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 JEATH War Museum. 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.’
Depart from Bangkok 2.5 hours to visit the symbol important steel bridge historical landmarks and memorials in Kanchanaburi, "The Bridge Over the River Kwai" well known as death railway lines built in World War II. After war, the damaged bridge was renovated to memorize scary war and respect the pass away prisoners. Then continue to go Erawan National Park, The emerald green ponds has 7 tiers long by walking about 1.5 km. to first tier which the visitors are allowed to swim in the ponds are full with fishes all tiers.
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.
With its natural beauty, Erawan ranks the first top of Kanchanaburi waterfalls and has drawn thousands of visitors each year. This full-day trip is excellent for those who want to have a relaxed short break in the peaceful and natural surroundings closed to the town. The great combination of history and nature explore includes a visit to Hellfire Pass Memorial.
A spiritual journey for keen walkers into the hidden parts of the world’s railway.
Visit the Hellfire Pass Memorial, then start an unforgettable walk (a fairly easy walk of 4 kms, or 2.30hours approx.) on an uneven railway track running along the edge of the limestone mountain and splendid bamboo dominant forests. Several dramatic places, still hidden from most routine tourists, will be discovered.
Enjoy bamboo rafting and train ride along the most impressive stretch of the original Death Railway.
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Swap the hustle and bustle of Bangkok for a day exploring highlights in and around Kanchanaburi. You won’t have to worry about booking transport as Bangkok pickup and drop-off is included. Travel with ease to Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, the Museum of War, and the Burma-Thailand railway line. You’ll have plenty of time to explore each attraction, and a boat ride at the floating market is included. Once you’ve worked up an appetite, a tasty lunch in a local restaurant is provided.
Sukhothai is a city in Lower Northern Thailand, and is most famous for its ancient ruins, which have been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This particular tour, however, does more than take travelers to explore historical ruins - it offers travelers a good glimpse into the relaxed life of a local in Sukhothai. Tour the village of Ban Khuai and marvel at endless rice paddies, traditional markets and craftsmanship that is over centuries old.
One day adventure trip to visit Hellfire Pass, the deepest cutting on the unfinished rail line and also visit the Hellfire Pass Memorial funded by the Australian Government and constructed in cooperation with the Government of Thailand. Visit Sai Yok Noi Waterfall where you can take the train along to Tham Krasae Then visit Bridge over the river kwai, a part of the Death Railway constructed by Allied prisoners of way. Then take only ten-minute drive to War Cemetery.
For the archeologically mined it may be interest to know that a freak accident during World War II led to the discovery of Neolithic burial sites in this area. We travel west to Kanchanaburi where we visit firstly the Museum which is a replica of the huts of P.O.W. who lived here during their captivity. The museum displays a collection of records and pictures made by P.O.W. held by the Japanese during World War II. We then take a short boat trip to see the bridge over the River Kwai where we take the train on the Railway.
We get off the train close to the Burmese border where we have lunch.We return to the town by bus to visit a War Cemetery of allied soldiers who died during the construction of the railway.
Immerse yourself with nature with the full-day trekking tour that brings you to discover the evergreen forest of Kanchanaburi. We will trek for 2.5 kilometers into the forest and discover the flora and fauna along the way. Enjoy our time at the waterfall on our way and explore Tham Than Lod (Than Lod Cave) and its beautiful stalagmites and stalactites. This tour includes a picnic lunch.
One of Thailand’s largest provinces is also one of the region’s most talked-about ones. A good two and a half hour’s drive from Bangkok and snuggled against the eastern borders of neighbouring Myanmar, Kanchanaburi automatically instils images of vast, untouched forest and jungle with the two River Kwai rivers meandering through its landscape.
Yet what drives the interest is of course its past; seen as an important gateway between former Burma and further south, the Bridge over the River Kwai, the DEATH Railway and the numerous landmarks and monuments depicting a black page in Thailand’s history are essentials to take in when visiting the country. A compact yet complete overview of the true story behind the River Kwai.
