River Kwai Advanture Package
Type : Kanchanaburi - Full Day Tour
Duration : 8 hours

Description : The trip includes a visit to the infamous bridge on the River Kwai, built by Allied prisoners of war (POW) during World War II. It includes a visit to a war cemetery containing the graves of an estimated 9,000 Allied soldiers who died while building the bridge and constructing the notorious "Death Railway". At the JEATH Museum, guests will see a replica of a Japanese POW camp, followed by a train journey along a stunning stretch of the "Death Railway". A buffet lunch is served upon arrival at Wang Po station, close to the Burmese border.

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Floating market and Rose Garden

Type : Floating market and Rose Garden - Full Day Tour
Duration : 8 hours

Description : This full-day tour goes to Thailand's only remaining authentic floating market at Damnoen Saduak to see hundreds of colourful, wooden boats offering tasty local produce. Included is a visit to Nakorn Pathom - site of the tallest chedi in Thailand. An extensive buffet lunch is served at the picturesque Rose Garden followed by a cultural show at the Thai Village. The performance includes a Buddhist ordination procession, an elegant fingernail dance, Thai boxing, hill tribe dances, elephants at work and a traditional Thai wedding ceremony.

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Half Day Grand Palace & Wat Phra Kaeo

Type : Half Day Grand Palace & Wat Phra Kaeo - Half Day Tour
Duration : 4 hours

Description : Every traveller should visit the Royal Grand Palace at least once. It is the nation's landmark and the most praised royal monument in Thailand.

The 61-acre complex includes: Wat Phra Kaeo, the holiest Buddhist site in the country, housing the most important image, the Emerald Buddha; the Golden Chedi; the Pantheon of the Chakri Kings; and the Eight Coloured Towers. Please dress respectfully by not wearing T-shirts, shorts or sandals when visiting these revered sites.

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Khao Yai National Park Tour

The Khao Yai National Park (Thailand’s second largest and a World Heritage Site) is famous for its dense virgin forests, streams, waterfalls and high-altitude plains. Such a rich landscape makes it a haven for wildlife, including elephants, tigers, gibbons and deer, and over 300 bird species.
After visiting a local market and exploring its trails, you’ll visit a breathtaking three-tiered waterfall, which cascades from a 200-meter cliff onto the plains below. Enjoying lunch at a nearby restaurant, you’ll then enjoy a one-hour trek though the jungle terrain on elephant back.

That Pathom

Phra That Phanom has been highly revered as a sacred monument for both the Thai and Laotian people for centuries. The Urangkha That (the chest bone relics) of the Lord Buddha is be lieved to be housed in Phra That Phanom which is located at Wat Phra That Phanom, That Phanom District, Nakhon Phanom Province. The original shape of the upper part of the stupa is not known. Only the existing tower, before it collapsed, was essentially the tower built by Phraya Sumitratham and other local rulers who rebuilt the tower on its original site. Rebuilt in the square form, the tower is a large cubical lower half and a gradually di min ish ing tapering upper part. It can be reached on all four sides. The lower half of the tower is faced with carved bricks carrying vegetal and figurative ornaments : floral ar a besques, cloud motifs, local people riding on horses and elephants. The carving is of Indian style and shares similarities with Amaravati art (2nd-5th centuries A.D.).

Later, Phra Chaiya Chettha Thirat, the ruler of Vientiane had the tower built higher by adding the dis tinc tive upper part. Although having been ren o vat ed many times during the past centuries, the tower has never changed sig nif i cant ly from its original form.

Muang Boran constructed this stupa in its former style before in Rattanakosin period.