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An amazing mix of contrasts between experiencing the local Damnoen Saduak floating market. It is located in Ratchaburi province, and includes WW II memorial places such as the River Kwai Bridge, War Cemetery, and War Museum in Kanchanaburi province.
As a private trip, everything is tailored to your specific requirements. The itinerary can be adapted, modified, or even places can be added more or cut less.
The following is what you can expect to experience from this trip.
The original and real floating market.
WW II Memorial Sites
All are flexible to your Need
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Hotel in Bangkok
07.00am > pick up time > will be advised
Welcome & pick-up from your hotel by our local English-speaking tour guide and private driver. Then head to Damnoen Saduak floating market.
It takes about 1.30 hours to get there.
Our first stop is at the long tail boat pier.
Next up, take a long-tail boat through the elaborated canal network, passing by villages, plantations, and fruit orchards.
It takes about 20 minutes to get to the main Damnoen Saduak Floating Market.
To experience Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, where locals in traditional farmer’s dress and hat paddle their small boat full of varieties of fresh tropical Thai fruits and many other kinds of local ready-to-serve food.
Here, you can walk around or buy a ticket for 150 THB for a seat on the paddle boat to experience the market.
Or just relax by sitting and sipping local coffee.
Spend time here for about an hour.
Next up, continue to Kanchanaburi to visit the River Kwai Bridge.
Lunch is at a local restaurant on the way.
Time for a delicious lunch. Let’s enjoy a delicious lunch at a local restaurant on the way.
After lunch, pay a visit to War Cemetery, which contains the remains of approximately 9,000 prisoners of war who died during the construction of the “Death Railway.”
Then a little walk to Thailand – Burma Railway Center or Death Railway Museum inside displays the events that happened during the construction of the River Kwai Bridge and exhibits the collections of photographs, pictures, articles, pistols, knives, other related items, and movies.
Next, visit the River Kwai Bridge.
Then continue to the River Kwai Bridge, which served as the inspiration for the film “The Bridge Over the River Kwai.” During World War II, 1942-1945, POWs built this structure.
Finishing and preparing, then driving back to Bangkok through the countryside.
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