A long drive from Bangkok through the country side, but well worth the experience. We enjoy the visit to this iconic bridge.
Discover a side to Bangkok that many visitors miss on a tour focused on the Bridge on River Kwai and the Thai-Burma Death Railway, an ideal choice for history buffs. Choose from a group or private tour depending on your preference, and travel between landmarks in the air-conditioned comfort of a coach. Plus, all entrance fees, lunch, and hotel pickup and drop-off are included for a seamless experience.
Your tour begins with hotel pickup in Bangkok, where you’ll board an air-conditioned coach destined for the Bridge on River Kwai. During the journey, your guide provides an overview of how thousands of prisoners of war were forced to work on a railroad track that connected Myanmar with Thailand.
Stop first at the Bridge on River Kwai before continuing to a section of the Thai-Burma Death Railway and two cemeteries that pay tribute to the 16,000 prisoners that died during the construction of the railway. After a Thai lunch at a local restaurant, your tour concludes with hotel drop-off.
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Very long day (12 hours) but well worth it. We visited Jeath war museum, a garveyard for fallen soldiers and then onto a longtail boat ride up the river to the bridge. We walked the bridge with plenty of photo opportunities and then caught the...More
A sense of sadness overcome me as I step inside one of the house that exhibited WWII wartime scenes of torture & hard labor, many old relics of military vehicles, weaponry & photographs too all line the walls of this JEATH Museum. Quite eerie actually,...More
It was below average experience, a day before the trip I got an email that they can't pick me up from the hotel, I have to come to the different hotel. It was very inconvenient at 6am in the morning. When we actually got to...More
We felt this trip went very well. Pickup was on time, and we were OK with the Bangkok traffic on the way back so were done and dusted by 5pm Be aware though that it is a long bus ride there and especially back. We...More