Elephant Bathing and Death Railway Tour

For the elephant lovers, not only that you will enjoy an Elephant Trek into the jungle, but you will have an amazing experience of Elephant Bathing in the stream.  Take an unforgettable Death Railway Train ride and visit the Bridge over the River Kwai

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Tour Code: RVK-14A
Departure: Every Day
Destination: River Kwai, Thailand
Duration: Full Day
Meal: Lunch



07:00 hr - Meet with the tour guide at the lobby of your hotel and depart from Bangkok westward to Kanchanaburi province.

09:00 hr- Arrive in Kanchanaburi.  Begin your day visit the War Cemetery, where the remains of nearly 7,000 prisoners of war who perished in the construction of the Thai-Burma Death Railway were buried  Nearby proceed to JEATH Museum: an open-air museum constructed in the form of an actual prisoner of war camp. 

1000 hr - Continue to visit Bridge over the River Kwai: a part of the “Death Railway”, You can walk around and take photos.

1055 hr - Take a train ride along the unforgettable Death Railway, passing through the wooden viaduct and cliff-hugging rail.
12:30 hr - Arrive Tham Krasae Railway Station.  Lunch will be served at a local restaurant 

13:30 hr - Heads on to the Elephant Camp and spend your afternoon with the elephants.  First take a 30 minute elephant ride into the jungle and river.  After the ride, enjoy an unforgettable experience - the Elephant Bathing.  Here you have the opportunity to swim, bathe and play with the elephants in the stream.

15:00 hr - Farewell to the elephant camp and return to Bangkok

18:00 hr - Approximate arrival time in Bangkok and transfer back to your hotel.


  • Pick up and drop off at your hotel in Bangkok City center
  • Private transportation by A/C vehicle
  • A Professional English Speaking guide
  • Lunch
  • Train Ride along the Death Railway.
  • Elephant riding (30 min) and Elephant bathing (30 min)
  • All entrance fees to the places visited per the itinerary


  • Personal Expense
  • Other Items not mention in INCLUDE

Elephant bath what to bring

  • Swimming suit and towels
  • Plastic bags to keep wet clothes
  • One-day contact lenses as eye-glasses can be lost while bathing with the elephants
  • No jewelry or rings

General Terms and Conditions

  • The given time frame is an estimate timing only and can deviate due to traffic, road conditions, weather, pace of tourists and/or any unforeseen reason

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