Journey along Thailand's most famous waterway on this 3-day tour to the storied River Kwai. Travel from Bangkok to the Kanchanaburi province, where you'll learn about the tragic history of the Thailand–Burma Railway, built by Allied POWs during WWII. Take a ride on the so-called 'Death Railway,' visit the notorious Bridge over the River Kwai, and observe local customs at a Mon tribal village. Ride a long-tailed boat to the River Kwai Jungle Rafts resort, where you'll stay each night with the river flowing right beneath your room. Enjoy included meals surrounded by the lush scenery.
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.
Khao Yai National Park is one of the finest natural attractions in Thailand.It contains a wide range of plant and animal life including elephants, bears, gibbons, deer, gaur, wild pigs, porcupines and civet cats.Our 3-day tour Khao Yai Safari contains hiking, safari drives, a visit to a waterfall and a scenic viewpoint. A mix of wildlife watching and enjoying scenery.
Get a comprehensive tour of the River Kwai area, including a visit to the cemetery of Kanchanaburi, on this 2-day tour from Bangkok. All entrance fees, meals per itinerary, pickup in Bangkok, and one night's stay at the River Kwai Resotel included.
If you’d like to see elephants in an ethical and sustainable setting that focuses on conservation—this is the perfect option. Enjoy the ultimate carefree day with a transfer from Bangkok to Pattaya included. You’ll beat the crowds and visit the elephant park in the early hours when the animals are most active. Learn about elephant conservation work, and fascinating insights about their behavior. Once you’ve worked up an appetite, a delicious lunch is included.
Koh Kood, despite being the fourth largest island in Thailand. Koh Kood has managed to remain an unspoiled slice of tropical heaven. Located in Trat Province, Koh Kood is the southernmost of the Koh Chang island chain. With gorgeous beaches and little other infrastructure it’s a resort destination that caters to those looking for a quiet beach paradise, with soft sand, crystal clear water, and little else.
Depart Bangkok for 7-night tour of northern Thailand to experience a land of vast culture and exquisite natural scenery. You’ll explore the many wonders of Chiang Mai, Thailand’s northern capital, visit the temples of Lampang, tour the ancient ruins of Sukhothai Historical Park on two wheels and enjoy a meal with dancing. A highlight of this multi-day guided journey is a stop at the Friends of the Asian Elephant organziation, where you’ll learn how you can help care for these magnificent creatures. Round-trip transport from Bangkok is included.
See the ancient temples of UNESCO-listed Ayutthaya, the royal summer palace at Bang Pa-In, and the terraced waterfalls of Erawan National Park — all on this 3-day small-group tour from Bangkok. Stay overnight in Kanchanaburi on the River Kwai, where your guide highlights the region’s World War II history. You’ll visit the War Museum, the Allied War Cemetery and the Thailand–Burma 'Death Railway’ Hellfire Pass Memorial Museum. With numbers limited to 12 people, you’ll receive undivided attention from the guide.
Explore the River Kwai area, including two nights' accommodation in a traditional floathouse, on this 3-day tour. Take a jungle trek, visit Hellfire Pass on the Death Railway, the Cemetery of Kanchanburi, and learn about the Mon people during a village visit. Some meals and pickup and drop-off in Bangkok is included.
Visit landmarks and experience rural life in central Thailand on a 3-day tour from Bangkok. Visit ancient and modern temples, stop at the Sam Chuk riverside market in Suphan Buri, cruise down the Sakaekrang River, and learn about weaving and the traditional Lao-Krang community. Go bird-watching in the wetlands of Bung Boraphet, then explore the ancient ruins of Ayutthaya—the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Cover more ground with a guide and tour that includes two nights of accommodation, meals, transportation, and entrance fees.
Explore the old and new capitals of Thailand on this 2-day private tour and learn about the cities and their histories from your guide. Day one is all about Bangkok as you traverse the city to visit key landmarks such as the Grand Palace, Wat Po, Wat Arun, and more. The next day, head to the UNESCO-listed city of Ayutthaya to explore ancient temples and the Bang Pa-In Summer Palace.
