River Kwai Tours
|Kanchanaburi is Thailand's third largest province. It covers an area of forested mountains. Beyond the distant mountain, Kanchanaburi unfolds into progressively arresting scenic beauty in a landscape characterized by several waterfalls, caves once inhabited by Neolithic man, national parks, and tranquil riverside and reservoir setting.|
|Tour Code||River Kwai Tours | Adventure | Packages||Price in Baht|
|RVK-01||River Kwai City Tour - 1 Day (promo)||1,050|
|RVK-02||River Kwai - Elephant Adventure & Bamboo Rafting (promo)||1,400|
|RVK-12||River Kwai Tours - Tiger Temple - 1 Day (promo)||1,700|
|3 in 1||Floating Market, River Kwai & Tiger Temple||1,950|
|RVK-03||River Kwai Tours - 2 Days / 1 Night - River Kwai||4,400|
|RVK-04||River Kwai Tours - 3 Days / 2 Nights - River Kwai||6,400|
|RVK-05||River Kwai Tours - 3 Days / 2 Nights - Nature & Culture||7,900|
|RVK-HT101||Hintok River Camp - 2 Days / 1 Night - River Kwai Tour||5,200|
|RVK-HT102||Hintok River Camp - 3 Days / 2 Night - Journey on the River Kwai||6,900|
Apart from the fascinating natural geography, many of its major attraction are also connected with the Second World War; The Bridge over the River Kwai - still in use today, it was the target of frequent Allied bombing raids during 1945, and was rebuilt after the war end, The War Museum - an enclave constructed largely in the form of an Allied prisoners of war camp with the collection of photographs displayed, War Cemetery- it contains the remains over 6,000 prisoners of war who perished during the construction of the "Death Railway", Hell Fire Pass - this is a part of the Death Railway, constructed during the Second World War and now abandoned. A long passage made through the Stone Mountain by the Allied prisoners indicates the extreme difficulty in construction the Death Railway.
To the visitors to Kanchanaburi (River Kwai) Province, remember that these sites memorials were constructed not to maintain and profit the hatred amongst human being, particularly between the Japanese and Allied countries, but to warn and teach us the harsh reality of WAR and help prevent such a terrible thing ever happening again.