The Bridge over the River Kwai

This famous bridge is spans the Kwai Yai River. It was brought from Java by the Japanese Army and assembled at the River Kwai by the war prisoners. Bombed several times in 1945, it was rebuilt after the war. The curved spans of the bridge are the original sections. An estimated 16,000 war prisoners and 49,000 impressed labourers died during the constrution of the bridge and the Death-Railway line that leads to Burma.

There will be a light and sound presentation at the bridge during the River Kwai Bridge Week around November 26 - December 7 (one week only).

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