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This tour was well organized and used newer, air conditioned vehicles. The guides were knowledgeable and good representatives of their homeland cultures. Given that English is their second language there were inevitably some moments when communication was limited, but overall understanding was sufficient.
We felt rushed at the Death Railway Museum, as there is much to view and understand there.
Jungle Rafts Hotel is a terrific experience and we highly recommend it, with the caveat that there is no electricity. This means no lights (The staff prepares kerosene lights for each cabin and the room key comes with a small flashlight.), no air conditioning, no WiFi and no place to charge devices. The upside is a beautiful location, tasty and plentiful food and a once in a lifetime chance to swim in the River Kwai.
The included visit to Hellfire Pass Interpretive Center was a highlight for us, a beautiful but emotional review of a terrible wartime event.
As others have noted, it is good to take plenty of small Thai Baht bills for tips and small purchases.
We chose to travel light, having stored our larger suitcases at our Bangkok hotel, and we were glad we did, as it made transferring between vehicles and the small boats much easier.
Finally, we would recommend planning your visit during cooler months, as the heat and humidity can be severe in the hot seasons.
Was a fantastic 2day trip. Would highly recommend, accom as per itinerary, food great and local guide fantastic. Guide on bus had very poor English and was difficult to understand when giving history on bus. Need small notes in cash as only cash once at rafts and they seemed to struggle with big notes for change.
Explore Kanchanaburi’s harrowing past on 2-day, joint or private guided tour to Hellfire Pass and the Death Railway. Visit the region’s most important World War II sites: walk among the War Cemetery’s allied graves, then learn their stories at the Thailand-Burma Railway Center and the famous bridge across the River Kwai. Board a riverboat for Hellfire Pass, where POWs died in miserable conditions, then return to Thailand’s vivid, thriving present with an evening traditional dance presentation and a visit to a rural Mon tribal village.
The visit to the historic Hell Fire Pass and the memorials to the Thai- Burma Railway was well worth the time. The history of this area is important to appreciate the sacrifice by tens of thousands of prisoners of war and others.
The tour was efficient and your guides were knowledgeable and friendly. The only downside was contending with the Bangkok traffic on return.
A special two days tour to River Kwai to visit the memorable places such as the Bridge over the River Kwai, Hellfire Pass, Thai-Burma Death Railway Museum, War Cemetery, and Mon Tribal Village & Temple. Enjoy riding the Death Railway Train passing through the wooden viaduct and boat trip along the scenic Maeklong River.
Experience Thailand’s moving history on a 2-day tour from Bangkok to Hin Tok River Camp at Hellfire Pass. Visit POW gravestones in an allied cemetery, then learn their tragic stories at the Thailand-Burma Railway Centre. Stand on the famous bridge across the River Kwai, and mount the notorious Hellfire Pass, where you’ll sleep in a luxurious jungle camp and explore dirt tracks on a short trek or morning bike ride. Board a longtail riverboat to a Mon tribal village and take an afternoon ride on the historic ‘Death Railway.’
Get a comprehensive tour of the River Kwai area, including a visit to the cemetery of Kanchanaburi, on this 2-day tour from Bangkok. All entrance fees, meals per itinerary, pickup in Bangkok, and one night's stay at the River Kwai Resotel included.
Journey along Thailand's most famous waterway on this 3-day tour to the storied River Kwai. Travel from Bangkok to the Kanchanaburi province, where you'll learn about the tragic history of the Thailand–Burma Railway, built by Allied POWs during WWII. Take a ride on the so-called 'Death Railway,' visit the notorious Bridge over the River Kwai, and observe local customs at a Mon tribal village. Ride a long-tailed boat to the River Kwai Jungle Rafts resort, where you'll stay each night with the river flowing right beneath your room. Enjoy included meals surrounded by the lush scenery.
Unlock the beauty of Thailand on this 6-day northern Thailand tour from Bangkok to Chiang Mai. Travel through the beautiful countryside, past epic landscapes and ancient ruins, with your friendly, professional guide. Learn about local culture and age-old traditions on your visit to a traditional hill tribe village near Chiang Rai, where you’ll gain a deeper understanding of rural Thai life. Wander the colorful streets of the popular travel destination of Chiang Mai. Head off to the Thai-Mayanmar (Burma) border, where you’ll walk across the bridge (conditions permitting), and check out stunning views from the Golden Triangle—a point where Laos, Mayanmar and Thailand meet. Enjoy an optional boat ride on the famous Mekong River and eat like a local with meals at typical Thai restaurants served up daily.
Discover the wonders of Cambodia by going on a comprehensive overland tour from Bangkok. An organized tour takes the stress out of navigating and working out border procedures. A guide will accompany you on the bus and assist when crossing the border. You’ll save hours researching things to do in Cambodia, as a full itinerary and accommodation are included. Highlights include Siem Reap, Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, and Ta Prohm.
Bangkok is one of the largest cities in South East Asia and it can be overwhelming for first-time visitors. This starter package ensures a stress-free introduction to Bangkok with a private airport arrival transfer, two nights’ accommodation, and a guided bike tour of the city, taking in sights such as Wat Arun, Chinatown, and the Flower Market.
Designed for travelers looking to escape the bustle of Bangkok, this 2-day tour of the Kanchanaburi province, including a night on a floating house on the Kwai River, offers natural beauty and historic monuments in equal measure. Tick off highlights such as the Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, the Burma Railway (Death Railway), and Hellfire Pass. Overnight accommodation, four meals, entrance fees, and hotel pickup are included.
