River Kwai Tours from Bangkok Kanchanaburi Tour

Bridge on the River Kwai and Thailand-Burma railway tour

Riverkwai Tours from Bangkok. Visit the famous Bridge over the River Kwai, built by Allied POWs during World War II. Includes a visit to the War Cemetery, home to the graves of approximately 9,000 Allied soldiers who died building the bridge and building the infamous Death Railway . At the JEATH Museum, visitors see a replica of a Japanese prison camp, followed by a train ride on the magnificent Death Railway. then leave from Kanchanaburi province for Bangkok.

Riverkwai Tour from Bangkok

  Experience bridge on the river kwai and thailand-burma railway tour, visit War cemetery Jeath Museum and Death Railway

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Riverkwai Tour from Bangkok

Tour Code: BKKF16

  • Destination: River Kwai Kanchanaburi
  • Start City: Bangkok
  • End City: Bangkok
  • Tour Type: Joint Tour
  • Duration: Full Day
  • Tour Departure : Daily

Tour ‘s Attractions

  • War cemetery
  • Jeath War Museum
  • Bridge over the Riverkwai
  • Train trip along the Death railway

River Kwai Tour from Bangkok

Tour Time : 06.30 Am. – 19.00 Pm.

  • 06.30-45 Am. Pick up at your hotel in central area in Bangkok
  • 09:10 Am. Arrive at Kanchanaburi province and visit to War cemetery of allied prisoners of second world war, walking around War cemetery
  • 10.00 Am. Visit Jeath War Museum
  • 10.40 Am. Walk along the Bridge over the Riverkwai
  • 11.10 Am. Take the train trip along the death railway sight-seeing the countryside
  • 13.45 Pm. Lunch will be provided at local restaurant
  • 15.00 Pm. Departure from Kanchanaburi province to Bangkok
  • 19.00 Pm. Arrived Bangkok

Kanchanaburi

Kanchanaburi is famous for its natural beauty with a landscape of mountains and forests. Important rivers are the Kwae Yai and the Kwae Noi, which flow into the Mae Klong River. Kanchanaburi is a place to relax, watch the water from the riverbank, indoors on a raft or at a riverside restaurant, you can enjoy spectacular waterfalls, lush forests and three of Thailand’s largest bodies of water, rafting, elephant trekking and popular golfing activities among visitors

War Cemetery

War Cemetery Kanchanaburi (Don Rak Cemetery or United Nations Cemetery). It is located on Saeng Chuto Road, Mueang District, Kanchanaburi Province. This cemetery was the burial site of Confederate POWs who died during the construction of the Death Railroad. It is a 27,200 square meter cemetery where the bodies of 6,982 prisoners of war lie. The cemetery grounds are beautiful, covered with well-planted grass, and evoke the vicissitudes of the battle and its aftermath.

Jeath War Museum

The name JEATH comes from the countries involved in the construction of the Death Railway during World War II 1942-1945: Japan, England, America, Australia, Thailand and the Netherlands. And as the name suggests, this small museum features photographs and illustrations documenting the living conditions of prisoners of war (POWs) during that gruesome time. Some of these were donated by former POW survivors. The museum building itself was also diverted from the detention barracks used at that time.

Death Railway

The Death Railway Kanchanaburi was built during World War II by Allied prisoners and Asian laborers organized by the Japanese Army to build a strategic route through Myanmar. Currently, the terminus of this route is Ban Tha Sao or Namtok station. The distance to the waterfall from Kanchanaburi Station to Namtok Station is about 77 km. “The more sleepers, the more prisoners of war who were forced to build this railway died” – this is the story of the Thai-Burmese railway. The 415 km route reflects the brutality and hardships of the prisoners of war, which is why this railway is also called the “Death Railway”

River Kwai Tour Dress Code

  • Free style

Price/Person Adult : 2100฿ Child : 1700฿

* Child rate 3-9 year only

Tour Price included;

  • Hotel transfer round trip
  • English tour guide
  • Lunch
  • Admission fee

Tour excludes

  • Personal expense

How to use this tour?

  • After confirmed we will get TOUR VOUCHER to you by mail for guarantee booking
  • Please present either a printed or show on your mobile to the tour guide
  • TOUR VOUCHER is valid only on the tour date and time specified
  • Please be at your hotel lobby 10 minutes prior to your scheduled pick up time
  • In case traffic jam or transfer delay, please ring to us (hot line for call on tour voucher)

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