat (Burma).
The museum is located next to the Don-Rak War Cemetery.