SKU : RK06
Duration : 3 Days 2 Nights
This package covers Floating Market and main attractions in Kanchanaburi
Bridge on River Kwai, war cemetery, National Park and waterfall
Fun ride and bath elephants and bamboo raft
Depart from hotel in Bangkok to Damnoensaduak floating market 70 km southwest of Bangkok, first stop at a unique railway market where is located on rail tracks. 8 times daily, a train runs through without care for stopping. This is UNSEEN in Thailand !
Take private long tail boat through fruit farms. Stroll on floating market, tasting, shop as much as you like.
Continue to Kanchanaburi, lunch then visit Bridge on River Kwai, war cemetery
Check in hotel
After breakfast visit Sri Nakarin Dam, Largest hydropower producer in the country.
Visit Erawan Waterfall and national park, the largest and most beautiful waterfall in the western region. It is about 2,000 meters tall divided into 7 tiered. Go trekking and enjoy swimming in its emerald crystal clear water.Lunch at a local restaurant. Heading to elephant camp. Enjoy riding elephant through jungle and nature scenery then bamboo raft on quiet river and bathe with the elephant in the river. Transfer to hotel.
Visit Hellfire Pass, 500 metres long and 26 metres deep section of rock that was dug out by Prisoners of War intended to allow the ‘Death Railway’ to continue its route from Bangkok to Rangoon. Soldiers were forced to remove the rock using no more than picks, hammers and their bare hands. Of the 1,000 Australian and British soldiers who took 12 weeks to clear the stretch of mountain, 700 died.
The memorial comprises a trail where visitors follow the old railway track into the jungle and a museum. The museum contains pictures and tools alongside video exhibitions and showing of documentaries about the events. Like elsewhere on this trail, the memorial and museum are extremely moving places. If you are connected to the events through relations who were imprisoned here, or any other fashion, the experience can be quite wrenching. This site is of particular importance to Australians. The Australian-Thai Chamber of Commerce) supports the museum. Four hundred Australian prisoners began work at Hellfire Pass on Anzac Day in 1943
Depart for Bangkok and return to your hotel