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Depart for 2 hours to the Floating Market of Damnernsaduak “Damnoen Saduak Floating Market? in the Damnoen Saduak District of Ratchaburi firstly showed itself to the eyes of the tourist world in 1967, when pictures were seen of a market trading on water, where paddle boats loaded with of life?s necessities plied their trade up and down the river. The various vendors paddle up and down the waterway selling and battering their merchandise.and take a boat trip along the canals to the center of the market. .
Continue to Kanchanaburi, River Kwai, We travel west to Kanchanaburi, where we visit firstly the War Museum, which is a replica of the huts of who lived here during their captivity. The museum displays a collection of records and pictures made and held by the Japanese during World War II.Then continue to visit the bridge over the River Kwai
Lunch is served at local restaurant. And after,We return to the town to visit a War Cemetery of allied soldiers who died during the war.
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.
You will see the Railway and Floating Market, the marvelous Province of Kanchanaburi and hie River Kwai. You will see the ancient temples of Ayutthaya ( UNESCO ). You will see the picturesque terraced waterfalls of Erawan National Park, a lot of nature and culture in this 3 day small-group tour from Bangkok. Stay overnight in Kanchanaburi on the River Kwai. You’ll visit the Thailand – Burma Death Railway. This round-trip from Bangkok by minivan will let you admire the evocative temples of Ayutthaya, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Swim into rock pools at Erawan National Park and view Erawan Falls, cross the famous bridge over the River Kwai and learn about the Thailand-Burma Death Railway. Small-group tour limited to 8/9 people ensures personal attention from our professional guide.
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Travel around Chiang Mai like a local—on a tricycle rickshaw—to learn about its religion, culture, and food. Your guide will lead your through a curated itinerary designed to showcase the local temples and markets, as well as give travelers a taste of the local street food.
This tour is designed for adventure seekers who want to observe the life of elephants. You will visit splendid sites, impressive viewpoints near the Burmese border, and you will experience an exceptional visual contact with the pachyderms ! Thanks to you that we can preserve and protect the wild elephants life.