|Day one: (07:00 - 19:00)
We'll pick you up from your accommodation
in Bangkok and depart for Kanchanaburi.
The whole morning is dedicated to visit the WWII
museum, the nearby war cemetery
and the Bridge over the River Kwai.
Afterwards continue your jounrey further north to Thong
Pha Phum district. En route have lunch
(L) at a local Thai restaurant.
Visit Muang Sing Historical Park - the
so called 'Lion city' was in the 12th century the most
western Khmer outpost. Continue your trip to Ban
Suan Thaweechai Resort. On the way have a coffee break at
Wachilalongkorn Dam crest and enjoy the view at the Khao
Laem Lake. Check in at the resort and enjoy your dinner
(D) board on the floating raft where
you'll spend your night as well.
|Day two: (08:00 - 18:00)
(B) continue your journey further north
to the border town Sangkhlaburi –
which is famous for its rural beauty and the locally living hill
tribes. Visit the Three Pagodas Pass at
the Thai-Burmese border. Enjoy shopping at the border market and
take the chance to buy some local souvenirs from both countries.
Have lunch (L)
at a local Thai restaurant and afterwards visit Wat Wangwiwakaram (Mon Temple) which was built by joint efforts of Thai, Mon, Karen und Burmese
residents. This is therefore perceived as a spiritual centre for
those living in this area. Afterwards visit the Wooden
Mon Bridge. The approximately 900 m long bridge is the
longest wooden bridge in Thailand. Enjoy your dinner (D) at a local restaurant befrore checking in at P.
Guesthouse in Sangkhlaburi.
|Day three: (08:00 - 18:00)
After having breakfast (B) take a boat to the Karen Village and its elephant
camp. After reaching the camp start elephant
riding through dense jungle. The route runs up and down the
mountainous area. After one hour having fun on the elephants back,
your adventure proceeds with white water bamboo
rafting along the nearby stream in the peaceful environment.
Be impressed with a pleasant view of tropical forest for the 45
Depart for the Hindat Hot Springs and
enjoy a bath in a natural hot spa. After having lunch
(L) at a nearby local Thai restaurant
continue your journey to the Hellfire Pass.
Upon arrival learn more about the moving story related to the
Death Railway and its construction. Visit the Hellfire
Pass Museum and take a short walk to the Hellfire Pass.
Walk along parts of the former railway track where hard living
and working conditions caused thousands of allied POWs and locals
Continue your journey and check in at Sai Yok
View Resort inside Sai Yok National Park. Have dinner
(D) there and enjoy the sunset.
|Day four: (08:00 - 19:00)
Have breakfast (B)
and enjoy your leisure time while swimming
in the Kwai Noi River or just relax and enjoy sunbathing. Have
at a local Thai restaurant before leaving to Nam Tok Train Station
by A/C van.
Take the train from Nam
Tok Station to Tha Kilen Station
along the Death Railway and enjoy the
After arriving at Tha Kilen Station take the A/C van to the Tiger
Sanctuary Temple which is well reported by the international
and local media. The rescued tigers are well taken care by Buddhist
monks. Their abbot Phra Acharn Phoosit Khantidharo works
also in collaboration with other organisations to run the newly
established “Tiger Conservation Project”.
If you don’t fear, you'll have the chance to pet
the tamed tigers.
Continue afterwards with your journey to Kanchanaburi and from
there back to Bangkok.
- roundtrip Bangkok - Kanchanaburi - Bangkok with an A/C van
- meals & admission fees for destinations mentioned in the program
- transportation with A/C van and long-tail boat
- 3 nights accommodation as mentioned in the above program
- English speaking guide
- all activities mentioned above incl. elephant riding
& bamboo rafting, boat trips
- drinking water, coffee and tea
- insurance 200,000 THB per person is supplied (for internet bookings only)
not included in the price:
- alcoholic drinks & soft drinks
- other services not mentioned in the program
||4 pax up
|price per person in Thai
Baht (THB) incl. tax
||4 days / 3 nights
||trekking, elephant riding, elephant bathing, bamboo
rafting, museum, war cemetery, River Kwai Bridge, swimming, boat
trips, Tiger Temple, train along the Death Railway, Hellfire Pass,
are advised to wear reliable walking shoes and loose clothing suitable
for the humid weather. Apply sun protection cream or lotion and
wear hats for those who are sensitive to sunlight. Cameras and videos
are a great way to help you record your adventure experiences. Don't
forget to take your swimming suit and towels with you.
Precaution: While observing the tigers’ walk
it is essential to follow the instructions and advises given by
the sanctuary keepers and the guide.
Please don’t wear red coloured clothes while visiting the tigers.