Elephant Bathing

The elephants love a good scrub

Elephant bathing

by SkykanTours

Tiger Temple

Discovery Tiger Temple with SkykanTours

Floating Market

Damnoen Saduak

Hellfire Pass

Konyu Cutting

War Cemetery

Don Rak

River Kwai Tour Overnight RESOTEL

River Kwai Resotel 01
Nestled on the bank of the world’s historic river, River Kwai, in Kanchanaburi province, Thailand, River Kwai RESOTEL resort impresses you with remarkably surrounded by rich tropical nature along with lofty mountains and stunning cliffs whilst the legendary river runs through resort’s frontyard. Apart from beauty of natural ambience, River Kwai RESOTEL resort provides you with numerous recreational activities ranging from relaxation to adventure making your stay the most enjoyable and memorable ever. A perfect blend of serenity, comfort and adventure lies on River Kwai RESOTEL resort , which is reputed as “the Miracle amidst the jungle.

River Kwai Resotel is an authentic nature resort in KANCHANABURI province, THAILAND that will captivate your heart and become one of your life-long experiences. It is a breath-taking place where you can enjoy and relax yourself in the tranquil world. A perfect blend of serenity, comfort and adventure, River Kwai Resotel is an ideal hideaway for those who wish to escape from the mundane life of a city for sometime.

RESOTEL nestles on the bank of the legendary Kwai Noi River, surrounded by lofty mountains and beautiful cliffs. Being acclaimed as one of the world heritage rivers, the River Kwai Noi maintains a variety of pre-historic evidence. Extending from the west forest of Thailand, this heritage river experienced a memorandum of the history of the Thai-Burmese war at the beginning of the Rattanakosin period. The river has been widely reputed during the World War II by the Death Railway and the Bridge over the River Kwai. Come in with your loved ones and experience an amazing holiday amidst the tropical forest of Thailand.


River Kwai Tour Overnight RESOTEL.

2Day1Night Exclusive Program.

Code: Sky2K.

Day 1
06:00 - 07:00 Pick up from hotel in Bangkok.

09:00 Visit the War Museum. (Thailand Burma Railway Centre), War Cemetery and Bridge over the River Kwai.

12:00 Lunch

13:00 Take a long-tailed boat from pier to River Kwai Resotel the views of rich woodland mountains. Check-in on arrival.

14:45 Take a stroll in the nearby ethnic Mon Tribal Village and visit Lawa Cave.

19:00 Dinner followed by presentation of Mon Dance for 45 minutes and overnight River Kwai Resotel.

Day 2  Breakfast-Check out.

7:00 Breakfast .

8:30 Take an exciting boat ride downstream to Resotel Pier.

09:30 Elephant Ride and Bamboo Rafting.
It's a thirty minute drive to the Elephant Camp where you can experience the uniqueness of a ride on the back of an elephant. The ride normally takes half an hour. And You have to try the elephant up the 30 minutes cruise along the Kwai Noi River.

12:30 Lunch. Thai restaurant.

15:00  Complimentary Coffee Break. Please feel free and enjoy our complimentary coffee break during a long day of your travelling for approximately 20 minutes.

15:30 Depart for Bangkok.

18:30 Arrive at your hotel.

Inclusions:
 - Air-conditioned vehicle with an English-speaking guide
- Admission fee as mentioned on this programme
- Transportation - Lunch at a local restaurant -Dinner - Insurance
-One older children or adults are charged THB 2000 per person per night for extra beds.
-The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.


Extra Bed.
- Free! One children under 3 years stay free of charge when using existing beds. 
-One children from 4 to 12 years are charged THB 1000 per person per night for extra beds. 
-One older children or adults are charged THB 2000 per person per night for extra beds.

Child Policy:
For children under 3 years old will be Free of charge.
For children 4-12 years old we charge 3,500 baht.
For children over 13 years old we charge normal price.
Noted: FYI – For children under 3 years old can travel with us free of charge!
(except at Tiger Temple all children will have to pay for the entrance ticket and you can pay at the entrance by yourself).


Tour Code Sky2K.

Special rate only 25,800.-THB. / 4 persons / 2 villas.

Special rate only 35,800.-THB. / 6 persons / 3 villas.



