WW.II Museum-Cemetery-Bridge-boat ride
The places that bring you in are the memory of the events happened during the allied war against the Japanese's army in World War II. The construction tools of the railway, photos and movie are in the museum, one of the well maintenance cemetery buried over 6, 000 POW's body is a site to see. The most famous spot is the bridge over the river that being the most wanted of the Allied for destruction. Experience the ride on a long tailed boat along the river.
8 am. Meet up in the lobby and start driving out to Kanchanaburi province, nice view along the motor way, sugar cane fields, temples, etc. , the history of the construction of the railway begins at one train station en route where was the main camp for the prisoner of war before approaching Kanchanaburi. Visit Don Ruk's Cemetery, War Museum, ride a long tailed boat on the Kwai River, lunch at a Floating restaurant by the Bridge, walk over the Kwai and finally you will be taking back/drop off at your hotel in Bangkok.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 8 hours
Sedan car or luxury van with experienced driver
- Guiding Services
- Private Transportation
Estimated Local Cash Needed
1200 baht - Addition cost is per person(booking for two travelers)which covered an entry ticket, boat and lunch.
- Personal Expenses
- Food, Drinks, Snacks
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This is the second tour we took with Kay. Again there is a lot of history and this is a very long day. We enjoyed the day and loved that we were able to get the train ride fitted in. Even though it has some dark history, it is a very beautiful area and well worth seeing. When we return to Thailand we plan on staying on the "floating hotels" for a night or two. I would certainly book with Mr. Kay