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Visitez le pont de la rivière Kwaï à l'occasion de ce tour privé complet au départ de Bangkok. Le départ du chemin de fer de la mort (également connu sous le nom de chemin de fer de Burma), le célèbre pont ferroviaire qui traverse la rivière Kwaï, en Thaïlande, témoigne du sort tragique des milliers prisonniers de guerre et travailleurs forcés morts pendant la construction de cette ligne de chemin de fer, pendant la Deuxième Guerre mondiale. Avec votre guide privé, visitez le pont, le musée de la guerre JEATH et des cimetières de guerre alliés, et profitez d'une balade sur le fleuve à bord d'un bateau traditionnel à longue queue. Le déjeuner est inclus.
Tiny our guide was extremely knowledgeable and helpful. She not only knew about our tour to River Kwai but was a wealth of information on Bangkok and Thailand in general. Thank you Tiny for a great day. We also had a great driver, thank you both for an enjoyable day.Ellen and shane
This tour was very interesting. Growing up in America we never realized that Thailan played a role in World War II and that there was a bridge that was built during this time frame. While it was very sad, it was nice to see and learn about this history that affected and killed so many people. The train ride was beautiful.
Had a great day from the start to finish. 'Tum', our host, and driver were fantastic from explaining the day, arranging our activities to stopping and buying ice cream on the way back to Bangkok! The day was exactly as detailed on the schedule and exactly what we needed on our short stay in Thailand. Will definitely use this service again.
This was a brilliant trip. Collected from our hotel by private minibus our party of 4 enjoyed the undivided attention of our tour guide Peter. It was very moving to see the cemetery where so many of those who died working on the death railway are laid to rest. Then on to the museum, the long tail boat ride to the bridge and then the journey on the train....what an experience. We really endorse the views expressed by others that it is well worthwhile paying the little extra to guarantee seats on the train. All in all this was a great trip and one which well all remember. Highly recommended