Bangkok to River Kwai Jungle Rafts

Founded in 1976, River Kwai Jungle Rafts is the stunning floating houses on the world’s historic river, River Kwai, in Kanchanaburi province, Thailand. River Kwai Jungle Rafts uniquely provides unforgettable experiences whilst embraced by tropical nature with magnificent mountain, and legendary river flows underneath your bed. Experience the distinguish presence of Mon culture, and amuse the beauty of hundreds of candle lights at night. As its uniqueness, River Kwai Jungle Rafts is proudly awarded as “Unseen Paradise” recognized by the Tourism Authority of Thailand, which exceptionally ensures the unparalleled gateway and the “must visit” destination of River Kwai Jungle Rafts.

Floating Raft Room--- Twin or Double------
All guest rooms are stunningly floating on the River Kwai. River Kwai Jungle Rafts is authentic relaxing getaway as one of our aims is to grant guests to be close to nature with natural cooling from the river underneath the raft. You will be one of a few people who experiences living and sleeping on the world’s historic river.

At night, in this “hassle-free” hideaway, instead of using electricity, we use wick lamps for lighting to conserve the natural surroundings and concept. The light from wick lamps wonderfully awards the romantic ambience at night.


River Kwai Jungle Rafts.

2Day1Night Exclusive Program.

Code Sky2J.


Day1
07:00-08:00 Transfer from your hotel in Bangkok to Kanchanaburi. Visit the Thailand-Burma Railway Museum, an interactive museum, information and research facility dedicated to presenting the history of the Thailand-Burma Railway. The fully air-conditioned center offers the visitor an educational and moving experience.

After a visit to the War Cemetery, enjoy a scenic long-tail boat trip along Maeklong River to the famous Bridge over the River Kwai. Continue by van / coach to Pakseng for lunch at a local restaurant, then board the local train for the thrilling ride across wooden viaducts, which offers fantastic scenery along the Kwai River.


12:00 Lunch / Thai-restaurant.
Take a long-tailed boat from pier to get to the River Kwai Jungle Rafts, passing by unspoiled mountainous jungle scenery. Check-in on arrival. Visit to the nearby ethnic Mon Tribal Village. 
Take your full on the raft as fun to play. (Swimming)

19:00 Dinner, followed by a 45-minute presentation of Mon Dance and overnight at the River Kwai Jungle Rafts.


Day2
07:00 Breakfast

09:00 Check-out
Take an exciting boat ride downstream to Resotel Pier and continue to visit to the Hell Fire Pass Memorial.

12:00 Lunch /Thai restaurant.

13:00 Take a historic ride on Death Railway Train through magnificent scenery, passing over original wooden viaduct constructed by Allied POWs.

14:30 Journey back by air–conditioned vehicle to Bangkok. 

18:00 Arrive Bangkok and transfer to your hotel in Bangkok downtown area.

Inclusions:
-Air-conditioned vehicle with an English-speaking guide
- Admission fee as mentioned on this programme 
- Transportation, Lunch at a local restaurant, Dinner, Insurance 

Extra Bed.
- Free! One children under 3 years stay free of charge when using existing beds. 
-One children from 4 to 12 years are charged THB 1000 per person per night for extra beds. 
-One older children or adults are charged THB 2000 per person per night for extra beds.

Child Policy:
For children under 3 years old will be Free of charge.
For children 4-12 years old we charge 3,500 baht.
For children over 13 years old we charge normal price.
Noted: FYI – For children under 3 years old can travel with us free of charge!

The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.


Tour Code Sky2J.

Special rate only 26,000.-THB. / 4 persons / 2 villas.

Special rate only 36,000.-THB. / 6 persons / 3 villas. 





ANZAC DAY 2014 Ayutthaya, Kanchanaburi, Morning Tiger Temple

ANZAC DAY 2014

Bangkok to Ayutthaya Temples, Accommodation On the Rafts, Morning Tiger Temple Program, Elephant Ride and Bamboo Rafting

3Day2Night Private Tour

Code Sky3AZ-B2A.

Day1 24 April 2014 (Bangkok to Ayutthaya)
08:00 Pick-up from your Hotel.
After breakfast 08:00 Drive to Ayutthaya (2 hours drive), visit Bang Pa-In Palace or former Summer Palace residence of the King Rama V. Lunch at a local restaurant. Then continue to Ayutthaya which is 2nd capital city of Thailand from and visit the most interesting temples like Wat Chaiwathanaram, Wat Phra Srisanpetch, Wat Mahathat. Driver to Kanchanaburi and leisure time. 

Overnight in Kanchanaburi (River Kwai)

Check-in to Resort Duenshine Resort./ On the Rafts

19:00: Dinner Floating Restaurant.near River Kwai Bridge.

