River Kwai Death Railway - 1 Day

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The day begins at 7:30 AM picked up at your lodging with our roomy Isuzu SUV.

About 10:30 AM we stop briefly at the Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, the main prisoner of war (POW) cemetery for victims of Japanese imprisonment while building the Thailand-Burma Railway, also known as the “Death Railway.”

Shortly after we arrive at the Bridge on the River Kwai, a part of the Death Railway and immortalized in the film of that name in the 1950s. Still in use today, the Kwai Bridge was the target of frequent Allied bombing raids during World War II and was rebuilt after war ended. The curved spans of the bridge are the original sections.

Here you will visit the station, walk the bridge, visit the local market, and have a leisurely lunch.

After lunch at around 1 PM we will visit the Pang Chang Sai Yok Elephant Camp, where you can feed elephants, play with the elephants, or go swimming with elephants.

After visiting the elephants we’ll return to our vehicle at around 2 PM and head back to Bangkok, dropping you off at your lodgings around 5 PM.

This is a privately chauffeured tour, so all times and stops can be adjusted to suit participants’ interests!

The Kanchanaburi War Cemetery is the main prisoner of war (POW) cemetery for victims of Japanese imprisonment while building the Thailand-Burma Railway, also known as the “Death Railway.”

The Bridge on the River Kwai is the setting for the famous film and the most popular tourist spot to experience the “Death Railway.”

The Pang Chang Sai Yok Elephant Camp is a popular spot to experience the noble Thai elephant up close and personal!

Day 1
River Kwai Death Railway

The day begins at 7:30 AM picked up at your lodging with our roomy Isuzu SUV.

About 10:30 AM we stop briefly at the Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, the main prisoner of war (POW) cemetery for victims of Japanese imprisonment while building the Thailand-Burma Railway, also known as the “Death Railway.”

Shortly after we arrive at the Bridge on the River Kwai, a part of the Death Railway and immortalized in the film of that name in the 1950s. Still in use today, the Kwai Bridge was the target of frequent Allied bombing raids during World War II and was rebuilt after war ended. The curved spans of the bridge are the original sections.

Here you will visit the station, walk the bridge, visit the local market, and have a leisurely lunch.

After lunch at around 1 PM we will visit the Muang Sing Elephant Village, where you can feed elephants, go swimming with elephants, or take an elephant ride if you wish.

After visiting the elephants we’ll return to our vehicle at around 2 PM and head back to Bangkok, dropping you off at your lodgings around 5 PM.

This is a privately chauffeured tour, so all times and stops can be adjusted to suit participants’ interests!

Included

  • Pickup at your residence, all the water you need, and drop-off back at your residence

Extras

  • Muang Sing Elephant Village activity fees, meals
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What do I need to bring?

Comfortable shoes for walking; and a swimsuit and towel if you’d like to swim with the elephants!

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Price From THB ฿ 3,500/person
3500
Total ฿ 3,500 THB

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ปทุมวันรีสอท เลขที่ 79/336
ถนนพญาไท เขตราชเทวี กรุงเทพมหานคร 10400

79/336 Pathumwan Resort
Thanon Phaya Thai, Ratchathewi, Bangkok 10400

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