Posted in: Day Tours

Tour 1.2

Thursday May 8, 2014 by admin
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You will start this tour at 8am from your location in Kanchanaburi or at 6am from your location in Bangkok.
First you will visit the stunning Erawan Waterfalls which are an hour drive away, where you will hike up and have the chance to take a swim in some of the seven pools. This takes about 3 hours.
After you enjoy a Thai lunch in a restaurant at the base of the waterfalls. Our tourguide will order some signature dishes for you.
After lunch you will make your way to the Elephant Sanctuary which is about a 40 minutes drive away. Wash the elephants in the river and feed them fresh fruit after. This is a really heartwarming and unforgettable encounter.
Nothing is better than great coffee or a refreshing drink with a great view. You will have a coffee break at Rim Nam Café, which is right at the River Kwai and a local secret.
After you walk over the Wooden Bridge built in WWII along the River Kwai and steep rocks and visit the Krasae Cave which was used as a hospital during that period.
On your way back to Kanchanaburi you will visit ancient temple ruins at the Prasat Muang Singh Historical Park which were built in the 13th century in the Bayon style (Khmer).
To finish a great day you will visit the infamous Bridge over the River Kwai and with a bit of luck you will even see the train crossing it.
The tour ends around 6.30pm in Kanchanaburi. Transfer to Bangkok takes about 2.5h – 3h

This tour includes:

  • Private transport from/to your location/destination in Kanchanaburi
  • Private air conditioned car
  • Private good English speaking tour guide
  • All entrance fees
  • Erawan Waterfalls
  • Erawan National Park
  • Death Railway Wooden Bridge
  • Krasae Cave
  • Elephant Bath (at an Elephant Sanctuary)
  • The Bridge over River Kwai
  • Lunch
  • Coffee break & snacks
  • Drinking water
  • Soft drinks
  • Beautiful experience
  • This is a recommended tour of us. We can customize each tour to your wishes. Choose the places you want to see and activities you want to do at “Tour on demand”