ANZAC Ride to Remembrance

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US$ 750
4 Days / 3 Nights
118 km
Tour code
Next departure
Number of Cycling Days 3
Average Distance Per Day: 39
150 Km
Total Cycling Distance 118 kilometres
Accommodation Included
Bike Hire Included
Single Supplement GBP 113

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.

Additional journey information

Meets: 06:30 to 07:00 at your hotel in Bangkok
Ends: Around 17:30 at your hotel in Bangkok
Fly in to: Suvarnnabhumi Airport (BKK)
Fly out of: Suvarnnabhumi Airport (BKK)
Countries visited: Thailand
Minimum age: n/a

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