Hellfire Pass + Death Railway Train + River Kwai Tour Kanchanaburi

An inexpensive joined group tour to visit Hellfire Pass and the Bridge over the River Kwai on a day trip from Bangkok. Also you will experience a train ride along Death Railway

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Tour Code: RVK-0428
Departure: Every Day
Destination: River Kwai, Thailand
Duration: Full Day
Meal: Lunch


  • Available:  Everyday and Tomorrow
  • Reservation: At least 1 day in advance before 20:00 hr


06:30-07:30    Pick up from your hotel or meeting point the following area: Khaosan, Silom, Sathorn, Sukhumvit (Soi 1-24), Asoke, Pratunam.

09:30-09:50    Arrive at Kanchanaburi (River Kwai Bridge).  Visit the Bridge Over the River Kwai and Jeath War Museum

11:00-12:20    Take a train ride from River Kwai Bridge along the Death Railway (Krasae Cave)

12:30-13:15    Lunch at Wang Pho station area

14:00-14:20    Arrive at Hellfire Pass, the famous Hellfire Pass where you will walk through cutting and see shrines and tributes to those who lost their lives building the railway

15:50-16:05    Depart from Hellfire Pass to downtown Kanchanaburi

17:00-17:15    Depart from Kanchanaburi to return to Bangkok

19:30-20:00    Arrive at the hotel in Bangkok


  • Free pick up and drop off at the hotel in the designated area
  • Transportation in A/C minivan
  • Sightseeing as described
  • Local English-speaking guide
  • Lunch (Thai Food)
  • Train Ticket along Death Railway
  • All admission fees.
  • Booking and Credit Card Fees


  • Personal Expense

Joined Group Tour:

  • The joined group tour involves pick up the tour participants at different hotels in the designated area and there can be some delayed.


Out of Designated Area or Route:

  • In case your hotel is not located in the designated area on Khaosan, Silom, Sathorn, Sukhumvit (Soi 1-24), Asoke, Pratunam, we will suggest the meeting point in the above area and pick up time.

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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