FULL DAY RIVER KWAI + TIGER TEMPLEHightlight : Kanchanaburi, in Myanmar border,is home to the famous bridge River Kwai,during WW II,Japan constructed the meter-gauge railway line from Ban Pong,Thailand to Thanbyuzayat,Burma,The line passing through the scenic Three Pagodas Pass runs for 250 miles. This is now known as the Death Railway.
The infamous Thailand Tiger Temple is located at Kanchanaburi, Wat Pha Luang Ta Bua, or the Tiger Temple ,is a Theravada Buddhist forest temple in western Thailand.It is a sanctuary for numerous animals,including serveral tame tigers.The tigers walk around freely once a day and can be petted by visitors.The Tiger Temple is located in the Saiyok district of the Kanchaburi province,not far from the border with Myanmar,along the 323 highway.
06:30 -07.30hrs : Pick up tourists from hotel in city area
07:30 hrs. : Departure from Bangkok Kanchanaburi
09:30 hrs. : Visit the cemetery of the allied prisoners of World War 2.The Prisoners of war include men from Holland, Australia, England, South Asia,New Zealand, Denmark and other.
10:00 hrs. : Visit the JEATH museum gives the clearest introduction to local wartime history
10:30 hrs. : Visit bridge over the River Kwai built by the allied prisoners of war
12:30 hrs. : Arrive at Wang Pho district.Lunch at the jungle view restaurant, Thai food will be served.
13:00 hrs. : Leave from Jungle view restaurant
14:00 hrs. : Arrive at the Tiger Temple
16:00 hrs. : Departure from Kanchnaburi to Bangkok
19:00 hrs. : Arrive in Bangkok.