•Visit to one of the most finest waterfalls in Thailand - the 7-tiered Erawan Waterfall at the National Park in Kanchanaburi. Enjoy swimming and relaxation in the beautiful natural ponds 07.15 AM. Hotel pick up10.20 AM.Arrive at Erawan National Park hike + swim13.30 PM.Lunch time at the Erawan Waterfalls area. 15.45 PM: Return back to Bangkok
Embark on a 5-night tour from Bangkok to the jungles of Thailand’s Umphang district for a multi-day trekking adventure. This active excursion forgoes creature comforts for one-of-a-kind experiences. Camp overnight in a Karen hill tribe village close to the Myanmar (Burma) border, and hike through tropical wilderness. The beauty of rural Thailand awaits on this guided group tour with no more than 10 participants.
We visit Phra Nakorn Kiri palace complex, situated on a hilltop and enjoy a local lunch. In the afternoon continue to Kui Bui National Park to observe elephants and other wildlife in their natural habitat. We drive to our peaceful and unspoiled beach hotel in the national park to spend the night and have our Thai dinner. The next day we discover the impressive Phraya Nakorn caves and enjoy another local lunch before heading back to Bangkok.
Get away from the traffic and crowds in Bangkok and spend the day in tranquil Kao Yai National Park. Hike around this UNESCO World Heritage Site without anyone else to disturb you on this private tour. Look out for colorful local wildlife from the top of the Nong Pak Chi Wildlife Observation Tower with the help of your guide, a local park ranger. In the afternoon, head deep into the park and spend some time relaxing at the iconic Haew Suwat Waterfall.
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.
Kanchanaburi is a town in west Thailand. It’s known for the Death Railway, built during WWII. The line crosses over the River Khwae Yai via the Death Railway Bridge. Displays at the JEATH War Museum honor the prisoners of war who died building the bridge. The Thailand–Burma Railway Centre explores the wider history of the railway. Nearby, thousands of Allied soldiers are buried at the Kanchanaburi War Cemetery.
The Khao Yai National Park (Thailand’s second largest and a World Heritage Site) is famous for its dense virgin forests, streams, waterfalls and high-altitude plains. This is great city escape for those looking to get back to nature during their stay in Bangkok.What You'll Do:- Stop at the Visitor Center- Hike to Haew Narok Waterfall in Khao Yai National Park- Visit a local market and select ingredients for a cooking class- Stop at KM. 30 to enjoy the scenery of Khao Yai National Park- Explore Khao Yai National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site- Savor an authentic lunch at a renowned Thai-style wooden home- Learn how to prepare 5 classic dishes, such as "tom yum" and "pad thai"- Sample ice creams of interesting flavors, such as white wine lychee or red wine strawberry
A province of rich history and fertile soil, Petchabun is a province with great natural attractions; particularly its forested mountains and waterfall laden rivers that help create a climate that is cool and pleasurable nearly year round.Despite being farther south than neighboring Loei, Phetchabun is considered part of the north than the northeast or central regions of Thailand. That said, its topography is similar to that of Loei, as Phetchabun borders three regions of Thailand, the North, Central, and Northeast. The central part of Phetchabun province is in the Pa Sak River basin and contains mountain ranges running along both the western and eastern sectors.