Day2 Thursday 25 April 2014. Anzac Day  
03:00 Depart for Dawn Parade Hellfire Pass.
Early start this morning. We have to leave promptly at 3:15 am due to the time of transportation and the parade ceremony will start exactly at the time mentioned below. So, please DON'T BE LATE.

04:00 Walk down into Konyu Cutting.
Hellfire Pass is located on an Army Base and the army will be the one who provide our parking arrangements. The parking area is quite far away from the Museum and we have to take a 'Songtaew' (passenger truck) and after that we will walk together about 25 minutes down into Konyu Cutting.

05:30 Dawn Parade Hellfire Pass.
Dawn Parade commences at 5:30 am and lasts about 30 minutes. Cold water is available at various points in the cutting and it's a good idea to drink a lot.

06:30 Gunfire Breakfast.
A traditional ANZAC Gunfire Breakfast of tea or coffee with a nip of Bundy Rum and an ANZAC biscuit will be served at the car park in front of the Hellfire Pass Museum.

07:30 Breakfast 
you'll have time to relax before leaving for the cemetery.

09:00 Depart for Don Rak War Cemetery.
We'll leave the resort at 9 o'clock so that you have time to find a seat in one of the tents before the wreath-laying ceremony starts.

10:00 Wreath-Laying Ceremony.
There will be a number of tents erected around the cenotaph so you will be able to sit in the shade. Every tent has an unending supply of cold water delivered free to your seat by local students.

11:00 Hospitality offered by the Australian Embassy.
Every year the Australian and NZ Embassies alternate the hosting of hospitality and in 2013 it's the Aussies turn. Expect copious amounts of good Aussie

12:30 Lunch at Floating Restaurant.

14:00 Depart to Elephant Camp Saiyok.

15:00 Elephant Ride and Bamboo Rafting.
Depart to Saiyok Elephant Camp to see an elephant show, followed by a 30-minute ride on the elephant's back and a 40-minute bamboo rafting experience along the Kwai Noi River.

17:00 Return to Duenshine Resort.

19:00: Dinner/ Thai Restaurant.

20:30 OverNight at Duenshine Resort.


Day3 26 April 2014 Morning Tiger Temple Progarm. 

06:00 Depart for Tiger Temple
It's about an hour's drive up to the Tiger Temple so that means an early start this morning.

07:30 Breakfast with the Monks.
While they are preparing the breakfast for the monks you'll be able to feed the tigers cubs. Once the monks have finished eating you'll be invited to share a short devotion with them. Please take off your shoes and tuck your feet under you when you sit.

08:00 Training for Tiger Cubs.
After breakfast you'll be able to participate in the training of the tiger cubs. Getting them to respond to simple commands is a very rewarding experience.

08:30 Play in Waterfall with Young Tigers.
It's a short walk from the temple to the waterfall where the young tigers enjoy their morning frolic. You can get in with them but be warned, you'll get wet!

09:30 Wash & Shampoo Young Tigers.
From the waterfall you can give a tiger it's morning wash and shampoo. They love this part of the day and this is what makes the morning program so special.

10:00 Tiger Canyon with Adult Tigers.
In the afternoon program the tigers are chained to the ground as there are many people. In the morning they are not chained. They run free while you are in the safety cage. They love the pool here & this is as close as you'll ever get to adult tigers.

11:00 Photo Op with an Adult Tiger.
Once the tigers have worked off their pent-up energy they relax in the shade. This gives you a chance-in-a-lifetime to have your piccie taken right beside one of these magnificent animals.
11:30 Lunch at Thai Restaurant.
From the Tiger Temple we'll drive to a local Thai restaurant for lunch.

13:30:The Bridge over the river kwai.
Then visit world-famous Bridge over the River Kwai, a part of the Death Railway constructed by Allied prisoners of war. Take leisurely walks around town and pictures on the world-renowned Death Railway.

15:00 Go back to Bangkok by air-conditioned vehicle.

17.00 Arrive Bangkok transfer to hotels.


**There will be the Memorial Service & Wreath Laying Ceremony as well.
If you would like to purchase a wreath for this ceremony, we also have its prepared for you. The price of a wreath is around 700-900 Baht.


Inclusions: A/C VIP van, Transportation service by air-conditioned vehicles with experienced driver, English-speaking guide, all ticket, Tiger temple Morning ./ Elephant Ride and Bamboo Rafting, Lunch, dinner, breakfast & Accommodation.