Explore the River Kwai area, including two nights' accommodation in a traditional floathouse, on this 3-day tour. Take a jungle trek, visit Hellfire Pass on the Death Railway, the Cemetery of Kanchanburi, and learn about the Mon people during a village visit. Some meals and pickup and drop-off in Bangkok is included.
Khao Yai National Park is one of the finest natural attractions in Thailand.
It contains a wide range of plant and animal life including elephants, bears, gibbons, deer, gaur, wild pigs, porcupines and civet cats.
Our 3-day tour Khao Yai Safari contains hiking, safari drives, a visit to a waterfall and a scenic viewpoint. A mix of wildlife watching and enjoying scenery.
As a peaceful, lively city located in the Mekong River, Phnom Penh is an interesting place to visit. Spend your time to explore culture, eat local food, and tour around the city, that definitely will bring you good memories in the Kingdom of Cambodia’s capital.
Leave the logistics to someone else on a 4-day tour of the Thai islands that saves you the hassle of advance planning. From Bangkok airport, you’ll be transported down to Koh Chang, which serves as the gateway to Mu Ko Chang National Park, hailed as one of the best snorkeling spots in Thailand.
Visit landmarks and experience rural life in central Thailand on a 3-day tour from Bangkok. Visit ancient and modern temples, stop at the Sam Chuk riverside market in Suphan Buri, cruise down the Sakaekrang River, and learn about weaving and the traditional Lao-Krang community. Go bird-watching in the wetlands of Bung Boraphet, then explore the ancient ruins of Ayutthaya—the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Cover more ground with a guide and tour that includes two nights of accommodation, meals, transportation, and entrance fees.
See the ancient temples of UNESCO-listed Ayutthaya, the royal summer palace at Bang Pa-In, and the terraced waterfalls of Erawan National Park — all on this 3-day small-group tour from Bangkok. Stay overnight in Kanchanaburi on the River Kwai, where your guide highlights the region’s World War II history. You’ll visit the War Museum, the Allied War Cemetery and the Thailand–Burma 'Death Railway’ Hellfire Pass Memorial Museum. With numbers limited to 12 people, you’ll receive undivided attention from the guide.
Combine the highlights of Bangkok and the Pattaya Floating Market on a single private tour. With all round-trip transportation provided, the tour makes visiting all of the top sights of Bangkok extra convenient. Stops include Jomtien Beach, the floating market, the Khao Chi Chan sculpture, Wat Arun, Wat Phra Kaew, Wat Traimit, and others. Listen to commentary tailored to your interests as you go.
• Customizable full-day tour of Bangkok and Ayutthaya with a private driver
• Sit back and relax inside a modern air conditioned vehicle as you explore the largest city of Thailand
• Feel safe in the hands of your experienced English speaking driver throughout the entire journey
• Plan your own itinerary and let your driver find the easiest routes to get you to where you want to be
• Experience the captivating view of Ayutthaya’s ancient temples, natural attractions, and more!
Immerse yourself in Thai culture and discover Thailand’s rich history and heritage on this epic 7-day tour from Bangkok. Discover the UNESCO-listed cities of Ayutthaya and Sukhothai; ride a rickshaw around the temples and markets of Chiang Mai; visit a sustainable elephant camp; and explore the hill-tribe villages around Chiang Rai. Hotel pickup, accommodation, and meals are included.
Bangkok and Western Thailand Adventures
This 6 day Quality Adventure Trips will enhance you to learn and experience the local way of life. The trip includes round trip airport transfer and visit the top highlights destination in Bangkok and the west part of Thailand including Samut Songkhram, Ratchaburi and Kanchanaburi provinces. The top destination includes, Grand Palace, Temples in Bangkok, Golden mount, Maeklong railway market, Floating markets, Bridge over the river kwai, Erawan waterfall, Hellfire pass with many interesting activities.
Your Private tour will have a professional Thai Tour guide who will provide the insight information and connect you to the local people to enhance your learning and experiences, while travel on the trip.
You can choose to book the trip with
tour options "Trip included Accommodation" or "Not include Accommodation".
Discover Thailand’s vibrant culture, fascinating history, and natural wonders on this action-packed 3-day tour from Bangkok. Visit the Kanchanaburi Allied War Cemetery, explore the Mon Tribal Village, ride the historic Death Railway, enjoy trekking and cycling through the countryside, and experience local life at the Hintok River Camp. All-inclusive tour incudes hotel pickup, accommodation, and meals.
The maximum for Bangkok
A mix of culture and unmissable sites between Bangkok and its surroundings
A full program that will allow you to visit everything there is to see by giving you space for personal activities
Discover the historical and natural wonders of Thailand with this spectacular nine-day tour from Bangkok, located in the centre of the country, to Chiang Mai, in the north. Visit the country’s main heritage sites such as the Ayutthaya and Phitsanulok, meet the real king of the jungle at an elephant camp in Chiang Mai, and explore the infamous Golden Triangle, one of the world’s leading opium-producing areas. Join this memorable tour and have a complete Thai experience!
If you’ve only got limited time in a new country, you want to ensure that you pack in as many activities and attractions as you can. Discover the highlights of Cambodia with ease, and avoid the stress of advance planning, on a 12-day tour from Bangkok to Ho Chi Minh. All accommodation and activities are included, and you’ll receive personalized attention in a small group limited to 12 people.