Morning you will visit the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market full of sights and sounds – as vendors sell their product. Then, continue by 1.30 hours drive to visit Thailand’s western most provinces Kanchanaburi and the infamous Bridge over the River Kwai, built during the Second World War. There’s also visits to the town’s two allied war cemeteries,where lie the graves of the estimated 9,000 people who lost their lives during the railroad’s construction
Pick up from your hotel in Khao San Road area
Departure from Bangkok to Damnoen Saduak Floating Market. On the way, we will visit the Sugar House to observe the process of sugar refinery from coconut flower sap (only 15 minutes).
Arrival at the ferry boat pier and take a long tail boat to the main part of the floating market. We have time 1.20 hours for walk around to see the market (or join a paddle-boat pay extra at 150 baht per person)
Departure from Floating Market to Kanchanaburi
Lunch at local restaurant, Thai Food will be served.
Transfer to visit “Don Rak War Cemetery”, contains the remains of 6,982 Australian, Dutch and British prisoners of war who lost their lives during the construction of the Death Railway.
Then, continue to visit the Bridge over the River Kwai and the last place to visit the JEATH War Museum, inside the museum there are pictures and stories from the war. (Pay extra 40 baht per person for entrance fee).
Transfer back to Bangkok by mini-busm en-route stop and visit the “Big Pagoda in Nakhon Pathom”. The Big Pagoda contains part of relic of the Lord Buddha (donation 40 baht/person for entrance fee).
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