Child Policy:
-For children under 3 years old will be Free of charge. (except at Tiger Temple all children will have to pay for the entrance ticket and you can pay at the entrance by yourself).
-For children 4-12 years old we charge 9,800 THB.
-For children over 13 years old we charge normal price.

Private Tour Bangkok to Ayutthaya Temples, Accommodation On the Rafts, Morning Tiger Temple Program, Elephant Ride and Bamboo Rafting.

Code Sky3AZ-B2A.

Special rate 2 persons 32,600.- THB.
Special rate 4 persons 56,200.- THB.
Special rate 6 persons 71,800.- THB.
Special rate 8 persons 90,800.- THB.

Anzac day Hell fire Pass 3Day2Night

ANZAC Day 2014

Hell fire Pass, Floating-Market, Elephant Ride and Bamboo Rafting, The Bridge over the river kwai, Tiger Temple Thailand.

3Day2Night.

Code Sky3AZ.

Day1 Starting 24April 2014
07:00-08:00 Pick up from your hotels in Bangkok.  Our staff will wait to welcome you at the hotel's lobby.

09:00 Floating-Market (Damnoen Saduak).
The Floating Market at Damnoen Saduak is located in Ratchaburi Province which is just over 100 kms or two hours drive from the capital city of Bangkok.

11:00 Don Rak War Cemetery Kanchanaburi
First stop will be at the Don Rak War Cemetery. You'll have time to wander around the cemetery. The local guide will join us here.

12:00 Lunch at Thai Restaurant.
We'll stop for lunch in a local restaurant on our way up to Hellfire Pass. Don't worry if you don't like spicy food or if you have kids. There's plenty of variety in Thai food and you'll find something you like, no problems.

13:30 Hellfire Pass Museum & Konyu Cutting.

The benefit of the two-day tour is that you get to visit Hellfire Pass in the daytime. Take your time here. You can begin in the museum itself and then walk down into Konyu Cutting. Please kindly prepare comfortable shoe for walking here approximately time is about 25 minutes.

16:00 Train Ride along on the Death Railway.
After Hellfire Pass we'll board the train and ride over the precarious Wang Pho Viaduct which was constructed by POWs along the cliff face and high above the River Kwai.

18:00 Check-in to Resort Home Phutoey 

Time to check-in to your resort for the night. Have a shower and relax before dinner.

19:00 Dinner at Home PhuToey Resort.

Anzac Day is on Thursday, 25 April 2014.

Day2 Departs 03:15

03:15 Depart for Dawn Parade Hellfire Pass.
Early start this morning. We have to leave promptly at 3:15 am due to the time of transportation and the parade ceremony will start exactly at the time mentioned below.  So, please DON'T BE LATE.

04:15 Walk down into Konyu Cutting.
Hellfire Pass is located on an Army Base and the army will be the one who provide our parking arrangements. The parking area is quite far away from the Museum and we have to take a 'Songtaew' (passenger truck) and after that we will walk together about 25 minutes down into Konyu Cutting.

05:30 Dawn Parade Hellfire Pass.
Dawn Parade commences at 5:30 am and lasts about 30 minutes. Cold water is available at various points in the cutting and it's a good idea to drink a lot.

06:30 Gunfire Breakfast.
A traditional ANZAC Gunfire Breakfast of tea or coffee with a nip of Bundy Rum and an ANZAC biscuit will be served at the car park in front of the Hellfire Pass Museum.

07:30 Breakfast at Homephu Toey Resort. 
We'll return to the resort around 7:30 am for a hearty breakfast and you'll have time to relax before leaving for the cemetery.

08:00 Check-out.

09:00 Depart for Don Rak War Cemetery.
We'll leave the resort at 9 o'clock so that you have time to find a seat in one of the tents before the wreath-laying ceremony starts.

10:00 Wreath-Laying Ceremony.
There will be a number of tents erected around the cenotaph so you will be able to sit in the shade. Every tent has an unending supply of cold water delivered free to your seat by local students.

11:00 Hospitality offered by the Australian Embassy.
Every year the Australian and NZ Embassies alternate the hosting of hospitality and in 2013 it's the Aussies turn. Expect copious amounts of good Aussie beer served behind the VIP tent.


12:30 Lunch at Floating Restaurant. 
Set-menu lunch will be served in a local Thai restaurant.

13:00 Check-in to Resort /Duenshine Resort. 

14:00 Depart to Elephant Camp Saiyok.

