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Bangkok
Bangkok
Tour 1: Bangkok Essential Temples (half day)
Tour 2: Bangkok Essential Temples and The Shopping Malls (full day)
Tour 3: Bangkok Essential Temples and Ayutthaya Historical Park (full day)
Tour 4: The Best of Bangkok Temples (full day)
Tour 5: Bangkok Essential Temples, Vimanmek Mansion, Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall (full day)
Tour 6: Erawan Museum & Ancient Siam (full day)
Tour 7: Safari World (full day)
Hua Hin
Hua Hin
Tour 1: Swiss Sheep Farm, Santorini Park, Hua Hin Railway Station, Ploenwarn Market, and the beach
Tour 2: Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, Plearn Wan Market, Hua Hin Railway Station, and the beach
Tour 3: Mrigadayavan Palace, Plearn Wan Market, Hua Hin Railway Station, Wat Huay Mongkol, and the beach
Kanchanaburi
Kanchanaburi
Kanchanaburi Tour 1: Exotic Damnoen Saduak Floating Market and Kanchanaburi War Museum
Kanchanaburi Tour 2: Exotic Damnoen Saduak Floating Market and Elephant ride
Kanchanaburi Tour 3: Ride the Elephant and Dip in Erawan Falls
Kanchanaburi Tour 4: The Waterfall and Scenic Hellfire Pass War Museum
Kanchanaburi Tour 5: Feed and Bath the Elephants
Ayutthaya
Ayutthaya
Ayutthaya Tour 1: The World’s Heritage Ayutthaya Ancient Capital
Ayutthaya Tour 2: Bangkok Essential Temples and Ayutthaya Historical Park
Damnoen Saduak/ Amphawa
Damnoen Saduak/ Amphawa
Damnoen Saduak Tour 1: Damnoen Saduak Floating Market
Damnoen Saduak Tour 2: Damnoen Saduak Floating Market and Mae Klong Railway Market
Amphawa Tour 1: Amphawa Floating Market (Fri - Sun)
Amphawa Tour 2: Mae Klong Railway Market and Amphawa Floating Market (Fri - Sun) 

Kanchanaburi Tour 2: Exotic Damnoen Saduak Floating Market and Elephant ride

Damnoen Saduak Floating Market, Elephant Ride, and the River Kwai Bridge and Railway
Tour duration: full day bookingtour
Elephant Ride
All fares are per vehicle in Thai Baht, all inclusive of all transportation charges. Tickets to attractions or tour guides are not included in the package (please inquire if interested). Fares may be adjusted during festivals with high travel volume.
Private tour Time 1-4 pax 5-8 pax
Tour 2: Exotic Damnoen Saduak Floating Market and Elephant ride 08:00 - 17:00 4,700 5,200
• The prices are for private driving tour with driver only (tickets and guide are not included). Qualified guide can be provided at added fee (please let us know if required). Admission ticket to the Tiger Temple is 600 Baht per person.
• If you wish to make adjustment to this tour (add or skip attractions) please use the note section in our booking to let us know. Or if you wish to set up completely new tour please email us at thaihappytaxi@gmail.com
• 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).
Note on this private driving tour
• If you would like us to drop for boat ride please inform which pier you would like, in the market or at the outskirt. The outer ones have higher fee but the ride is longer along the canals.
• Admission ticket to the Tiger Temple is 600 Baht per person.

Tour Kanchanaburi

Morning: Damnoen Saduak Floating Market
Damnoen Saduak
Damnoen Saduak canal was dug as a connecting canal between two major rivers west of the Chao Phraya River (Mae Klong and Ta Chin). In the old days there were of course no paved roads, just trails for water buffalo drawn carts really, and people really used the canals to travel and trade. That’s how Damnoen Saduak floating markets came to be – a real trading center on the water for a community.
Floating Market
These days with roads and cars taking over the canals and boats, the market is no longer the trading center of the community. But its uniqueness and charm have led to its new role as an attraction. The market is at its best in the early morning before the crowds arrive and the heat of the day builds up. The congested canals are full of paddled wooden boats laden with, fruits, vegetables, noodles, and ice cream. Recently all sorts of goodies like paintings, candles, t-shirts and whatnots are also on offer here. Have fun and bargain hard. You can also ride long tail boat from the outskirt of the market, weaving your way through the canals to the market and visiting sites like temples or coconut sugar farm.
Afternoon: Elephant ride, and the famous Bridge over River Kwai
elephant camp
Next visit elephant camp so if you always wanted to ride one of these gentle animals then this trip is for you. The elephant will take you on a trail to the river and then take a dip with you on his back. Bareback riding is also possible for those feeling more adventurous. There are also options for rafting as well.
Kwai River Bridge
Then visit the Bridge Over the River Kwai, which was built during the WW II next to the town crossing the Kwai river, is a picturesque site. The bridge of course is the main feature in the famous 1957 Academy award winning movie The Bridge on the River Kwai.
Death Railway
To the west of the bridge, Thai – Burma railway (known also as the Death Railway) runs all the way from the Bridge up to the valleys and all the way into Myanmar. Today the train is still in use to only Nam Tok station. The building of the railway during the WW II is a poignant story. Many people suffered and lost their lives during its construction.