River Kwai Elephant Riding & Rafting Tour
Kanchanaburi, situated in Thailand’s central plains is home of the historic Bridge over the River Kwai. Kanchanaburi is one of the most picturesque provinces in Thailand with jungle and rugged hills. For the archeologically minded it may be of interest to know, that a freak accident during World War II, led to the discovery of Neolithic burial sites in this area.
Petchaburi, a charming historic town sitting astride the main road to Southern Thailand, has a number of temples with strong connections to the former capital of Ayuthaya. Some of the best examples of Ayuthaya’s mural paintings can be found here.
River Kwai 2 Days
We take a 130 km drive to Kanchanaburi, where we first stop off at the “Jeath Musuem”. Here we can see how the P.O.W.’s (Prisoners Of War) lived and worked on the famous Death Railway running from Kanchanaburi to Burma.
Our adventure continues with lunch at the River Kwai Noi, and then on to a long boat trip into the mountains to the “Jungle Raft “ Hotel.
Hua Hin & Cha Am Discovery
This local tour is exclusive to Hua-Hin Adventure Tour. The drive inland towards the mountains takes us to see the Queen's Project, the famous animal sanctuary, where we see various animals that are being rehabilitated for eventual freedom back into the wild.
Kayaking at Khao Daeng
We travel down south to Sam Roi Yod National Park. First we stop off at a seaside village "Khung Tanod" where the scenery was made famous in the world known film "The Killing Fields" And it will take about 25 minutes to reach "Sai" cave.
Hua Hin By Night
This trip is an introduction to Hua-Hin city and is recommended as a tour to be taken
soon after your arrival.
The construction of the railway in the 1920's transformed this once tiny Fishing village into
an elegant resort, where royalty and the Aristocracy spent their summer months. Today
luxury hotels have merely added to the regal and tranquil atmosphere, which western
travelers are now beginning to discover.
Bangkok & Klong Tour
Our cultural tour of Bangkok include the famous Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaeo, home of the beautiful emerald Buddha, prior to a short trip along Choa Phraya River.
On to nearby Wat Pho we visit the first Thai Traditional Massage Institute and the Reclining Buddha.
Huay Yang Waterfall
Why not spend a day going to a beautiful and unspoiled village called Prachuab Khiri Khan.
A scenic area nicknamed "Little Rio" because of its fantastic location with white sandy beaches and high mountains near the Burmese border. This trip is a wonderful memory to bring back home.
Pa-La-U Waterfall & Elephant Riding
The Pa-la-u Waterfall is part of the Kaeng Krachan National Park. It is located about 60 Km west of Hua-Hin, near the Burmese border. The Pala-u Waterfall with its 16 steps, is one of the biggest waterfalls in Thailand. The surrounding forest is over a thousand years old and is filled with rare wild animals.
Floating market & Rose Garden
"Damnoen Saduak Floating Market" in the Damnoen Saduak District of Ratchaburi
first showed itself to the eyes of the tourist world in 1967, when pictures were seen
of a market trading on water, where paddle boats loaded with of life's necessities
plied their trade up and down the river. The various vendors paddle up and down
the waterway selling and battering their merchandise.
The trip will start early morning around 7:00 hrs, departing from Hua-Hin then on southward approx. 2 hours away to an unspoiled area called "Bangsaphan Noi". Our journey continues on the Western Gulf with a 15 - 20 minutes Boat trip to Talu Island. Talu Island is just 15 - 20 minutes off coast from Bangsaphan, the island is renowned for its sparkling clear waters and abundant coral reefs. A great place for diving, fishing and relaxing far from the crowds.
Thai Cooking Course
Your Thai cuisine introduction offered by Buchabun Antic & souvenir shop .We will start our course by taking you shopping around Hua Hin’s local Market, this will be an excellent opportunity to gather information on all those exotic Thai ingredients, as well as a glimpse to the Thai daily life style.