Japanese Troop Stoves During the World War II in Sai Yok National Park

War SitesDuring the World War II Japan moved it armed forces in to Thailand in the year 1941 A.D. The Japanese ultimate goals was to moved their troops in to Burma. They construction infamous Death Railway and securing the Sai Yok District was imperative to the Japanese overrun. And today one can still on the remnants of stoves the army build to fed their troops.

Japanese Troop Stoves During the World War II

Address: Mu 7, Saiyok Sub-district, Amphur Sai Yok, Kanchanaburi, Thailand 71150
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