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Enjoy a full-day guided tour to Kanchanaburi from Bangkok. The town of Kanchanaburi is located in the west of Thailand near to the Burmese border. For many years, the town was an important outpost for the Thai army to defend against the Burmese army. In the 1940s, Kanchanaburi came under Japanese occupation and was the location of the infamous Death Railway, a railway construction project to connect Thailand in to neighbouring Burma as a means of accessing India, during World War II. The Death Railway was constructed by

Visit Erawan, a national park located in the west of Thailand near the Myanmar border. The national park is most famous for its seven-tiered waterfalls here which pour into emerald-green ponds amidst forest and rocky landscapes. From the car park, begin your walk to visit both level one and level two of the Erawan waterfalls. You will begin your walk along a comfortable path, passing by many different trees and plants which your guide will explain along the way. Soon, come to the first waterfalls. Here, you can pay

Discover the heart of Bangkok on this half day tour of Rattanakosin Island, located in the centre of Bangkok. Begin your tour with a visit to Wat Pho, a Buddhist temple complex which holds the status of ‘Royal Monastery’ (Wat Luang), due to its proximity to the Grand Palace and its importance in Thai-Buddhist culture. Wat Pho has existed since the late 17th-century, prior to Bangkok becoming the capital of Thailand. Under the reign of King Rama I (1782-1809), rebuilt the temple to what we see today. The

Visit Bang Pa-in Palace is a former palace complex sitting on the banks of the Chao Phraya River. The palace was originally used as a summer retreat by the Thai royal family in the 17th century. It was destroyed with the fall of the Kingdom of Ayutthaya before being restored under King Rama IV in the 19th century. Most of the palace which remains today was built under the reign of King Rama V who was a regular visitor the palace. The palace includes a number of buildings

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