Let’s get green for a wild! 05 Days / 04 Nights

MaeKlong Railway Market- The Bridge on the River Kwai
Early this morning you will be picked up from your hotel in Bangkok, and driving to Samut Sakhon Province Thailand.  Visit the most unique local market, Mae Klong Railway Market. Fishing has been (and still is) one of the main livelihoods of the people who live here, and the market is a way for them to sell their goods. However, officials decided to build a railway to better distribute their catch to provinces around Thailand, including the capital, but the market remained, despite the tracks cutting straight through it.
Travel to Kanchanaburi for lunch at a local restaurant. Visit the Thailand-Burma Railway Centre, where interactive exhibits, short films and clear descriptions provide the context of the Japanese aggression in Southeast Asia, detail their plans for the railway and describe the horrors faced by those prisoners who worked and died constructing it. Stop at the Don Rak war cemetery and memorial site, the graveyard fitting memorial to the thousands of Prisoners who died from exhaustion, malnutrition or deadly disease during the construction of the railway.  Continue to the Bridge over the River Kwai that has gained International fame from the film version of the novel. The Imperial Japanese Army ordered the black railway bridge to be brought to Kanchanaburi by the POWs from Java as part of the so-called Death Railway. 
Overnight in Kanchanaburi

Train along the Death Railway - Erawan Waterfall
Breakfast at the hotel, then you will drive to Erawan Waterfall, a beautiful 7-tiered waterfall located in Erawan National Park, where you can walk up to see each of the picturesque falls (it is best to bring good walking shoes). Also, do remember to bring your swimming suit if you wish to swim in the natural pools. Lunch at a local restaurant. 
Then drive away from Kanchanaburi to Ayutthaya, the Capital of Thailand. When it was sacked by an invading Burmese army. In Ayutthaya visit the most important of the ruined temples in Ayutthaya historical park. Explore the Historical Park and enjoy an in-depth tour of the most famous temples. Wat Chaiwatthanaram one of Ayutthaya’s most photographed sites. Wat Phra Sri Sanphet The prototype of the famous Grand Palace in Bangkok. Wat Phra Mongkol Borphit An active temple compound that is visited by many people throughout the day to worship the huge Buddha image. Wat Mahathat is famous for the Buddha Head in the banyan tree.
Overnight in Ayutthaya

Breakfast at the hotel, check out and transfer to Kao Yai. Proceed to Khao Yai, on the way to the Klang Dong Fruit Market. At the market, buy some tasty seasonal fruit from the fruit stall owners, who are mostly local farmers. Afterwards, continue directly to Khao Yai. Check in at your hotel. In the evening, travel nearby to a local cave and watch the extraordinary sight of thousands of wrinkle lipped bats flying out of the cave in search of food at sunset.
Overnight in Khao Yai

Natural touch at Khao Yai National Park, the first national park in Thailand
Breakfast at Hotel, after breakfast pick up is from the hotel and guests are transported to visit Khao Yai National Park. Visit a waterfall before a transfer to the meeting point. Enjoy a 2-hour trek through the forest escorted by a Ranger. Along the route, explore the ecology of the rainforest and see a great variety of exotic plants, tropical hardwood trees with huge roots (200 years or more old), ferns and mosses. During the trek, also watch for the gibbons that inhabit the area and hornbills that sometimes can be seen flying high overhead.
Enjoy lunch prepared by the field picnic Lunch at the base camp. After lunch, relax and enjoy the panoramic views of the surrounding jungle covered mountains. Wander through the grassland area and then help make a salt lick for wild animals at the salt licks pond nearby the Ranger camp. Leave the Ranger base camp in late afternoon and walk back to the starting point (around 1 hour), then, transfer back to your hotel.
Overnight in Khao Yai

After breakfast, transfer back to Bangkok and drop off at your hotel or to Bangkok Airport for your onward departure flight.

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