Tiger Temple, Floating Market and River Kwai Bridge Tour, Kanchanburi

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Leave Bangkok early on this private luxury river kwai kanchanaburi tour and take the first stop at the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market and tour the market on a longtail boat. The private Thailand tour then head to Kanchanaburi to visit the Bridge over the river kwai and war cemetery of allied prisoners. There is a museum about the hellfire pass and railroad next to the cemetery that the tour can stop at. When you arrive at the Thai Tiger Temple you will be amazed that you can walk with Tigers as they are led to the Tiger Canyon for your photo shoot with the Thai Adult Tigers. After the Thai Tiger Temple there is an opportunity for the private Thailand tour to stop at the Thai Elephant camp and ride the Thai Elephants. The private tour ends at your arrival back to your Bangkok hotel.

 

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  • 07:00am Meet Guide in Lobby of hotel
  • Arrive Floating Market tour Market on long tail type Boats
  • Leave for Kanchanaburi river kwai
  • Kanchanaburi visit to Bridge over the River Kwai and war cemetery of allied prisoners and if you wish there is a museum about the Hellfire Pass at the war cemetery.
  • Lunch
  • 01:30pm Visit Tiger Temple, walk with the Tigers and photos with adult Tigers
  • Time allowing: Feed Wild Monkeys, Kaset Buddha Cave, Trestle Bridge part of the Death Railway, Wang Po
  • Optional (extra cost pay on day): River Rafting, Elephant Camp and Elephant ride, Elephant bath
  • Leave Kanchanaburi Province for Bangkok.

 

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  • 2 people 8,900 Baht
  • 3-8 people add 1,900 Baht per person
  • 9+ please email us for a quote

    Kanchanaburi river kwai Tour is all Day and includes modern transportation, driver, fuel, tolls, parking, licensed guide, longtail boat tour of floating market, entrance fees to Tiger Temple and lunch and Personal Accident Insurance.

 

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Take a day tour from Bangkok to the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, this large and popular floating market is southwest of Bangkok Thailand in Ratchaburi province. This is a good place to stop and see on the way to Bridge over River Kwai and the Tiger Temple outside of Bangkok Thailand.

damnoen saduak bangkok floating market
You will see many small boats laden with colorful fruits and vegetables and paddled by Thai women wearing bamboo hats crowded together on the canal. The Damnoen Saduak canal was ordered to be built in 1866 by King Rama IV of the Chakri Dynasty to facilitate waterborne travels between Ratchaburi and Samutsakhon Provinces. It was finished and opened to the public in 1868. Nowadays, apart from providing transportation, Damnoen Saduak canal also provides local farmers with adequate water for agricultural purposes.
A number of canals were dug to connect with it by local peasants to get water for their land. As the soil along the canal is very fertile, the area has a high potential for producing various kinds of fruits and vegetables which are sold at this floating market.
The Floating Market is routinely crowded with hundreds of vendors and purchasers floating in their small rowing boats selling and buying agricultural products and local food, which are mostly brought from their own nearby orchards. Therefore, it is a very attractive place for tourists to see this old style and traditional way of selling and buying goods. There are also many boats seling delicious noodles and other wonderful Thai dishes..

 

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