Historically, Kanchanaburi province was home to the World War II Burma Railway built by prisoners of war and now houses two museums and a memorial to those imprisoned and killed in the effort. Today, the province is known for it's natural beauty in the forms of limestone caves, tropical jungles, hot springs and rushing waterfalls. Located outside of the city limits, the area holds seven national parks and is easily accessible to make an adventure filled day or overnight trip from Bangkok. The Kanchanaburi Caves are a great way to get away from the city hustle, hit the water and enjoy the natural beauty of Western Thailand.
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