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Take a memorable ride on the Thailand–Burma Railway, also known as the Death Railway for the thousands of POWs and forced laborers who lost their lives building it during World War II. On this day trip from Bangkok, visit the Kanchanaburi War Cemetery and the JEATH War Museum, and hear moving war stories from your guide. Then ride a long-tailed speedboat down the Kwai River where you have a view of the famous bridge.
Visit the Bridge on the River Kwai on this thorough private tour from Bangkok. The beginning of the Death Railway (also known as the Burma Railway), the famous bridge that spans Thailand’s River Kwai is a poignant reminder of the thousands of prisoners of war and forced laborers who lost their lives during the construction of the railway in World War Two. With a private guide, discover the bridge, the JEATH War Museum and Allied War Grave, and take a long-tailed boat ride on the river before sightseeing the picturesque nature sceneries on board a train riding on the tracks built by the prisoners of World War II. Local Lunch in a restaurant is included.
Go beyond Bangkok city limits and gain a deeper understanding of life beyond the capital as you explore the floating markets of Damnoen Saduak. Travel by long-tailed speedboat as a guide unpacks the secrets of these 19th-century canals built by King Rama IV. Over the course of this half-day trip, cruise past vendors selling freshly picked produce, handmade sweets, and interesting souvenirs.
Visit the 3 major monuments of Bangkok in a half a day tour guided by a certified professionnal:
- The Grand Palace and the Emerald buddha
- Wat Pho Temple
- Wat Arun Temple
And go through China Town and the flower market in 1 tour only.
This private tour of the floating markets of Damnoen Saduak offers travelers an up-close look at everyday life on Thai waters. Follow your guide along the backwaters of Bangkok canals on a motorized boat and check out the local vendors selling fresh produce, souvenirs and handmade sweets from their traditional canoes. This one-of-a-kind-experience is perfect for the traveler looking to get off the city streets and sample a bit of the culture and character this popular destination has to offer.
Get two for one on this floating markets and Bridge Over the River Kwai Tour from Bangkok. Spend a full-day following your expert guide on this tour that showcases the best of Thailand’s Kanchanaburi region and offers up the perfect escape from the energy of urban streets.
Get the most of your travels by getting out of Bangkok on this full-day private tour of floating markets and bridge on the River Kwai tour. Spend some time exploring the floating markets with your expert local guide, and make your way to Kanchanaburi, where you’ll pay a visit to the infamous bridge that made its Hollywood debut in a movie staring Alec Guiness—The Bridge on the River Kwai.
Cruising on the river is a particularly charming and unique vacation activity to discover the local fauna and coast flora from a striking distance.
Take a break from the beach , cruise upstream Paknampran River with Siam River Sea-Cret and relax on the comfortable river boat to discover the protected unique mangrove plantations and its oyster cultivation and to observe the strange looking mud skipper fish jumping beside the boat and walking into the mangrove mud – be surprised and amazed to see the large Asian Water Monitors ( Lizard up to 3 meters long ) getting out for the beautiful birds and peacocks , observe the colorful butterfly’s and the in numerous insects. For a short period of time you become part of the mind-blowing nature of Paknampran River and you will be overwhelmed by its diversity and uniqueness.
Explore Sam Roi Yot National Park’s brilliant scenery and wildlife on a full-day trip from Hua Hin, and experience the unique coastal ecosystem of Thailand’s oldest marine park. Discover the shimmering pavilion in the heart of Phraya Nakhon Cave, enjoy lunch in the park and linger on beaches that stretch to the base of Sam Roi Yot’s soaring limestone peaks. Watch for the park’s playful wildlife: Irrawaddy Dolphins, Dusky Leaf Monkeys and Serow Goat Antelopes thrive in the protected area, which is also home to an extraordinary array of birds.
Take a tour to Thailand's first marine national park Khao Sam Roi Yod National Park, where you can wonder in the abundance of natural beauty like pineapple plantations, caves and a quiet fisherman’s village. A wonderful and not too difficult place to explore. The journey starts with a visit to a pineapple plantation, then into a quite fisherman’s village. From there you’ll get to experience a boat ride to Phraya Nakhon Cave in which you can see a beautiful Pavilion was built by King Rama V.