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Tour Code: FT-03
Overview: Visit the real floating market at Damneonsaduak, one of the last authentic Floating markets in Thailand and continue to the world famous River Kwai Bridge and Death Railway.
Tour Type: Group/Private
Duration: Very Big Day
Program Details: 06:30a.m. – 7 a.m. pick up at hotel lobby (pick up time will be confirmed by reservation)
AM: Heading south west to the world famous Damnoen Sadauk Floating Market, one of the few original Floating Markets in Thailand, located in Ratchaburi, 110 km from Bangkok. Back to the traditional life style, sit back and relax on a long-tail 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, mouthwatering noodles, snacks, coconut drinks etc. at the market.
PM: Continue to Kanchanaburi. Lunch (included) at local restaurant.
Visit the historical iron bridge, the River Kwai Bridge and WWII Museum, which exhibits the tragedy and lost during WWII. The museum also collects various items connected with the construction of the railway by prisoner of war in 1942. Also stop at the cemetery of the remains almost 7,000 prisoners of war, who lost their lives during the construction of the “Death Railway”.
Around 5 pm transfer back to Bangkok, arrive your hotel around 7 pm.
Please Contact Us for private tour / group booking
Price / person (THB):
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For Private Tour/Group Booking please see price below or contact us for special rate. Special offer for Private tour only, Yummy Mango and sticky or Thai snacks and a chance to visit Train Market.
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