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Informative, friendly and professional guide
All entrance fees included
Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
Day 1 (-/L/D)
6-6.30am - Pick up from major hotels in Bangkok downtown area.
9am - Arrive Kanchanaburi province (about 128kms west of Bangkok)
Visit Thailand–Burma Railway Centre, this an interactive museum, information and research facility dedicated to presenting the history of the Thailand–Burma Railway. Designed to be an educational and moving experience.
Visit the Allied War Cemetery which is a memorial to some 6000 allied prisoners of war (POWs) during WWII who perished along the railway line that later became known as 'The Death Railway', and were moved post-war to this eternal resting place.
Visit the world famous Bridge over the River Kwai, a part of Death Railway constructed by Allied POWs.
12pm - Arrive at Hintok River Camp. Check–in and have Lunch upon arrival
2pm - Visit Hellfire Pass. Hellfire Pass is the name of a railway cutting on the former Burma Railway, the 'Death Railway', which was built by the Allied POWs during the Second World War, the pass became infamous due to the harsh conditions and heavy loss of life suffered by its laborers during construction. (
01 Jan-30 Jun 2018 Hellfire Pass Interpretative Centre (the museum) will be closed for renovations, however, visits will still go ahead to the actual location to see Hellfire Pass. Then a visit will be made to Sir Weary Dunlop’s Park at the nearby Home Phutoey River Kwai Resort. Due to its similar historical thread it is believed that this is a suitable alternative to the museum while it is closed.) In the later afternoon we cycle by mountain to visit a village or farm nearby the camp.
7pm - Dinner and overnight at Hintok River Camp
Day 2 (B/L/-)
6am - Early morning biking across a hanging bridge to the temple to offer food to monks
7am - Breakfast
9am - Check out and take a long-tailed boat to the River Kwai Jungle Rafts to visit the ethnic Mon Tribal Village. The Mon people are an ethnic group from Myanmar, living near the Thai-Myanmar border. The Mon were one of the earliest peoples to reside in Southeast Asia and have a great history. Then return to the hotel
11am - Depart the village
11.40am - Lunch at a local restaurant
1pm - Take a historic ride on Death Railway Train passing over original wooden viaduct constructed by Allied POWs
2.20pm - Journey back to Bangkok
6pm - Arrive Bangkok and transfer to hotels
4 meals (Lunch, dinner, breakfast, lunch)
Admission Fee to all places indicated in the program
Complimentary mountain bike usage
Insurance for tour
Optional tours or excursions not mentioned in the program
Other meals not mentioned in the program
Personal expenses such as drinks, snacks and tips
Optional extras available for train ride. (Seating is not guaranteed. For guarantee of seating and bottle of cold water additional cost of 160THB will be required. For guarantee of seating, tea or coffee and certificate additional costing is 300THB. Payment must be made prior to boarding train.)
Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
Minimum numbers apply. There is a possibility of cancellation after confirmation if there are not enough passengers to meet requirements. In the event of this occurring, you will be offered an alternative or full refund
Not wheelchair accessible
The duration of transfers are approximate, the exact duration will depend on the time of day and traffic conditions. (This is particularly applicable to the Kanchanaburi to Bangkok transfer where traffic conditions can be very unpredictable.).
Minimum age 3years
Child rates applicable for children between 3 and 12 years old if occupying the parents’ room. If bed required, adult rate will apply.
Any meals not taken are not refundable on this program