Pai Second World War Bridge is 9 kilometers away from Pai County. During the Second World War, the iron bridge left by the Japanese was built. After many years, the bridge still stands, and to a certain extent, let everyone witness and not forget this history! Despite the inconspicuous bridge, some people decorated some interesting elements to make it feel emotional. In addition, you can also watch the sunset here. There is a river reflecting the sunset, sparkling and beautiful. The village under the bridge has a beautiful scenery, and the county is so unscrupulous and fresh, mixed with the natural wind of the country, do not have a style.
Warrior Bridge is one of the few historical monuments in Pai County. It is also a must-see for the county. These kinds of scenic spots usually imagined them to be magnificent and vicissitudes before they arrived, but when they saw it on the ground, they did not expect that the width of the Second World War Bridge was only half of that of Shanghai Baidu Bridge. If there are no historical stories as background, it is really just a small iron bridge! So, the Second World War Bridge is in our eyes, definitely not the first beauty.
When you arrive at the Second World War Bridge, don't just look at the scenery on the bridge. People who see the scenery can see you under the bridge! Follow the path along the bridge to pick up the stairs, under the bridge a natural and pleasant pastoral scenery, and then look back at the Second World War Bridge, the World War II Bridge in the sunset is backlit to outline the cool and heavy outline. Even a few decades ago, even a fairy tale dream, like Pai County, still can't escape the bonfire of war. Nowadays, no matter what we chase, we come to the Second World War Bridge and see it "rebirth."
Back on the bridge and saw the first celebrity in Pai County - captain Jack. Every time I take pictures with tourists, I feel very passionate. It feels that the artist is engaged in creative attitude, and I dont feel that taking pictures is just a means for him to make money and make a living. As a net of Pai County, he can be seen in many travel notes. Captain Jack brought a different kind of life to the legendary World War II Bridge. He walked from start to finish and listened to the sound of the water flowing under the bridge, as if at the end he told the story that happened on the bridge.
Pai County World War II Bridge, rusted iron bridge railings, broken old bridge bottom board is a trace of disrepair, engraved with vicissitudes. Several old tricycles and motorcycles were placed on the bridge, and the labels belonging to that era were attached. The river flows down the bridge, and the torrential water never stops.
World War II Bridge was built by the Japanese during World War II. The bridge is on the way to Chiang Mai in Chiang Mai. It is said that in 1942, Japan had already invaded a large number of Southeast Asia. In order to facilitate Thailand's attack on Myanmar and India, in order to facilitate the transportation of military operations, the Japanese decided to build a railway connecting the Thai-Myanmar border. In order to complete the railway that was built in six years, the Japanese army used bayonets to force hundreds of thousands of workers to work day and night. The heavy labor and bad conditions caused 16,000 prisoners of war and 100,000 civilians to die under the hunger and sickness of the Japanese army and ruin the wilderness. This flesh-and-blood railway is therefore called the "Death Railway."
The Pai Memorial Bridge is 9 kilometers from Pai County. It was built by Japanese soldiers during World War II and is now a very popular photo resort. The memorial bridge has been abandoned for a long time. In fact, thousands of tourists visit here every year. There is a tricycle and a rickshaw on the bridge, which can be used for tourists to take pictures.
In addition to the three-wheeled motorcycles and rickshaws, there are also Captain Cos Jack on the bridge, which is specially charged for taking photos with tourists. If you are interested, you can pay for a photo with him.
The Memorial Bridge is located in Pai, Thailand. It was built by Japanese soldiers during World War II to commemorate World War II. This is a popular shooting spot for sunsets and evenings. The
World War II bridge itself is not eye-catching, but some people have decorated some interesting elements to make it interesting. The World War II Bridge is one of the sunset spots in Pai, where you can see beautiful sunsets. When everyone is still taking pictures on the bridge, we have already gone to the bottom of the bridge.
The second bridge is under the small bridge, the flowing water is clear and transparent, and the river reflects the sunset and sparkles. Nowadays, the oppression and fear of war has not been felt in the Second World War Bridge. Instead, the sun is shining on the warm temperature of the bridge.
A moment before sunset, the breeze blows across the river bank, and as the delicate waves slowly go away, they will be different from you at such a dusk, pai.
The Pai Historical Bridge is a steel bridge that was built by Japanese soldiers during World War II. The dark green steel frame on the bridge and the old wooden boards seem to be outdated. But some people have decorated some interesting elements on the bridge, making it a popular shooting point. On one side of the bridge there is a wooden sedan model where people can take a photo in the car.