15:00 Elephant Ride and Bamboo Rafting.
Depart  to Saiyok Elephant Camp to see an elephant show, followed by a 30-minute ride on the elephant's back and a 40-minute bamboo rafting experience along the Kwai Noi River.

17:00 Return to Resort/Duenshine Resort.

19:00: Dinner/ Thai Restaurant.

20:30 OverNight at Duenshine Resort.

Day3 Take the Boat on the River Kwai and Tiger TempleThailand.

07:30-08:00 Breakfast, Relaxing.

 09:30 Check-out,

10:00 Take the Boat on the River Kwai. 
It's time to cruise the scenic. Bridge over the River Kwai.

10:30 The Bridge over the river kwai.
Then visit world-famous Bridge over the River Kwai, a part of the Death Railway constructed by Allied prisoners of war. Take leisurely walks around town and pictures on the world-renowned Death Railway.

12:00 Lunch at Thai Restaurant.

13:00 Tiger TempleThailand.
Visit with the Tigers,and the Tigers take on the Tigers.That sounded interesting enough, after all, what could be better than a canyon full of tigers. In the canyon, there were 5 or 6 tigers all laying down in some state of relaxation or sleeping. As you held a trainer’s hand, they led you around the canyon letting you stop at each tiger to pet it and get your picture taken. All of the tigers were docile and never made a move of aggression to anyone. It was kind of surreal walking around grown tigers and petting them like a big house cat.


15:00 Go back to Bangkok by air-conditioned vehicle.

17.00 Arrive Bangkok and transfer to hotels.


**There will be the Memorial Service & Wreath Laying Ceremony as well.
If you would like to purchase a wreath for this ceremony, we also have its prepared for you. The price of a wreath is around 700-900 Baht.


Inclusions: A/C VIP van, Transportation service by air-conditioned vehicles with experienced driver, English-speaking guide, Train ticket, Tiger temple fee, Elephant Ride and Bamboo Rafting, Lunch, dinner, breakfast & Accommodation.

Child Policy:
-For children under 3 years old will be Free of charge. (except at Tiger Temple all children will have to pay for the entrance ticket and you can pay at the entrance by yourself).
-For children 4-12 years old we charge 50% of adult price.
-For children over 13 years old we charge normal price.



Private tour /3day2night/Homephu Toey Resort and Duenshine Resort/Overnight on the Rafts/Tiger temple/elephant ride and bamboo Rafts.

Tour Code Sky3AZ

(Private Tour)

2-3 persons = 12,800.-THB.
4-5 persons = 11,800.-THB.
6-8 persons = 10,800.-THB.
9-10 persons = 9,800.-THB.




ANZAC day 2014 "Overnight Home Phutoey Resort"

ANZAC day 2014 (Overnight Home Phutoey Resort)

2Day1Night Special Program

Code: Sky2AZ-HPT.


Starting 24April 2014 at 07:00 am

Day1
07:00-08:00  Pick up from your hotels in Bangkok. Our staff will wait to welcome you at the hotel's lobby.

09:00 Floating-Market (Damnoen Saduak).
The Floating Market at Damnoen Saduak is located in Ratchaburi Province which is just over 100 kms or two hours drive from the capital city of Bangkok.

11:00 Don Rak War Cemetery Kanchanaburi
First stop will be at the Don Rak War Cemetery. You'll have time to wander around the cemetery. The local guide will join us here.

12:00 Lunch at Thai Restaurant.

13:30 Hellfire Pass Museum & Konyu Cutting.

16:30 Train Ride along on the Death Railway.

18:00 Check-in to Home Phutoey Resort.

19:00 Dinner at Home Phutoey Resort

A set-menu dinner will be served at 7:00 pm sharp and the first round of drinks over dinner will be on us so please don't be late!


Anzac Day is on Thursday, 25 April 2014.

Day 2 Departs 03:00

03:00 Depart for Dawn Parade Hellfire Pass.
Early start this morning. We have to leave promptly at 3:15 am due to the time of transportation and the parade ceremony will start exactly at the time mentioned below. So, please DON'T BE LATE.

04:00 Walk down into Konyu Cutting.
Hellfire Pass is located on an Army Base and the army will be the one who provide our parking arrangements. The parking area is quite far away from the Museum and we have to take a 'Songtaew' (passenger truck) and after that we will walk together about 25 minutes down into Konyu Cutting.

05:30 Dawn Parade Hellfire Pass.
Dawn Parade commences at 5:30 am and lasts about 30 minutes. Cold water is available at various points in the cutting and it's a good idea to drink a lot.

