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Private Tour: Kanchanaburi Historical Day Trip from Bangkok

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Mae Klong, Bangkok

Travel to Kanchanaburi, west of Bangkok, to see the River Kwai and its infamous bridge. Discover history with guided visits to the Thailand-Burma Railway Center and the War Cemetery, a boat ride in Mae Klong, and a train ride along the 'Death Railway.' During this 11-hour day trip you will travel in the comfort of a private vehicle to explore the these sights with a personal guide.

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Visit of the fisherman's village Home Krateng

Mae Klong, Bangkok

This morning, you will leave early to discover the surprising market of Samut Songkhram in the company of your French-speaking guide. This market, better known as "Mae Klong" is famous because a good part of the market is installed on a railway line still in service! Each time the train passes, you can then enjoy an astonishing spectacle: traders fold and unfold their stalls at an impressive speed! Then, you will take the road again towards Klongklone, where you will marvel at the mangrove and all the secrets it contains! You will then have the chance to observe the customs of local fishermen during your stop at the shellfish farm. Even more amazing, you will see wild monkeys chasing and heckling in their natural habitat, during a short cruise on the river. To complete this unique experience, you will be offered lunch in a restaurant on stilts in the middle of the sea!

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Fullday PrivateTour Refreshing,Healing,Amazing scape to Ratchaburi from Bangkok

Mae Klong, Bangkok

Ratchaburi is 80 kilometres (50 mi) west of Bangkok and borders Myanmar to the west with the Tenasserim Hills as a natural border. The Mae Klong flows through the center of Ratchaburi town. Experience the freshness of Thai Popular village also famed for It’s Floating Market (world famed). But this time we go to experience some memorable attractions other than Floating Market in this popular province, We will visit one of top attraction Wat Nong Hoi where you can say hello to friendly monkey just awaiting you to welcome. So far you have heard about phython or cobra snake, let me take you to SNAKE mountain ..Yes this is here, located just in between panoramic view of lake and bridge, This mountain is called snake mountain by locals here. Now it’s the time for healing hot spring where you can experience a great natural hot spring.

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Kanchanaburi Historical Day Tour from Bangkok Private

Mae Klong, Bangkok

Travel to Kanchanaburi, west of Bangkok, to see the River Kwai and its notorious scaffold. Discover history with guided visits to the Thailand-Burma Railway Center and the War Cemetery, a pontoon ride in Mae Klong, and a train ride along the 'Demise Railway.' During this 11-hour day trip you will go in the solace of a private vehicle to investigate the these sights with an individual guide.

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4 days in Bangkok

Mae Klong, Bangkok

Live 3 days visiting the most emblematic monuments of Bangkok: Chinatown, the Wat Traimit temple or better known as Temple of the Golden Buddha, you will visit the Grand Palace, symbol of the city and former official residence of the King of Thailand between the 18th and mid centuries of the twentieth century and considered one of the most beautiful in the world for its exquisite decoration mixing traditional Thai style with Renaissance influences, the Temple of Wat Pho or Temple of the Reclining Buddha. Visit Mae Klong where we can see a curious market installed on the same train tracks. And finally we will go to the floating market of Klong Damnersaduak, in the province of Ratchaburi, considered the most important in the country.

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