Kanchanaburi River Kwai Bridge and Elephant Bathing Day Tour by Yusabai
- Travel back in time as you explore Malika R.E 124, a recreation of a Thai town from circa 1905
- Visit Kanchanaburi River Kwai Bridge, a historic structure that was built during World War II
- Enjoy a unique train ride on the Thai-Burma Railway (Death Railway,) with an awesome view of Thamkra Sae
- Meet the cute and cuddly elephants at Kanchanaburi Elephant Camp, enjoy elephant spray water, and bathe them
- Spend a few minutes basking in the peaceful beauty of nature as you sit on a bamboo raft
Get away from the busy city and immerse yourself in the beauty of Bangkok's untouched nature with this one day tour. In the morning, you'll meet up with your guide and group at the lobby of the Adagio Bangkok Hotel. Once everyone's all settled, hop inside the air-conditioned van and make your way to Malika R.E 124, a recreation of a Thai town circa 1905 that takes you back to the time of Rama V. Your next stop is the Kanchanaburi River Kwai Bridge, with its iconic Three Pagodas that support the train line that runs for 250 miles. Soak in the picturesque sight of the cerulean-blue waters that are bordered by lush greenery and a colorful house every now and then. If time permits, you'll then go for a train ride on the Thai-Burma Railway, dubbed as the Death Railway due to the number of slaves and prisoners of war that died as it was being constructed. During the ride, you'll go over the famous Thamkra Sae, a wooden trailway bridge surrounded by the tall trees. Take a quick break for lunch at a nearby restaurant, at your own expense, before you visit the Kanchanaburi Elephant Camp and meet the cute and cuddly elephants. Spend some time playing with the elephants and bathing them in the river (they're probably even going to spray you with some water as a sign of fun!), then hop on a bamboo raft and enjoy a few moments of serenity as you drink up the awesome view of Kanchanaburi River from a new perspective. After having fun with the elephants and the boat ride, you'll then change into dry clothing, before you pack up and head back to the city.