ANZAC Ride to Remembrance

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US$ 750
4 Days / 3 Nights
118 km
Tour Code
Next departure
Number of Cycling Days3
Average Distance Per Day: 39
150 Km
Total Cycling Distance118 kilometres
Bike HireIncluded
Single SupplementUS$ 150

All About this Tour

Kanchanaburi is perhaps Thailand’s most famous WWII site, well known for its Bridge Over The River Kwai and the infamous Thai-Burma Railway, also known as the Death Railway. Prisoners of war were forced into hard labour to construct the railway under extremely harsh conditions and to commemorate the fallen, a national day of remembrance is set yearly on April 25 at Hellfire Pass as part of ANZAC day.

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Day 1

Transfer to Kanchanaburi to visit Prasat Mueang Sing where we discover the ruins of the ancient Khmer empire. Ride along the Death Railway to visit Krasae Caves, once a POWs campsite.

Day 2

Today we will float down Kwai river on bamboo rafts, a popular mode of transport here in Thailand's wild west, and visit Lawa Cave before hopping on the bikes for more fabulous riding through a variety of vegetable and fruit farms, rubber plantations and rice fields.

Day 3

Short transfer early in the morning to Hellfire Pass Museum for a dawn service and follow by a Memorail Wreath Laying service in Kanchanaburi War Cemetery.

Day 4

Transfer to the famous Bridge over the River Kwai and ride on quiet local roads with little traffic through small villages and rice fields before we transfer back to Bangkok.

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