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The historic WWII bride on the river Kwai and the railway is a scenic route in Kanchanaburi today
the emerald green water at the Erawan Waterfall Kanchanaburi
Floating cottage is common on the river Kwai Kanchanaburi

Top rated Bangkok to Kanchanaburi taxi and tours service

Getting taxi from Bangkok to Kanchanaburi has never been easier. For trips from Bangkok to Kanchanaburi we offer transfer service from Bangkok airport or from your hotel in Bangkok. We also offer full day trip to visit the province at reasonable rate. So if you are going the Bridge over the River Kwai, Erawan falls, or Saiyok raft in a day trip or multiple day trip we can take you. We also can take you from Hua Hin to Kanchanaburi, from Ayutthaya to Kanchanaburi or from the other way around as well. To book our taxi transfer service, Please use our easy booking form or call us at +66(0)84 1158210.

Kanchanaburi is the 3rd largest province in Thailand and you will need reliable transfer at your service. To ensure enjoyable visit, let us take care of your trips. To book our taxi transfer service, Please use our easy booking form or call us at +66(0)84 1158210.
All fares are per vehicle in Thai Baht, all inclusive (no hidden fees or extra charges). Fares may be adjusted during festivals with high travel volume.
To/from Kanchanaburi
Central Bangkok - Kanchanaburi town center(transfer only) 3,000 3,200 3,500
Central Bangkok - River Kwai Resotel Saiyok (Phutakien pier) 3,400 3,600 4,000
Central Bangkok - River Float House Saiyok 3,400 3,600 4,000
1-day tours from Bangkok*
1-4 pax 5-8 pax
1-day tour from Bangkok to Kanchanaburi town ending in Bangkok 4,200 4,800
1-day tour from Bangkok to the Erawan Waterfall ending in Bangkok 4,500 5,000
1-day tour from Bangkok to the Elephant World ending in Bangkok 4,400 4,600
1-day tour from Bangkok to Sai Yok Waterfall ending in Bangkok 4,500 5,000
* All Kanchanaburi day trips can include the Death Railway and the War Cemetary (time spent there may have to be shortened on longer trips deep into the province)
• For other destinations or day trip please email thaihappytaxi@gmail.com to inquire.
• Child seats for up to 15 kg (newborn to 3-4 years old) are available for 300 Baht per seat per trip (please indicate weight when make booking).

The West Frontier Kanchanaburi

Kanchanaburi, which is located where the Kwai Noi (little Kwai) and Kwai Yai (big Kwai) rivers converge into the Mae Klong river, is a popular spot for travellers. The province is home to unspoiled national parks, cavernous caves, beautiful rivers, lakes, waterfalls and temples. With the west bordering mountain ranges and the Myanmar border, the tropical forest in Kanchanaburi is relatively intact comparing to the rest of the country. And for this reason there are no fewer than seven national parks in the province which could keep nature lovers occupied for weeks.
The province is also inextricably linked with the World War II. Thousands of allied prisoners of war (POWs) and forced locals laboured on to build a Japanese military supply line, later known as the Death Railway, which cut through the province’s forests and mountains to link Bangkok and Burma. Many prished under the process. A visit to the peaceful War Cemetery and the well maintained Death Railway museum could be a moving experience for those who’d like to commiserate or learn more on the subject.
Kanchanaburi town center has two major commercial districts: the downtown area consists of a grid of several streets with office buildings, shop fronts, and a shopping mall, and the riverfront area where businesses are mostly located further west along River Kwai Road. Once a year a carnival comes to town and is set up in the area next to the bridge. At night there is a small pyrotechnics display that re-enacts the wartime bombing of the bridge. Kanchanaburi is also large in size when taking in the whole province, at nearly 20,000 square kilometres it is Thailand's 3rd largest provinces, just a little shy of being the largest, and you will need to have well-coordinated travel plan to make sure of smooth trip.