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Sai Yok Yai Waterfall – National Park

The Sai Yok National Park, enjoy a boat trip upstream the river approximately one hour pass a beautiful scenery of the
mountain and green forest,t is famous for its idyllic beauty which originated a classical Thai song “Khamen Sai Yok” and
once King Rama V visited here. The falls run from cliffs to Kwae Noi River.

Include: Transportation by long-tail boat, Local Guide and National Park Admission fee

THB 4,400 net per 2 persons

Terms & Conditions

  • Daily departure from Home Phutoey River Kwai Resort
  • Rates are quoted in Thai Baht
  • Rates are per PERSON
  • Rates are inclusive of 7% prevailing government tax.
  • No service charge applied
  • Advance reservation is required
  • No children rate. Normal rate applied for above tours

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Half Day Kanchanaburi City Tour

Kanchanaburi’s famous Bridge on the River Kwai and the beginning of the Death Railway is poignant reminder of the thousands of POW’s and forced laborers who lost their lives in the WWII.
Visits: War Cemetary, Bridge over the River Kwai, Thailand Burma Railway Center (TBRC)
Include transportation, insurance, local guide, Thailand Burma Railway Center admission fee and lunch

2 PAX : 2,6003-5 PAX : 1,9006-9 PAX : 1,250

2,600

1,900

1,250

Per Person

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Full Day Kanchanaburi City Tour (Hellfire Pass Memorial)

Kanchanaburi’s famous Bridge on the River Kwai and the beginning of the Death Railway is poignant reminder of the thousands of POW’s and forced laborers who lost their lives in the WWII. This full day guided tour also includes a visit to the Thailand-Burma Railway Center and Hellfire Pass Memorial

Visits: Hellfire Pass Memorial, War Cemetary, Bridge over the River Kwai, Thailand Burma Railway Center (TBRC)

Include transportation, insurance, local guide, Thailand Burma Railway Center admission fee and lunch

2 PAX : 3,1003-5 PAX : 2,3006-9 PAX : 1,500

3,100

2,300

1,500

Per Person

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Full Day Erawan National Park

With its stunning beauty, Erawan waterfalls ranks the first of Kanchanaburi’s most beautiful waterfalls. Enjoy trekking along its splendid nature trail in the serene atmosphere and relax in the cool blue water of the pools beneath the beautiful forest with many types of trees and orchids.

Include transportation, insurance, local guide, National Park admission fee and lunch

2 PAX : 3,3003-5 PAX : 2,5006-9 PAX : 1,800

3,300

2,500

1,800

Per Person

After reserving a room, please select a tour from ‘Enhance your Stay’ tab


Full Day Srinakarin National Park (Huay Mae Khamin Waterfalls)

A scenic drive on one of Thailand’s most beautiful country roads leads you to a hidden highland in the enchanting country.

This Srinakarin National Park covers 1,532 sq. kms. Major park attractions has beautiful scenery and has several tree breeds. Waterfall can be device into several terraces and each terrace has various beautiful sceneries. This waterfall came from the east ridge of various mountain and the stream partly flows to the west of Pha Lad, causing Huay Mae Khamin Waterfalls and others 7 beautiful places of waterfall

Include transportation, insurance, local guide, National Park admission fee and lunch

2 PAX : 3,9003-5 PAX : 2,9006-9 PAX : 2,000

3,900

2,900

2,000

Per Person

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Full Day Western Border

Directly bordering Myanmar (Burma), Sangkhlaburi district is in the far north-west corner of Kanchanaburi Province. Home of the famous Three Pagodas Pass and Thailand’s most famous Wooden Bridge. The area has a strong Burmese cultural influence.

Include transportation, insurance, local guide and lunch

2 PAX : 3,7503-5 PAX : 2,7006-9 PAX : 1,600

3,750

2,700

1,600

Per Person

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Hellfire Pass Memorial

The Hellfire Pass Museum is co-sponsored by the Thai and Australian governments to commemorate the suffering of those Prisoners of War involved in the construction of the railway connecting Thailand and Burma during World War II.

You can walk down into Konyu Cutting itself and along the old track.

Include transportation, local guide and refreshment

2 PAX : 6003-5 PAX : 6006-9 PAX : 600

600

600

600

Per Person

After reserving a room, please select a tour from ‘Enhance your Stay’ tab