Kanchanaburi is the gateway for most visitors the main sight of interest is the Bridge over the River Kwai, the start of the infamous World War II Death Railway to Burma (Myanmar),as well as its associated museums. There is an increasingly thriving backpacker scene taking advantage of the chilled-out riverside vibe for those that need to get away from Bangkok. More foreign visitors are discovering why Thais know it as one of the most beautiful provinces in the country with its easily accessible waterfalls and national parks
Kanchanaburi is about 3 hours drive from Bangkok, along the highway no.338 from Bangkok to Nakhon Pathom and Ratchaburi. There you can take a detour to the famous Damoen Saduak floating market for some sightseeing and lunch. Then switch to highway no.4 heading towards Kanchanaburi.
07.00 am. Pick up from various hotel in Bangkok.
09.30 am. Arrive to Kanchanaburi,first stop at the World War II Cemetery.
10.00 am. World War II museum & Bridge over the River Kwai to look at surrounding.
12.00 pm. Arrive to the trainstation take a trip on the train Death Railway around 1 hr.
13.00 pm. Lunch at Kitti Raft Restaurent.
14.00 pm. Visit to Hell Fine Pass Memorial Museum and walk to see the Mountain cutting for build the railway by prisoner of world war II.
16.00 pm. Relax at the Sai Yok Noi waterfall.
17.00 pm. Return to Kitti Raft Restaurant have dinner,served in local Thai style.
18.30 pm. Check in at Kitti Raft House enjoy your free time and then fallowed relax with cool breezy and stay overnight.
08.00 am. Breckfast ( ABF set )
09.00 am. Relaxing your free time & Check out.
10.00 am. Trip to Rafting on Bamboo Raft downstream a leisurely picturesque along the Kwai Noi River.
11.30 am. Arrive to Elephant camp for Elephant riding into the jungle.
13.00 pm. Return to Kitti Raft restaurant have lunch.
14.00 pm. Depart from Kanchanaburi back to Bangkok.
** Arrive hotel in Bangkok before 19.00 pm.
ราคาต่อคน : 2,500.00