RIVER KWAI AND HELL-FIRE PASS MEMORIAL MUSEUM TOUR

Tour highlight:HELL-FIRE PASS MEMORIAL MUSEUM the Museum of Chong Khao KHad, it is a part of the Death Railway that was built cruelly by prisoners of war during the World War II. Hellfire or Chong Khao KHad is spot where the railway needed to cut through the mountain, which was really impossible but the POWs and labors were forced to use hand drills, picks and shovels to carve the rock so that a train could pass. The 500-meter-long pass was incredibly completed in six months in 1943, with many lives were sacrificed. The pass is no longer in use and it becomes the museum to exhibit related tools and photographs about the historical event to remind people the importance of world peace.

Duration: Full Day

Pick up Time: 08:00 a.m.

Tour Code:RK003

Departure: Every Day

Private Tour only


 Itinerary:

  • 08:00 Hrs. Pick up from Hotel in Bangkok
  • Thailand - Burma Railway Center and War Cemetery
  • The Bridge over The River Kwai then Take train through history on the Death Railway
  • Hellfire Pass Memorial Museum

Inclusion:

  •   Private tour as indicated in itinerary
  •   Pick-up and drop-off at your hotel in Bangkok
  •   Private car and experienced driver guide english speaking
  •   All admission fees as indicated in itinerary
  •   All transfers and taxes

 

Exclusion Meal:

We believe that our clients should have the freedom to determine their own food preferences, styles and tastes, so we do not pre-arrange meals at pre-set restaurants in case we guess wrong. Instead, we want to listen to you first before recommending what we feel to be the best restaurant for you.

 

 RIVER KWAI HELL-FIRE PASS MEMORIAL MUSEUM TOUR

1 Person

2 Persons

3-4 Persons

5-6 Persons

8 + Persons

7,900 Baht

3,900 Baht each

3,500 Baht each

3,200 Baht each

3,000 Baht each

 

Tour Transport:
 

Group size 1-4 persons:
Modern air conditioned car Toyota NEW Altis or similar.

Group size 4-10 persons:

Modern Toyota Commuter minibus - 10 passenger seat format 

 

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