Floating Market - River Kwai & Tiger Temple Combo Tour with lunch

Join in tour US$ 69.00 per person (Min. 2 person) ( 0630-1800 daily )

Pick up from hotel. Depart Bangkok for Samut Songkram province. Stop at "Tao Tan" a place where palm sugar is made. Sugar Palm is a famous quality product of Samut Songkram. When a coconut tree is about 3-4 years old, its spadices are cut so that the farmers can collect its sweet sap then simmer it over a fire until it becomes brown and dry.

Arrive at Damnernsaduak district. Take a long tail speed boat along the canal to the floating market. Damnern Saduak Floating Market this is best known destination in Ratchaburi where the timeless lifestyle of native Thai people can be observed along the canals. Visit to Royal Thai Handicraft Village. and continue to Kanchanaburi Province. Lunch at local restaurant.

Visit The JEATH War Museum; This enclave in the riverside precincts of Wat Chaichumphon has been constructed largely in the form of an allied prisoner of war camp. The name Jeath is derived from Japan, England, America, Australia, Thailand and Holland. Visit Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, this cemetery contain the remains of 6,982 war prisoners who lost their lives during the Captivity of the Japaneses Army that forced them to build the Bridge over the River Kwai and the Death Railway. Visit The Bridge over the River Kwai International famous, the black iron bridge was brought from Java by the Japanese army and reassembled under Japanese supervision by Allied prisoner of war labor as part of the Death Railway link Thailand with Myanmar. Then proceed to Tiger Temple.

At the end of the tour visit to local product store. Transfer back to Bangkok.


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