Discover the historical and natural wonders of Thailand with this six-day tour from Bangkok in the centre to Chiang Mai in the north. Visit the country’s main heritage sites such as the Ayutthaya and Phitsanulok, meet the real king of the jungle at an elephant camp in Chiang Mai and explore the infamous Golden Triangle, one of the world’s leading opium-producing areas.
Discover the history and beauty of Thailand’s Kanchanaburi province with a private guide on this 2-night tour from Bangkok. Join the colorful shopping scene at the famous Damnoen Saduak floating market, hike and swim at Erawan Waterfalls, and pay tribute to the region’s wartime scars with a visit the the bridge on the River Kwai and an allied cemetery. Stay overnight in a bamboo hut built above the river at a unique ‘floatel’ and at a beautifully landscaped spa resort.
Explore Bangkok and Ayutthaya with your own private guide on a 4-day tour that handles the details so you can focus on sightseeing. See major monuments by car and boat, including Wat Pho, Wat Arun, and the temples of Ayutthaya, the ancient capital of Thailand and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You’ll travel by private car and boat with a package that includes hotel, private guide and driver, and most meals.
Designed for travelers looking to escape the bustle of Bangkok, this 2-day tour of the Kanchanaburi province, including a night on a floating house on the Kwai River, offers natural beauty and historic monuments in equal measure. Tick off highlights such as the Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, the Burma Railway (Death Railway), and Hellfire Pass. Overnight accommodation, four meals, entrance fees, and hotel pickup are included.
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.
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
Koh Chang, part of the Mu Koh Chang National Park, is the largest and most popular of the islands in eastern Thailand. It is Thailand's third largest island but is nowhere near as developed or bustling as the two largest - Phuket and Samui.
Explore Thailand’s heritage and temples on a 4-day privately guided tour from Bangkok. Head northeast to Isan to explore bustling markets and holy shrines, ancient battle sites, and extraordinary Khmer temples. Discover 11th-century ruins in Sisaket province and meet bronze and silk artisans in Ubon Ratchathani, then get a glimpse of the past at the active Ban Kan Lueang archaeological site. Enjoy traditional Thai meals and immerse yourself in the art, history, and culture of the extraordinary Isan.
Experience Bangkok through the eyes of a local on this 3-day tour. With a small group of 14 travelers or fewer, explore the city as a local would, using different modes of transportation and visiting hidden gems. Learn about Bangkok's history, culture, and modern daily life through a guide's commentary. Nightly accommodations, all entrance fees, meals and activities per itinerary.
Stay one, two or three nights at a 4-star Arnoma Grand Bangkok Hotel in the CBD and enjoy a half-day guided tour of several temples, including Temple of the Golden Buddha (Wat Traimit), Temple of the Reclining Buddha (Wat Pho) and the Marble Temple (Wat Benchamabophit). This stopover package for a maximum of two people gets you settled in quickly for a brief stay and includes a convenient round-trip airport transfer plus daily breakfast.
Discover the wonders of Cambodia by going on a comprehensive overland tour from Bangkok. An organized tour takes the stress out of navigating and working out border procedures. A guide will accompany you on the bus and assist when crossing the border. You’ll save hours researching things to do in Cambodia, as a full itinerary and accommodation are included. Highlights include Siem Reap, Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, and Ta Prohm.
Benefit from personalized attention and a flexible itinerary on this 2-day Bangkok city tour, combined with a day tour of Hua Hin. With a guide dedicated to just you and your party, visit all of the Thai capital's landmarks, including the Emerald Buddha, the Temple of Dawn, the Flower Market, and the Grand Palace. On the second day, explore Hua Hin's highlights, such as Khao Luang Hill, Santorini Park, the Railway Station, and others. Along the way, listen to in-depth commentary tailored to your interests.