Stay at Hintok River Camp at Hellfire Pass . A luxurious River Kwai Accommodation to Relax in the abundant Nature of Kanchanaburi Province, Thailand
Here is how you will spend your time
Day 1: Arrival At Bangkok And Transfer To Hin Tok River Camp
Early morning (06:00-06:30 hrs) pick up from downtown hotels in Bangkok and transfer to Kanchanaburi. Visit the Thailand-Burma Railway Museum, War cemetery and Bridge over the River Kwai. Drive to Hin Tok River Camp for check-in and lunch. In the afternoon, visit Hellfire Pass Memorial and take a hike along the trail of the former Thailand-Burma railway embankment (2.5 km, 1 hour walk - bring along strong walking shoes or sneakers). Transfer back by van to the camp and relax for a while, before taking a bicycle ride to the nearby village, where locals engage in weaving bamboo baskets. Return to the camp for dinner and overnight.
River Kwai Park Market, right next to the bridge. Dozens of stalls selling touristy knick-knacks, but quite a few Thais seem to come here for jewellery shopping as well.
Day 2: Departure
Early risers may enjoy a bicycle ride or walk to the nearby temple across the river and offer food to the monks. After breakfast, check out and take a motorized long-tail boat to the Mon Village at Jungle Rafts. The ethnic Mon are of Burmese origin who retain their own culture and language. Take a walk around the village or embark on an optional elephant ride through the bamboo forest: 1.500 Baht per elephant (max 2 persons per elephant) if pre-booked and pre-paid, 1.800 Baht per elephant (max. 2 persons) if paid on spot.
After lunch at a local restaurant, take a ride on the historic Death-Railway train. Transfer back to your hotel in Bangkok, where you will arrive at around 18:00 hrs.