Private Tour to Erawan Waterfall and Kanchanaburi from Bangkok
Our itinerary includes Erawan Water Fall, River Kwai Bridge, Wat Tai, JEATH War Museum, Wat Tham Khao Poon, Death Railway, Chong Kai War Cemetery, and a long-tailed boat ride in River Kwai.
Erawan Water Fall
River Kwai Bridge
JEATH War Museum
Wat Tham Khao Poon
Chong Kai War Cemetery
A long-tailed boat ride in River Kwai
Private air-conditioned vehicle
Long-tailed boat ride in River Kwai (45 minutes)
Admission fee to Erawan waterfalls
Admission fee to JEATH War Museum
Admission fee to Wat Tham Khao Pun
Delicious lunch and drink at a raft restaurant
Life jacket for a boat ride
Travel acccident Insurance (max coverage 1,000,000 THB per person)
Please note: Minimum age of client is 2 years old. Price of THB 14199 is indicated per group of 3 people. Price of THB 13152 is indicated per group of 2 people. The price for a solo traveler is THB 12554. The price for a child (age 2-11) is THB 2987. Inquire price for a group of more than 3 people.
Your 14-hour wonderful full-day tour in Kanchanaburi, dedicatedly designed by our veteran 10-year experience guides! You will rejoice in a natural, cultural and historical explorations in a single day. Our exclusive itinerary includes Erawan Waterfall, River Kwai Bridge, Wat Tai, JEATH War Museum, Wat Tham Khao Poon, Death Railway, Chong Kai War Cemetery and a long-tailed boat in River Kwai.
In the morning, you will visit Erawan Waterfall, spend 3 hours in beautiful rainforest and swim in emerald green ponds. In the afternoon, you will be re-fueled with delicious lunch, visit many historical sites of Kanchanaburi, savor the beautiful scenery of River Kwai in a long-tailed boat, and enjoy an exciting moment to see the train passing by you!
Erawan Waterfall is recognized as one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Thailand. The major attraction of the park is the 7-tiered Erawan Falls with emerald green ponds. Erawan has seven separate tiers spanning approximately 1,500 meters through the thick rainforest of the park. The park are named after "Erawan", the three-headed white elephant of Hindu mythology. The top tier of the falls is said to resemble an elephant head.
Bridge on the River Khwae
Thanks to several films and books, the Bridge on the River Khwae has become famous and attracted both Thais and foreigners to the site. If an ordinary black iron bridge can tell a story, you can be sure it's a dramatic one. The bridge has steel plates over the ties to make it easy to walk over the span. There are also viewing platforms between the trestles to give you a view of the river as well as to give you a place to get out of the way if you're on the bridge when a train comes. You will have a delicious lunch at a raft restaurant near the River Kwai Bridge.
JEATH War Museum
The name JEATH is derived from countries engaged in the WWII death railway construction from 1942 to 1945: Japan, England, America, Australia, Thailand and Holland. The JEATH museum displays photographs and illustrations narrating the living condition of prisoners of war (POWs) during that cruel time, some of which were donated by former POWs who survived. The museum building itself was also turned from the detention hut, used during that period.
Wat Chai Chumphon Chana Songkhram, or Wat Tai, is an old temple that is invaluable to the people of Kanchanaburi province. In ancient times, Thai army had gathered many soldiers who were overwhelmed to join the ceremony to set up a shrine to worship the superstitious guardian angel. Our travelers will enjoy 45-minute Thai-style, long-tailed boat ride from here to Wat Tham Khao Poon and savor beautiful scenery of River Kwai.
Wat Tham Khao Pun
Wat Tham Khao Pun is a cave temple with a fun labyrinth of illuminated passageways. The marked trail is a bit of a squeeze in some places, but ducking beneath limestone protrusions to discover these subterranean shrines is a special experience that you can't miss it!
The Death Railway
The Death Railway, or the Thai-Burma Railway, is a train made infamous by a horrific wartime atrocity upon prisoners of World War II. The train still operates as a regular Thailand regional train. Thai locals and foreign tourists can ride this train to explore important landmarks in Kanchanaburi such as Krasae Cave, the River Kwai Bridge, and Sai Yok Noi Waterfall. Please note that we will visit Death Railway, not Death Railway museum. Since Death Railway is not marked on Google maps, we marked Death Railway museum as an itinerary replacement.
Chong Kai War Cemetery
Chong Kai War Cemetery is your optional visit. You can tell your guide to visit this place if you are interested in Thai-Burma history. Situated only 2 kilometers south of town on the bank of the Kwai Noi River, the cemetery occupies the site of the Chong Kai which once was the prisoner of war camp. Its tranquility reminds the visitors of the war and its after-effects.
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