The nearby Hellfire Pass Memorial Museum was dedicated in 1998 to those who died constructing the railway. It discusses the hardships of the prisoners and contains a walking trail following the original pass accompanied by an audio guided tour and informative panels along the way.
Although the rail has stopped running to this particular area, it can be accessed from the Nam Tok Sai Yok Noi railway station, and most visitors take a day trip to see the Hellfire Pass from the nearby town of Kanchanaburi.
Tours & Tickets
Leave Bangkok behind on this three-day tour of Thailand’s historical and cultural attractions – including the UNESCO World Heritage-listed temples of ... Read more
Duration: 3 days, 2 nights
Overnight kayaking trip on the Kwai Noi River in the Kanchanaburi Province. You'll visit Hellfire Pass, Lawa Cave, Sai Yok Waterfall and sleep in a ... Read more
Sai Yok, Thailand
Duration: 2 days (approx.)