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“A very confronting trip to where so many Australian prisoners of war were lost in World War 2. Our full day trip was organised brilliantly by Six Stars Travel in Bangkok at short notice and catered to a hotel pick...”
Visit the “Bridge Over the River Kwai” and the Death Railway on a full-day tour from Bangkok that explores Thailand’s wartime history. See Kanchanaburi’s main World War II sites in a single day, including the...read more
“... natural water slides of Erawan was overwhelming ,each level had something different and getting to the top is well worth the effort.There is a great place to sit and dangle your feet into the water for fish spa.”
“The floating markets are unique and representative of the Thai culture and economy being based on rivers and canal systems whilst the Bridge on the River Kwai and the cemetery and museum were a sobering reminder o...”
Visit a colorful floating market and the Bridge Over the River Kwai on a full-day guided tour from Bangkok into the lush Kanchanaburi region. Combine two top destinations to make the most of your travel time. Cruise...read more
“This was a long day but well worth it, there was such variety from the railway to the museum to the war cemetery, a very sobering experience we visited on the 11th of November which in UK is armistice day when we...”
“Well planned tour with knowledgeable guide.The war museum/cemetery made us sad but we loved the scenic train route at death railway, train ride cuts through beautiful mountains, dense jungle and mountain streams.L...”
“We then drove to journey to Kanchanabur area for the JEATH war museum, then a very good thai lunch (we had seconds!) and the immaculate war cemetery and bridge of the river Kwai.”
“Nina, our tour guide had brought us snacks to eat which was delicious.”
● Visit the JEATH War Museum, and travel on “the Death Railway’’, named after the prisoners of war who died building it● Explore Kanchanaburi, a mountainous city along the River Kwai 130km from Bangkok● Tuck into a...read more
A special two days tour to River Kwai to visit the memorable places such as the Bridge over the River Kwai, Hellfire Pass, Thai-Burma Death Railway Museum, War Cemetery, and Mon Tribal Village & Temple. Enjoy riding...read more
One hour E-scooter ride through the rice fields along the River Kwai.Small traditional rice fields extend from the south of the River Kwai Bridge and the north of the Kwai Noi River with the Tenasserim Hills in the...read more
Learn about the construction of the Burma Railway, also known as the “Death Railway,” on this 10-hour historical tour to Kanchanaburi, approximately 80 miles (130 kilometers) west of Bangkok.Upon arrival, you will...read more
Depart for 2 hours to the Floating Market of Damnernsaduak “Damnoen Saduak Floating Market? in the Damnoen Saduak District of Ratchaburi firstly showed itself to the eyes of the tourist world in 1967, when pictures...read more
Visit this important and unique bridge over the River Kwai. Have a nice train ride on the historic train route along the river surrounded by its beautiful scenery, Jungle and Floating House boats along the river....read more
The historic River Kwai is a must-visit on your trip to Thailand! Learn all about the Thai history connected to the river, take a peaceful ride on the river itself, followed by a visit to the most beautiful...read more
The Damnoen Saduak floating market and the WWII sites of Kanchanaburi are two of the most popular day trip destinations from Bangkok—this tour visits both in one day. Cruise around the floating market on a longtail...read more
This full day Private tour with English speaking Guide takes you just beyond the hustle and bustle of Bangkok to see a charming, authentic floating market in Samut Songkhram province followed by Kanchanaburi's World...read more
60kms from Bangkok is one of the most authentic floating markets in Thailand, Thaka Floating Market. Your guide will meet you at your hotel at 7.00am and take you past rural farmland and coconut plantations to this...read more
Discover this full-day tour of Kanchanaburi to visit some of the most amazing destinations including Erawan National Park, relax and swim to the beautiful terraced Erawan waterfalls, enjoy Bamboo Rafting in the...read more
You can exercise and see the way on a local life with local people- eat and drink local food, juice on the local restuarant- relax your eyes and your ears without another tourist- can make new friend in group or...read more
For the archeologically mined it may be interest to know that a freak accident during World War II led to the discovery of Neolithic burial sites in this area. We travel west to Kanchanaburi where we visit firstly...read more
06.30am Pick up from Centrally located Hotel. 07.00am Leave for Rachaburi Province. 08.30am As you arrive at the boat pier, you can take the lovely scenery of rural life by longtail boats to the floating...read more
A fun and ecological way to visit the beautiful sites of Kanchanaburi province...Ride along the Kwai Yai River, then the Mae Klong River, born from the confluence of the Kwai Noi (Kwai Sai Yok) and the Kwai Yai...read more