Bangkok Damnern Saduak Floating Market and Kanchanaburi River Kwai Trekking 2 days 1 night

Program: Bangkok Damnern Saduak Floating Market and Kanchanaburi River Kwai Trekking 2 days 1 night


Special Price : 1,800 THB/Adult

(Normal Price: 2,500 THB)

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Day 1

06.30 a.m. Pick up tourists from various points.

08.00 a.m. Departure from Bangkok to Damnern Saduak Floating Market.

09.30 a.m. Arrive at the ferry boat pier and take a long tailed speed boat to the main part of the floating market. We have time 1 hour walk around to see the market, (or join a paddle boat is optional.)

12.30 p.m. Thai Lunch will be served.

14.30 p.m. Visit to The JEATH museum. (fee pay 40 Baht)

15.30 p.m. Visit to The Bridge Over The River Kwai.

16.30 a.m. Catch a train and see The Death Railway on the path. The most dangerous curving bridge, which is built of wooden log along the mountain side constructed by the allied prisoners of the second world war.

18.00 p.m. Go to The Floating House.

18.30 p.m. Arrive at The Floating house ( Air-Condition And Fan Room ) for staying overnight and have free time.

20.00 p.m. Thai Dinner will be served.

Day 2

08.00 a.m. Thai Breakfast will be served.

09.30 a.m. Go to the Elephant camp.

10.00 a.m. Enjoy Elephant riding through jungle and Bamboo rafting along The River Kwai.

12.00 p.m. Thai lunch will be served.

13.30 p.m. Arrive at Saiyoknoi waterfall, ½ hour free time for personal leisure.

17.00 p.m. Return to Bangkok.

19.00 p.m. Arrive in Bangkok.


Tour include:

- Transport (Pick up and Drop off at the hotel)

- Tickets

- 4 meals (Lunch, Dinner, Breakfast, Lunch)

- 1 night guest room with fan (Extra pay 200 Baht: with Air Condition)

- English speaking guide

Tour not include

- Soft drink

- The Jeath museum admission fee

- All options


- Erawan National Park

- Elephant Bathing

- Tiger Temple

For your safety and enjoyable trip, please bring your own walking shoes, Light clothing, Towel, Flashlight, Long trousers, mosquito repellent, small medical kit.

Please don’t wear “bright color” (Red or Orange) on your visiting to

the Tiger Temple.