BKK-B22 : HOT DEAL:Combine 2 in 1: Floating Market + River Kwai Bridge

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very big day
Price : 1,500 THB
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Program Details:
06:30a.m.- 7 a.m. pick up at hotel lobby(pick up time will be confirmed by reservation)
Wake up early and get away from busy city of Bangkok, heading south west to the world famous Damnoen Sadauk Floating Market,one of the few original Floating Markets in Thailand. It is located in Ratchaburi province, 110 km south–west of Bangkok. Back to the traditional life style, sit back and relax on a private longtail boat (Gondola Thailand), which will take you along the canal, enjoy the greenery view of coconut and various kind of fruit plantations and witness the farmer life style.  Soon you get to the busy authentic floating market. Enjoy trying different kinds of fresh tropical fruits, mouth watering noodles, snacks, coconut drinks etc. at the market.
Lunch will be served at restaurant.
Continue to Kanchanaburi. Walk on the historical iron bridge,the River Kwai Bridge.  Also stop atthe cemetery of the remains almost 7,000 prisoner of war, who lost their lives during the construction of the "Death Railway".
Viist WW 2 Mesuem before heading back to Bangkok.
Around 17:00 arrive back your hotel.
Price:      1,500 THB/person only Join Tour is available. Please contact us if you require private tour.
  • Air-conditioned transfer and English speaking guide
  • Boat trip thru canals of Damnoensadauk Village to Floating Market
  • Admission fee to attractions stated above 
  • Lunch
  • Round trip  transfer to your hotel(pick up at hotels located not in town of Bangkok Bangna Trad, Ratchadapisek ,Rama IX, Srinakarin Rd. will be charged extra  200 THB per person)
  • Tips not necessary but as gratitude for your Tour Guide/Driver. “It’s up to you”.
  • Drink a lot of water.
  • The weather can  be very hot.  Bring along Sun block, hat, caps or umbrella. 

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