Kanchanaburi Tour


  • PACKAGE COST : THB 4,950.00 - per person
  • SINGLE SUPPLEMENT : THB 900.00 per person

Day 1 :

06:00-06:30  Pick up from major hotels in Bangkok.

07:30 Depart for Kanchanaburi.

09.00 Arrive Kanchanaburi visit : Thailand - Burma Railway Center : An open air museum constructed in the form of actual prison ers of war (POW) camp. There are collections of photographs, pictures, articles, pistois, knives, and other items from the construction of the " Death Railway". Kanchanaburi War Cemetery ; The cemetery of the remains of over 6,000 prisoners of war, who lost their lives during the construction of the " Death Railway " Continue to visit the world's famous Bridge on the River Kwai. As depicted in the movie and a part of the " Death Railway " The historical black iron bridge was the target of allied bombing during 1945.

12.00 Take a long tailed boat from pier to get to the River Kwai Resotel, passing by unspoiled mountainous jungle scenery. Check in hotel on arrival. Lunch will be served.

14.45.Take a long tailed boat upstream to visit to the nearby ethnic Mon Trial Village ( Optional tour: Elephant riding through the bamboo forest )

19.00 Dinner, follow by a 45 minutes presentation of Mon Dance and overnight at the River Kwai Resotel.

Day 2 :

07:00 American Breakfast at hotel

08:30 Take a exciting boat ride downstream to Resotel Pier and continue to visit to the Hellfire Pass Memorial and a cutting mountain for a railway track which was done by hands of the Allied prisoners.

11:30 Check out and depart for lunch at pier.

13.00 Take a historic ride on Death Railway Train, passing lush forest .

14.20 Continue by air-conditioned vehicle to Bangkok.

18.00 Arrive Bangkok transfer to hotels.


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About kanchanaburi

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Best known as the site of the bridge on the river Kwai, this quiet town is also a great hub for exploring the lush jungle scenery that surrounds it.

Despite the incredibly beautiful scenery of Kanchanaburi, foreigners know it best as the site where many thousands of Allied prisoners of war and Asian forced laborers died building the Death Railway for the Japanese Imperial Army in WWII.

Graves of the POWs who died on the railway project are well tended in Kanchanaburi and Chung Kai Allied War Cemeteries; the former is not far from the bridge. Remembrance services are conducted here every April 25. The bridge itself is a major tourist attraction; you can walk across it or ride the train that takes sightseers along what remains of the railway. In early December, the town puts on a light and sound show depicting the Allies bombing of the bridge in 1945.

The railway, including Hellfire Pass and the River Kwai Bridge, still stand as testimony to those dark times. Details of the conflict are on display at the JEATH Museum.