Kanchanaburi One Day Tour From Bangkok
Bridge over The River Kwai Day Tour from Bangkok Thailand, This tour takes you to the world’s renowned Bridge over the River Kwai. Kanchanaburi Day Tour from Bangkok to Kanchanburi
One Day Tour Kanchanaburi from Bangkok. Our guide will take you visit conveys you to the amazingly wonderful region of Kanchanaburi. Kanchanaburi Province Thailand. Home to the River Kwai and it‘s infamous bridge. Our first visit will be at the city’s POW war burial ground. You will likewise get the chance to see the Kanchanaburi Attraction Place Tour World War II Cemetery – World War II Museum – River Kwai Bridge – Train Station Trip – Sai Yok Noi waterfall
Kanchanaburi One Day Trip Itinerary;
06:30 Hrs. Pick-up from various hotels in Bangkok.
09:30 Hrs. Arrive to Kanchanaburi Province, First stop visit at the World War II Cemetery.
10:00 Hrs. World War II museum & Bridge Over the River Kwai to look at surrounding.
12:00 Hrs. Arrive to the Train Station trip on the train around 1 hr. ( Train Death Railway )
13:00 Hrs. Have lunch at River Raft House Restaurant.
13:45 Hrs. Visit to Sai Yok Noi Waterfall.(around 1/2hr.)
14:30 Hrs. Depart from Sai Yok Noi Waterfall and comeback to Bangkok.
Before 19:00 Hrs. Arrive in Bangkok.
Tour Price: 1900 Baht
Tour Price included:
Transportation by Van to Kanchanaburi and back to Bangkok.
English speaking guide.
Lunch. ( Thai Set Food )
Kanchanaburi One Day Tour Attraction
World War II Cemetery Kanchanaburi
War Cemetery (Don Rak), located on Saeng Chu To Road (Highway 323), to pay respect to the remains of 6,982 Allied prisoners of the World War II who died during the construction of the Death Railway
World War II Museum Kanchanaburi
This Museum collects lots of World War II Stories, such as war instruments, photographs, uniforms, etc.
River Kwai Bridge The Bridge on The River Kwai
River Kwai Bridge Kanchanaburi is internationally famous, thanks the several motion pictures and books, the black iron bridge was brought from Java by the Japanese supervision by Allied prisoner-of-war labor as part of the Death Railway linking Thailand with Burma. Still in use today, the bridge was the target of frequent Allied bombing raids during World War II and was rebuild after war ended. The curved spans of the bridge are the original sections. A daily train is still following the historical route from Kanchanaburi to Nam Tok Railway Station near by Sai Yoke Noi Fall.
Death Railway Kanchanaburi
Death Railway Kanchanburi is one of Thailand’s most picturesque and most well known prepare rides. Despite the fact that the perspectives are beautiful, the history makes the ride so unique, so it merits going to the Thailand–Burma Railway Center in Kanchanaburi before making the trek, as this gives a setting to the tremendous loss of human life and the remarkable deed of building behind the line’s development
Sai Yok Noi waterfall Kanchanaburi
Sai Yok Noi is a waterfall in the Tenasserim Hills, Sai Yok region of Kanchanaburi Province, Thailand, close to the residential community Nam Tok Sai Yok Noi. It is the most well known fascination of the Sai Yok National Park. It is mainstream among household and outside visitors alike, to a limited extent since it lies by the region’s trunk street close by which there is abundant parking spot. The quick region highlights a few destinations of enthusiasm including the Krasae Cave, a little Buddhist holy place beside an area of rail tracks of the famous Death Railway and, toward the west, Dawadung Cave, a disengaged accumulation of great stalactites. Hellfire Pass Memorial, a historical center and tribute to those lost amid the development of the Death Railway’s cuttings and trestle spans, lies around 35 km toward the west of Sai Yok Noi falls. A little market intended for explorers is likewise close-by. Sai Yok Yai waterfall, somewhere in the range of 40 km toward the west lies balance from the valley’s principle street, nearby the Sai Yok National Park Headquarters.