Kanchanaburi Day Tour Joining with a Small Group from Bangkok

Bangkok, Thailand (3) 1 Review
1,766.67‎฿
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Kanchanaburi Day Tour Joining with a Small Group from Bangkok
Kanchanaburi Day Tour Joining with a Small Group from Bangkok
Kanchanaburi Day Tour Joining with a Small Group from Bangkok
Kanchanaburi Day Tour Joining with a Small Group from Bangkok
Kanchanaburi Day Tour Joining with a Small Group from Bangkok
Kanchanaburi Day Tour Joining with a Small Group from Bangkok
Kanchanaburi Day Tour Joining with a Small Group from Bangkok
Kanchanaburi Day Tour Joining with a Small Group from Bangkok

  • Duration 7 hours (Approx.)
  • Hotel pickup
  • Private Minivan
  • Tour Guide

Kanchanaburi is a popular tourist destination for travelers that are looking for a day trip from Bangkok. It has not only amazing landscapes and natural beauty to explore but also a rich history from the World War 2. The death railway is the icon of Kanchanaburi was forcefully built by the prisoners of war and took away thousands of innocent lives. Kanchanaburi day tour will let you Explore important landmarks, remember the memories of the incident at the museums, and take a train ride from the Bridge over the River Kwai to Krasae Cave for more exploring.

    Tour Itinerary

  • Bangkok Hotel Pick-up

  • Arrive to Kanchanaburi War Cemetery

  • The JEATH War Museum

  • Bridge on the River Kwai

  • Take the Train Ride

  • Arrive to Tham Krasae Bridge

  • Lunch at the Restaurant

  • Depart from Kanchanaburi

  • Arrive in Bangkok

Kanchanaburi Day Tour Details

  • 06:00-06:30 Bangkok hotel pick up. Get ready in your address just in time and depart for Kanchanaburi.
  • Arrive to the immaculately maintained cemetery contains the remains of 6.982 allied prisoner of war who perished during the construction of the Death Railway.
  • Visitation at the JEATH War Museum was built in the form of a prisoner of war camp during World War II There is a collection of paintings and photographs as well as tools used in those days.
  • Continue to Death Railway which was forced allied prisoners to build by Japanese forces during WW2 allied prisoners of war during WW2
  • Takes 1 hour 45 minutes train ride on the Death Railway to Tham Krasae Railway Bridge.
  • Explore Krasae Cave which was a shelter for Allied prisoners of war during the construction of the Thai-Burmese Railway in WW2
  • Enjoy the lunch at the restaurant.
  • Depart from Kanchanaburi back to Bangkok.
  • Arrive in Bangkok around 17:30:18:00

What’s include

  • Best price guarantee and higher standard quality
  • Safety first company
  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • English-speaking professional guide
  • All entry tickets
  • Insurance
  • Buffet Lunch
  • Bottled waters
  • Hotel transfers
  • Government taxes
  • Personal expenses


Departure

Pick-Up for all hotels, guest houses, rentals and private apartments, etc.. in Bangkok

Pick-Up Time: 6:00-6:30 am


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Additional Info

  • Cancel the trip by Your Tour Desk Co., Ltd. due to weather conditions, operational considerations, or imposed security limitations the full payment will be refunded.

Why should you choose Your Tour Desk?

Your Tour Desk Co. Ltd. is a Tourism Authority of Thailand Licensed and DBD (Department of Business Development) registered travel company offering satisfaction guaranteed day trips, tourist activities, and transfer services with the best prices in Thailand. All of our customers are protected by the AXA Insurance policy. For buyer protection, credit card payments are securely accepted via OMISE Payment Gateway or PayPal. We don’t get any of your credit card information.


Cancellation Policy

  •  Cancellation subject to at least 48 hours notify in advance for a full refund

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avatar - Sep, 24, 2022 -

David Holder