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River Kwai - Museum - Train - Hellfire Pass

Location : KANCHANABURI
By : MINI-BUS
Duration : 1
Hellfire Pass (Thai:ช่องเขาขาด,known by the Japanese as Konyu Cutting) is the name of a railway cutting on the former Burma Railway ("Death Railway") in Thailand which was built with forced labour during the Second World War, in part by Allied p
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06:50-07:00 a.m. Pick up  from hotel in Khaosan road.and nearby  area.                           
09:30-09:50 a.m. Arrive at Kanchanaburi ( River Kwai Bridge )
visit , The Bridge Over the River Kwai
and Jeath War Museum
11:00-12:20 a.m Take a train from River Kwai Bridge along the Death
Railway ( Krasae Cave )   
12:30-13:15 p.m. Lunch time at Wang pho station area.
14.00-14: 20 p.m. Arrive at Hellfire Pass the famous Hellfire Pass
where you will walk through  the railway cutting
and see shrines and tributes to those who lost their
lives building the railway
15:50-16:05 p.m. Depart  from Hellfire Pass to downtownKanchanaburi     
17.00 - 17:15 p.m. Depart from Kanchanaburi to return to Bangkok.
19:15 - 19:30 p.m. Arrive in Bangkok at Khaosan Road area.
We provide a pick up service from your hotel.

Booking Conditions

  • Booking must be made at least 3 days in advance.
  • This is an instant confirmation booking.
  • Credit Card will be charged at the end of the booking.
  • Confirmation voucher will be sent to you within 24 hours.
  • Please print out voucher and present upon pickup.

 

Transportation

  • Pick from Hotel is included. Please advise your Hotel name and room number upon reservation. We will confirm back the estimated time of your pickup.
  • Please wait at the lobby at least 15 minutes before the informed pickup time.

 

Cancellation

 

  • No show 100%
  • Cancellation 3 days in advance 50% charge.
  • Changes can be done 3 days in advance with change fee of THB 300/person.
KANCHANABURI
 
1,600.00 ฿
Duration : 1
 
 
Total Price : 0.00 ฿
 

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