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River Kwai 1 night

River Kwai 1 night

Day 1 Bangkok River Kwai: Early departure to Kanchanaburi province (approx 2½ hours). Visit the Thailand-Burma Railway Centre Museum and moving war cemetery of the Allied prisoners of World War II who died building the railway. Continue to the world-famous Bridge over the River Kwai then travel an hour by road and longtailed boat on the River Kwai to your hotel. After lunch travel upstream by boat to visit the nearby ethnic Mon Tribal Village, whose people lead a simple way of life.

Day 2 River Kwai/Bangkok: Return downstream by boat and onwards by road to the Hellfire Pass Memorial. After lunch at a local restaurant take a ride on the Death Railway train passing over the original wooden viaduct constructed by Allied POWs. Afternoon departure for Bangkok (approx 3 hours).

Extend to the two night tour for time to relax or enjoy trekking into the abundant forest. All our River Kwai hotels on page 35 are also available independently of the tour.

What you need to know

Departures: Daily from Bangkok for a minimum of two passengers.

Accommodation: River Kwai Resotel, also available at a supplement at Hintok River Camp or The FloatHouse. X2 River Kwai available on a private tour basis. Please ask for prices.

Tour Price: The prices shown opposite are based on the best value travel dates in low season and includes return transfers by mini bus or coach, sightseeing as outlined and accommodation on full board at your chosen River Kwai hotel.

Note: Not recommended for the less mobile. A night in Bangkok both before and after is recommended.



1 night escorted tour from £165pp

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