If you are one of those who are interested in observing a rural way of life, this programme should not be missed. At first glance, Nong Khao, 12 kms. from Kanchanaburi, may not look much different from other Thai villages you come across, but with a closer touch, you will get impressed with the way it has always been. Appreciate a modest lifestyle of those in an agricultural society in which most members still earn their modest living by plating rice, raising cattle and weaving cloths. Enjoy E-Taen Farmer truck through the village, where its members always show signs of welcoming foreign visitors, and a panoramic view of the rice paddy fields dotted with patches of fan palm trees. Learn how important rice means to Thai people through a cultural practice of the ritual for the Rice Goddess. Observation of their seasonal activities related to rice plantation will enable you to appreciate their simple way of life.
Visit two of the most famous markets in Bangkok's vicinity; Damnoen Saduak Floating Market and Chatuchak Weekend Market. Starting with Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, you'll be driven there by a vehicle of your choice, and get on a boat to start your journey. Experience shopping while on a boat, and take a stroll at the many shops at the bank of the river. After, you'll be taken to Chatuchak Weekend Market, known for its large number of shops, and even more things you can buy. Before being driven back to your hotel, wind down from a day of exploring and shopping at a cafe.
Get a local experience with taking a train, and shopping at two markets. First is the famous Maeklong Railway Market, which is located on the railway tracks. Then a visit to a unique temple built into a tree, and finally vist Amphawa Floating market, and get a chance to see fireflies when the sun sets!
While you are in Bangkok & if you are looking for something UNSEEN Thailand ! This is worth experiencing an unspoiled type of Thailand in nearby province of Bangkok “Suphanburi”, Take a drive of 102 KM into area of historical novel of Thailand, dating to 3,800 Years ago, There are settlement of Bronze Age and Stone Age.
Just an hour away from Bangkok, Suphan played an important role during the Ayutthaya period wars. Wander through its streets and it feels like you’re wandering through a historical novel, dating to as far back as 3,800 years ago.
This place is full of rural agriculture product, low lying and flat lands, It still has that charming rural feel with lots of cottage industries and natural waterfalls, lakes, forests and indigenous tribes. Lately, it has also been building a lot of tourist spots such as parks and shrines to draw in more tourists to Central Thailand.
This unique tour offers you one of the most famous water markets, Damnoen Saduak Floating Market outside the capital city of Thailand. It’s a window for you to gain an insight into the everyday life in Thailand where you may see the lively scene of the vendors: selling fresh fruits, vegetables, local snacks and souvenirs, bargain with the customers, rowing their boat slowly across the canal waterways… This is the real life in Thailand! Just in Damnoen Saduak Floating Market!
Depart from Bangkok 2.5 hours to visit a beautiful largest Buddha Image in Kanchanaburi and pay respect to holy relics in Ketkaew Prasat Chedi. Then depart to visit Allied War Cemetery which is memorial to some allied prisoners of war (POWs) who perished along the death railway line and were moved post-war to this eternal resting place. And take a short time to visit showcases an exhibition about the history of the Thailand – Burma railway, a 145-kilometer train track between Bang Pong in Thailand and Thanbuyuzayat in Myanmar that was built by prisoners of wars during the invasion of the Imperial Japanese Army, Woarld War II. And end the trip by visiting the important steel bridge historical landmarks and memorials in Kanchanaburi, well known as death railway lines built in World War II.
Travel the storied Kwai River on a 4-day cruise from Bangkok aboard the RV River Kwai. Watch for wildlife on a richly appointed vessel that blends modern comfort with colonial-era designs, and sleep onboard in a private teakwood cabin. Discover poignant war memorials and gilded riverside temples, and explore centuries-old Khmer ruins that have been excavated from thick tropical forest. Disembark to ride local trains, meet elephants and climb Hellfire Pass, then stand atop the famous bridge that spans the beautiful Kwai River.