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The World War II Memorial Bridge was a historical construction built since the world war II period. In order to transport troops and equipment via Thailand to Burma, the Japanese army needed not only that piece of railway in Kanchanaburi, but also the route from Chiang Mai via Pai and Mae Hong Son into Burma. So the bridge still stands today as a reminder of times past.

  • Opening days

    Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday



  • Address

    1095 Rd., Mae Hi, Pai, Mae Hong Son 58130 Thailand

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