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One day Tiger Temple + Elephant ride in Kanchanaburi
Full day : 07.00 – 19.30 hrs.

Drive through the Thai countryside to Kanchanaburi, 130 kilometers west of Bangkok is famous for the “Bridge over the River Kwai”, built during the World War II. Also, visits war cemeteries, where lie the graves of the estimated 9,000 people who lost their lives during the railroad’s construction. Take a train along the Death Railway.

07.00 AM. Pick up from your hotel in Khao San Road area
07.30 AM. Departure from Bangkok to Kanchanaburi
09.30 AM.

Arrival in Kanchanaburi, visits Don Rak War Cemetery, and 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)

Take the train along the Death Railway (wooden bridge that built by Allied prisoners of the World War II ) at Thakilen Station for 1 hour and stop at Namtok Stationm where your minibus will wait there and transfer to local restaurant for lunch (pay extra 50 baht per person for train ticket)

01.30 PM. Lunch at local restaurant
02.15 PM. Transfer to Sai Yok Noi Waterfall, free at leisure.
03.00 PM. Transfer to Elephant Camp for elephant ride around 30 minutes
03.30 PM. Transfer to visit the Tiger Temple, in the dimension of Tiger Island Project and then touch the nature of tigers and other kind of wind animals such as deer, wild fowl, wild boar (pay extra 300 baht per person for entrance fee)
04.00 PM. Transfer back to Bangkok
07.30 PM. Arrive Bangkok

Mr. Thai Chawasotsakul Traval & Tour CO.,LTD. PART
Office 16/95 Rambuttri Vallage INN, Soi Rambuttri Chakapong Rd. Pranakorn Bangkok 10200,Thailand.
Tel. : (662) 282-0893-5 Fax : (662) 282-0893 e-mail :mr_thai_travel_@hotmail.com