Thailand Tour Center

Note : Times are an estimate depending on the amount of time you spend at each activity. Confirm with your
guide on the day.

08:00am Pick up at your hotel in Bangkok and Leave Bangkok for Kanchanaburi.
10:00am Arrive in Kanchanaburi with your first stop being a visit to the world famous Bridge over the River 
Kwai and the Allied Prisoner of World War II Cemetery.
11:30am Take a train ride along part of the "Death Railway" to Nam Tok station which costs an additional 
(5 USD each or 150 Baht each). Nam Tok (Waterfall) Station is the last existing train station of the Thailand 
Burma Railway in Thailand. On the way the train will pass along the famous wooden trestle bridge. As seen
in the movie Casualties of War that runs along the side of a cliff. Visit the picturesque Sai Yok 
one of Thailand's most amazing natural wonders and the old abandoned Japanese Train from 
WW2 that
sits in the jungle very close to the falls. This is one exciting train ride you will never forget !!

12:30pm Lunch at Thai Restaurant.
01:00pm Leave for Tiger Temple.
01:30pm Arrive at the world famous Tiger Temple. The Tiger Temple is set within the dimensions of the Tiger
Island Project, here you can get up close and personal with nature and touch and have your photo taken with
tigers and other wild animals such as deer, wild fowl and wild boar.

03:00pm Leave for the Elephant Camp : Free Elephant Ride (Please select in the option box.) or You can
enjoy a cool down while swimming and bathing with these magnificent beasts. Here you can also take an
Elephant Bath & Swim for additional 700 Baht/pp. As well as River Rafting down The River Kwai 350 Baht/pp
for a minimum time of 30 minutes. Enjoy an exciting Train Ride down the last stretch of the Burma-Thailand
Death Railway for an extra 150 Baht/pp and Visit the Kasae Buddha Cave that was used as an hospital for
POW's in WWII and walk along the trestle bridge to the cave.
05:00pm Leave Kanchanaburi and head back to Bangkok to your hotel.

Tiger Temple Rules : Do not wear red/orange colour clothes. Ladies should have minimum three quarter
sleeves and shorts to the knee for the temple. No loud noises or sudden movements or running. Many
Temples in Thailand are called Tiger Temple, This Temple is not called Tiger Temple.


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