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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.
130 kilometres west of Bangkok, not far from the Burmese (Myanmar) border, you will find the bridge over the River Kwai, made (in)famous by the 1957 Academy Award-winning film of the same name. Grim history aside, this area of Thailand is rich in culture and natural beauty. The border area with Burma/Myanmar is known for its mountainous charm and is unmatched elsewhere in the country. • Take a long–tailed boat on River Kwai to Home Phutoey • Luxurious night in a beautiful The FloatHouse River Kwai • Local Mon tribal village—with chance to trek through jungle • Historic train ride along original track of the “Death Railway” • Important & moving history of the Thailand-Burma railway
The Thai town of Kanchanaburi was pivotal in the construction of the Burma Railway in the twentieth century, and a flashpoint of violence in World War II. Today, it attracts visitors keen to understand Thailand’s WWII history. On this tour, ride the infamous Death Railway and discover key Kanchanaburi sites of interest including the Hell Fire Pass Memorial. Accommodation by the Kwai Noir River, all entry fees, and some meals are included.
Visit Bangkok's hightlights the Grand Palace, Wat Pho and Wat Ben. Discover the Bang Pa-In summer palace, the ruins of Ayutthaya and Phra Nakorn Khiri (the hilltop summer palace)Explore the River Kwai, the wooden bridge, hellfire pass and ride a train along the death railway. glaze . Stay overnight on a traditional floating hut, shop at the Maeklong train market and Damnoen Saduak floating market and relax on Hua hin beach
You will have the time of your lives when you book our 10-Day Thailand Experience. Our exciting package offers you 10-days of unending fun and frolic, where you will experience the rich cultural heritage, natural attractions, alluring beaches, amazing water activities, delectable cuisine and of course the pulsating nightlife! You will be left yearning for more when you partake in this customised 10 – Day Thailand Experience created just for you!
Experience what Thailand has in only 9 days! Start in Bangkok and take in the fascinating culture. Head south to the untouched Khao Sok National Park. Island hop and relax on Thailands most beautiful beaches.Trip Highlights - Grab a tuk tuk through the crazy streets of Bangkok, party on the infamous Khao San Road & visit ancient golden temples. Stay overnight in floating bungalows, kayak & tube on the fresh water lake of Khao Sok National Park. Sit back and relax on the beautiful beaches of Railay & Koh Phi Phi inbetween boat trips, snorkelling, fire shows and beach parties plus much much more. . .
We included some of the best authentic experiences in this tour around Bangkok and in Southern Thailand. Start with a unique walking tour in Bangkok, explore the city's hidden side, then explore the Erawan and Sai Yok National Parks before heading to explore Kanchanaburi and the River Kwai. Take part in an optional cooking class with a shopping trip to the floating market for ingredients. Hop on an overnight train to Southern Thailand, and spend the next few days exploring Khao Sok National Park before relaxing in Krabi for a few days.
Our first day, visit a lively Maeklong Train Market, colorful Damneon Saduak Floating Market, the Thailand–Burma Railway Centre (WWII Museum) to learn more about the history of the second world war in Thailand and pay our respects at the Allied War Cemetery, commemorating the POW’s that passed away while building the railway. Visit The Bridge over the River Kwai, the scenic located and original wooden bridge which we will cross by train. We stay overnight at the River Kwai to enjoy the fresh ozone and jungle air the area has to offer. On our second day, we explore what is called the ‘Hellfire Pass Memorial’. This part of the railroad got its name from the ghostly shadows reflected on the rocks of malnourished POWs working at night by the light of campfires. After all, we drive back to Bangkok.
If you have not been to Thailand before, a super exciting way to get the best introduction to this beautiful and alluring country is our thrilling 15 Day Thailand Adventure and wellness package. Our exciting package offers you 15-days of unending fun, frolic and relaxation, where you will experience the rich cultural heritage, natural attractions, alluring beaches, amazing water activities, delectable cuisine, meditation and of course the pulsating nightlife! You will be thrilled by the experience when you partake in this fully customised 15 – Day Thailand Adventure and Wellness Experience!
You absolutely will not find another tour out there as packed with activities and attractions as this one. You will also not find another tour out there that offers it all "FIRST CLASS," yet for a relatively low price. We have thousands of travelers taking this specific tour every year-and that's because no competitor can beat us on quality, price and substance. Below are just some examples of what you will see and do on this tour:> Sightseeing Tours of Bangkok> Nightlife Tours of Bangkok> Floating (Food) Market Boat Ride> Elephant-Viewing Near Chiang Mai> Night Market Food Tours> Bamboo-Rafting> Zip-Lining> Sukhothai Archaeological Park Tour> Discovering National Parks> Ayutthaya Archaeological Park> Waterfalls> Delicious Food> Rich Culture> Cozy & Quality RoomsAnd Much Much More…
The largest province of the South, Surat Thani was once a provincial capital of the 10th century Indonesian Srivijaya Empire, and now covers an area of approximately 13,000 square kilometers of both low basins and high plateaus with forested mountains, as well as some of Thailand’s most famous islands including Koh Samui, Koh Phangan, Koh Tao, and the Mu Koh Ang Thong Marine National Park.The name of Surat Thani may mean "City of the Good People" but Surat Thani is also known as “the province of a thousand islands” -- many of which lay off the coast in the Gulf of Thailand, including the archipelago that contains Koh Samui, Koh Phangan, Koh Tao, and the Mu Koh Ang Thong Marine National Park.