THAILAND'S KANCHANABURI PROVINCE, SOURCE OF KWAI RIVER
Kanchanaburi is the largest of the western provinces of Thailand. A province in the Central Plains, Kanchanaburi borders Burma to the west with the Tanaosi Range as a borderline. It is frequented by tourists who have been attracted by its long history and ancient civilizations, a location of the Bridge over the River Khwae – ‘Kwai’ as it is known internationally and scene of the historic World War II. The province is also famous for its natural attractions such as forests, mountains, caves and waterfalls.
FOTOPEDIA MAGAZINE | 05/20/13TEXT FROM WIKIPEDIA, cba SOME RIGHTS RESERVED.PHOTO BY Noppakun Dibakomuda, All rights reserved