Great Siam Travel
RK03 : The Bridge of Riverkwai and Trekking


Tour description :
war museum, war cemetery, Bridge on river Kwai, Train ride, Elephant riding ,Bamboo rafting
Our Tour Program
07.00 a.m.
Pickup from hotel in Bangkok.Depart Bangkok for Kanchanaburi
09.30 a.m.
Arrive Kanchanaburi and visit:

- The Thailand-Burma Railway Centre : is an interactive museum, information and research facility dedicated to presenting the history of the Thailand-Burma Railway. This ran 415 kms. from Ban Pong in Thailand to Thanbuyuzayat in Burma, and was built by the Imperial Japanese Army during the second World War using Allied prisoners of war and impressed Asian laborers. The Centre is fully air-conditioned and offers the visitor an educational and moving experience.

- 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

- Bridge on the River kwai .As depicted in the movie and the part of Death railway,the historical black Iron bridge  was the target of allied bombing during 1945.

10.45 a.m.
Take a train ride along part of Death railway to Tam Kra Sae station ,passing dangerous looking wooden viaduct built along the the mountain.
12.00 p.m.
Lunch served at local restaurant.
13.30 p.m.
Visit Elephant camp, take an elephant riding through history, passing lush forest scenery and bamboo rafting along Kwai river.
15.30 p.m.
Depart  Kanchanaburi for Bangkok
18.30 p.m.
Arrive Bangkok and transfer to hotel

• Private a/c car or van
• Admission fees
• Elephant riding and bamboo rafting
• Lunch
• Bottled water
• English speaking guide
• Train ride
• Travel insurance


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