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The guide was absolutely brilliant, informing us of the trip and also Thailand's history. This trip was outstanding from the time we were picked up to the time we got dropped off at our hotel. The Floating Markets were quite an experience to see a different culture at work. Before arriving at the River Kwai, we visited the memorial and museum which was emotional. On arriving at the River Kwai we had lunch at a riverside restaurant. The food was Thai, and it was excellent. To our surprise, we then travelled up to the bridge by power boat before leaving for our hotel. Well worth seeing.
Well-organised, fun trip. My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Would definitely recommend it for all ages.
Very eventful and a lot of fun not to mention very educational with the historical facts of the bridge. Our guide was super nice, sweet, helpful and excellent in taking care of us. I would recommend this tour to all the tourists out there. One thing to improve on is the vegetarian choices for the lunch of this tour.
This was one of the best trips of our holiday to Thailand. The guide was very informative, and the journey was broken up with visits to two other interesting places, where we had the opportunity to see furniture being hand carved out of wood and also a coconut oil making demonstration. We had a lovely lunch on the river with fabulous views. We would highly recommend this tour.
Excellent trip. The market was the highlight of my Bangkok trip. I would recommend taking the extra boat that is paddled through the market. Lunch was excellent too. The whole trip was a good balance of activities and time in the coach out of the heat.
A fabulous trip. Long day but definitely well worth while. We saw so much. Only hiccup was trying to get back to our hotel in a minibus with traffic in Bangkok at a standstill. Excellent tour, excellent tour guide, highly recommended.
Viator has a wide variety of tours in all the countries I wanted to visit. Booking was quick and easy and I didn't have any problems.
Overall enjoyed tour however tour guide although friendly did not offer extra information to make the tour extra special. There was 3 of us in total so It would have been possible for the tour guide to take the tour to the next level.
Very knowledgeable guide, interesting to listen to. its was just too long, especially for a person who is not fond of markets
Loved the Bridge on the River Kwai. Floating market was so-so, but fun. A lot of idle time that could have either been used to sightsee or return early. Tip, when back in city, take the sky-train to your hotel, do not let them drop you off. You will be stuck in traffic for 1-2 hours.
This was a very good tour, our tour guide and driver were great, a 30 minute tour in a small paddle boat (only 150 baht per person) is a must to tour the market, pressure to purchase items is not excessive. River Kwai bridge and cemetery was an interesting site especially for someone with interest in the Pacific campaign of WWII
Enjoyable tour included sugar making stalls, orchid garden, views of salt pans, floating market, visit to elephant farm, River Kwai and war museum, and memorial ground. Also lovely buffet lunch at a quiet countryside location. Full day but long journey home. We were lucky to have the guide and mini bus to ourselves. Our guide, Yelly, was excellent. She ensured we were well informed about where we were going and what we saw, and she even bought us water and food supplies to keep us going, and gave us a present at the end of the tour of pictures of the floating market, painted by a friend of hers.
Pick up was clearly communicated to us via the hotel and on time.
Only downside of the trip was the driving. The driver seemed to constantly accelerate and then ease off the accelerator making the journey jerky. We weren't sure it was his driving or the bus, but it was annoying.