If you came all the way to Thailand-The Land of Smiles you must have heard about that one place you can not miss while traveling in Thailand-Kanchanaburi. A tour from Bangkok to Kanchanaburi and Amphawa. I am sure you may want to know what that would entail. In this article, we shall have a thorough overview of this fascinating tour.
Basically, that region is an all-round tour featuring outstanding sights, sounds, and tastes that most travelers will find extremely fascinating and unique. You get the golden chance to view Bangkok on one hand as well as the most amazing attractive locations and sites of Kanchanaburi, which is within Amphawa district – one of the most blissful countryside regions in Thailand.
Kanchanaburi is a town municipality (the Saban Mueang) located in the west of Thailand and a section of Kanchanaburi Province. Kanchan bur envelopes the entire tambon Ban Tai and Ban Nuea as well as sections of Pak Phraek and Tha Makham, all of Mueang Kanchanaburi district, and sections of the Tambon Tha Lo of Tha Muang district. All those places might say nothing to you at this moment however there is one thing you should know now, it is not so far from Bangkok. Kanchanaburi is located about 130 km to the west of Bangkok and it can even be reached over by a Day tour although a multiday package would be more suitable.
This spectacular tour to Kanchanaburi would be a fantastic chance to get to know that lush natural area, which only very few travelers have visited. The place, which features large waterfalls, meditation centers, jungle nature reserves, and beautiful resort hotels, is only about a two-hour drive from Bangkok.
The Floating Market
On the tour, you will experience the renowned floating market Damuan Saduak. Here, you will tour a local sugar industry that makes sugar from coconut water. Up Next, you will visit a snake farm – where you get to see an impressive and thrilling Cobra show. Next, you will tour the train market. The train market is a local market which runs on an operational rail track daily. A visit to the local fishing village would be the ultimate way to crown up the first day of the tour. Here, you will meet hundreds of monkeys who will come down from the trees to say hi to you, and get their lunch.
Safari Park and Erawan Waterfall
Additionally, you will visit the Safari in Kanchanaburi. At the Safari, you will see zebras, giraffes, lions, bears, and lots of other animals. At the Safari, you can take photographs with tigers and feed the cubs. You will later visit the nature reserve Erawan. At the Erawan nature reserve, you get to see one of Thailand’s most renowned natural wonders, the Seven Falls. In the blissful reserve, you’ll take a brief walk to the waterfalls. At the waterfalls, you can then swim and rewind. Daring travelers can scale up to the seventh and tallest waterfall, facing the park.
After an energizing tour to the waterfalls, visit the Eco Elephant Camp. Here, you will find elephants who will be glad to join you for a swim in the river. Later, you will visit the renowned bridge on the River Kwai and then go back to Bangkok.
Away from the beautiful sights, you never run out of stuff to do. You will enjoy the thrilling boat rides with a stopover at the wild monkeys’ resort where you might be meeting them and feed them with fruits. Then, you can taste the sumptuous seafood in the local floating market of Amphawa.
So if you are in urban Bangkok for some time now during your traveling and need a few days of ‘time-out’.. The tour to Kanchanaburi guarantees you experience going into lush jungles, away from the noise, traffic jams, and bustle of urban Bangkok.