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River Kwae Bridge With Train

Price Join Tour

2,200 THB / Person  

Day  :  Friday

Time  :  06.30 – 19.00 Hrs.

Price Private Tour  

2 Pax – 4,200 THB / Person

3 Pax – 3,200 THB / Person

4 Pax – 2,600 THB / Person

5 Pax and up 2,200 THB / Person


For Group Tours: 50% of  price for children aged 3-11 years, infants up 2 years of age free of charge.

For Private Tours: Adults and Children at same price.

Tour Description:

          Full day excursion to Kanchanaburi. First  visit The world famous Bridge over the River Kwae. Then continue to The well kept cemeteries containing the graves of an estimate  9,000  allied soldiers who lost their lives while constructing the bridge and The Death Railway and then visit Jeath war musuem.

Continue by train to Wang Pho station for having lunch at a local restaurant. a  beautiful lunch will be served at the floating restaurant beside the River Kwae.

The Tour Includes:  

  • Train ticket
  • Elephants Riding
  • All Entrance Fees
  • Lunch
  • Transportation (pick up from hotel)
  • English or German speaking Guide.

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