Primavera Travel Thai

Kanchanaburi – Track and Land

  • PT212-01
  • PT212-02
  • PT210-02
  • PT210-03

Tour Code : PT212

Get away from Bangkok to Kanchanaburi, the western-most province of Thailand. You will drop by the Thailand-Burma Railway Centre to see the real story of the war as well as the War Cemetery where prisoners of war rest peacefully.

Visit the famous Bridge over the River Kwai, an integral part of the WWII history. Get on the train and enjoy the atmosphere of the local’s lifestyles and be impressed by the rim of tracks along the cliff called “the death railway” with stunning views of the river. Enjoy a local Thai lunch and try the Elephant Trekking, we guarantee that this activity will help your digestion a lot.

 

Package Rate

  • THB 4,400/person (group of 2 persons)
  • THB 3,400/person (group of 3 – 4 persons)
  • THB 3,000/person (group of 5 – 6 persons)
  • Contact Us              (group of 7 persons up)

 

STARTED TIME : 7.30 am

DURATION : One Day

 

Itinerary

7.30 am
Pick up from your hotel
10.00 am
Arrive at Kanchanaburi and Thai-Burma Railway Center
10.40 am
Leave Thai-Burma Railway Centre and go to War Cemetery
11.00 am
Go to the Bridge Over the River Kwai to get on a train
1.00 pm
Arrive at Tham Krasae station and get off the train
1.30 am
Have lunch at restaurant
2.30 pm
Leave the restaurant, drop by Elephant Camp for elephant trekking
3.00 pm
Leave Elephant Camp and Kanchanaburi, transfer back to Bangkok
5.30 pm
Back to your hotel

 

Included

  • Entrance fee and tickets specified in the program + Elephant Trekking
  • Licensed tour guide and transportation with experienced driver
  • Lunch at restaurant
  • One bottle of mineral water/person
  • Travel Insurance

Excluded

  • Meals and drinks not specified in the itinerary
  • Other service not mentioned in the program
  • Service tipping for tour guide and driver

 

Remark

  • Private tour
  • SPECIAL PRICE OFFER for 7 persons or more Booking
  • Minor changes to the program are sometimes necessary, depending on traffic and weather conditions