Central Thailand 3 Days
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Among the central Thailand packages, this itinerary will set your visit to the small town Kanchanaburi where the River Kwai where the history and lovely rural scenery will make your trip special. Continue to Ayutthaya and see the ancient royal capital of Thailand before getting back to the hustle bustle of Bangkok.

  • Turn back the time with the history of River Kwai and unveil a lot of wartime stories
  • Experience the colors and bustle of a traditional Thai’s float market
  • Visit the magnificent world heritage sites of ancient Thai’s capital Ayutthaya


Hidden in a street market across the river you discover a set of rusty train tracks. You join the locals and their merchandise of chickens, vegetables and gold fish in plastic bags to find out where they lead to. You will bump along the rails between the houses of people who seem to live right on the tracks and stop at every station there is. The scenery becomes greener and the air smells like salt; you reach the Gulf of Thailand and disembark right into one of the country’s biggest fish markets! Enormous shrimp, bright red lobsters, tons of squid and big, big fish actually caught in Burmese waters. No tourists here, people go about their daily affairs and smile at us, posing for your camera. This is a delta area, criss- crossed by canals, highly fertile and full of coconut plantations and fruit orchards. Green and wet. By boat we navigate narrow canals and enter the floating market of Damnoen Saduak, where old ladies sell noodle soup, pomelos, rambutans and other colorful fruit and of course souvenirs from their little wooden boats. Take a moment to step behind the souvenirs stalls to discover wooden houses and bridges still lining the waterways from the past. Dark side of history comes to life in the Museum and war-cemetery in Kanchanaburi on the river Kwai. A chance to learn about the hardships of the prisoners before walking across the notorious railway bridge is part of your program. Enjoy a night under the country side stars, after a day of fantastic impressions!


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After breakfast, drive to the northwestern part of the city. Visit the Hellfire Pass Museum before embarking on a trek through the nearby canyon. The walk along the Memorial Walking Trail overlooks the hills of Myanmar. A free audio guide, narrated by former POWs, is provided to help guests understand the conditions endured by those working on the line during World War II. After lunch, depart for Erawan Waterfall – a beautiful seven-tiered waterfall. Located in Erawan National Park, the best time to visit is during the rainy season from May until September. Guests will be able to walk up to each tier of these picturesque falls, so it is best to bring good walking shoes. Also, guests should remember to bring their swimming suit so they can cool off in the falls’ natural pools. Then it goes downriver and into the central plains full of sugar cane and corn, depending on the season. Trucks are piled up high with harvest and local workers ride along on top. Make sure to try a freshly pressed juice on the way. You will arrive at the former royal capital of Ayutthaya by the end of the day. This generally is a day-trippers destination and there is a countryside-calm to dining on the riverbank after the coolness of the evening takes over from the heat of the day.

Central Thailand 3 Days


Today, we visit to the Unesco declared the ruins of temples and surrounding structures a world heritage site. Wat Chai Wattanaram is particularly beautiful and was built in the same style as the famous temples in Angkor, Cambodia. Your guide transforms the ruins into their former glory while explaining what happened when the Burmese army sacked and destroyed the place, taking away all the gold once covering the temples to Burma. You will wander between much more recent palaces in Bang Pa In, an eclectic collection of royal homes in a manicured park on the bank of Chao Phraya River. Your program stops at your booked hotel in Bangkok, or the airport or train station.


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Category Price valid from Jan 1st – Oct 31st, 2019 (per person in US dollar)
2 people 3 – 5 people 6 – 9 people Single Supplement
Superior $673 $517 $371 $59
Deluxe $659 $510 $372 $97




Cities Hotel Category
Economy Comfort
Kanchanaburi River Kwai Jungle Rafts
Raft room (non Air-condition)
U Inchantree
Superior room
Ayutthaya Krungsri River
Luxury room
Iudia on the River
Courtyard view room

Include & Exclude


  • Accommodation based on twin/ double sharing with daily breakfast
  • Private transfer with the air-conditioned van
  • Shared or public transport when indicated in the program
  • Regional English speaking guide
  • Meals as indicated (without beverage)
  • Admission fees for all admissions indicated in the program
  • Any indicated train tickets
  • Taxes and service charges


  • All International & Domestic Airfare
  • Any passenger service charges at the airport
  • Personal expenses i.e. laundry, telephone billing, tipping, etc.
  • Beverages during meals
  • Visa fee and its arrangement
  • Optional tours
  • Early check in & late check-out at all hotel
  • Bank service fees, bank transfer fees for non-cash payments
  • Peak season surcharges by hotels/ Compulsory dinner if there is any


  • Check in time: 02.00pm – Check out time: 12.00pm

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