06:30 Gunfire Breakfast.
A traditional ANZAC Gunfire Breakfast of tea or coffee with a nip of Bundy Rum and an ANZAC biscuit will be served in the car park in front of the Hell fire Pass Museum.

07:30 Breakfast at Resort.
We'll return to the resort around 7:30 am for a hearty breakfast and you'll have time to relax before leaving for the cemetery.

09:00 Depart for Don Rak War Cemetery.
We'll leave the resort at 9 o'clock so that you have time to find a seat in one of the tents before the wreath-laying ceremony starts.

10:00 Wreath-Laying Ceremony.
There will be a number of tents erected around the cenotaph so you will be able to sit in the shade. Every tent has an unending supply of cold water delivered free to your seat by local students.

11:00 Hospitality offered by the Australian Embassy.
Every year the Australian and NZ Embassies alternate the hosting of hospitality and in 2013 it's the Aussies turn. Expect copious amounts of good Aussie beer served behind the VIP tent.

12:30 Lunch at Floating Restaurant.
Set-menu lunch will be served in a local Thai restaurant.

14:00 The Bridge over the river kwai.
You can walk across and take some photos.

15:00 Complimentary Coffee Break.
Please feel free and enjoy our complimentary coffee break during a long day of your travelling for approximately 20 minutes.

16:00 Depart for your accommodation.

18:00 Arrive back at your Hotel.

**There will be the Memorial Service & Wreath Laying Ceremony as well.
If you would like to purchase a wreath for this ceremony, we also have its prepared for you. The price of a wreath is around 700-900 Baht.


Inclusions:
-Air-conditioned vehicle with an English-speaking guide
- Admission fee as mentioned on this programme
- Transportation, Lunch at a local restaurant, Dinner, Insurance
- Free! One children under 3 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.

Child Policy:
For children under 3 years old will be Free of charge.
For children 4-12 years old we charge 3,500baht.
For children over 13 years old we charge normal price.

Code Sky2AZ-HPT. 

Special rate only 29,000 baht / 4 persons / 2 villas.

Special rate only 42,000 baht / 6 persons / 3 villas.

-One child from 4 to 12 years are charged 1,500 baht. per person per night for extra beds.
-Adults are charged 2000 baht. per person per night for extra beds.


Pattaya to Canyon Tiger Temple,Bamboo Rafting,Overnight Riverkwai

Pattaya to Canyon Tiger Temple, Elephant Ride, BamBoo Rafting and Overnight Riverkwai (Kanchanaburi).

2Day1Night Program from Pattaya to River Kwai.

CODE: Sky2P2K-C.

Day1
05:00-06:00 Pick up from your hotel. Please wait in the lobby.

10:30 War Cemetery (Don Rak).
First stop in Kanchanaburi will be The local English-speaking guide will join you.

After the end of World War II, the cemetery at Don Rak became the final resting place for many of those who had been forced to endure the brutal conditions imposed by the Japanese army during the construction of the Thailand to Burma railway. Historians calculate that 38 Allied POWs died for each kilometre of track that was laid on the railway. Those who died were originally buried at makeshift grave-sites at various locations along the railway line. After the war ended, Don Rak cemetery was designed as a more fitting resting place and memorial to the dead. Lines of identical stone slabs mark the fallen and where the identity of the soldier is unknown a simple inscription states, ‘A soldier who died for his country’. In other cases the names, ages and regiments of the soldiers are marked.

11:30 Visit world-famous Bridge over the River Kwai, a part of the Death Railway constructed by Allied prisoners of war. Take leisurely walks around town and pictures on the world-renowned Death Railway.

12:00 Lunch Floating Restaurant.
Lunch on the river at the Bridge over the river kwai.

13:30 Tiger Temple.
Every afternoon, tigers will be taken to the canyon and tourists can get nose to nose and have photographs taken with them. The wildlife rescue project here was started in 1999.

16:00 Check-in at Duenshine Resort/On the Rafts.

19:00 Dinner.
We'll have dinner at the floating restaurant beside the famous bridge. You'll have time to walk across and get some pics. If you're lucky, the train might pass while you're on the bridge

Day2
08:00 ABF 

09:30 Elephant Ride, Bamboo Raft.
After lunch we'll take you to the elephant camp where you can experience the unique 'elephants walk'. From there you can head straight for the river for bath time.
-Now that you are well wet, you can take the bamboo raft for a gentle float down the rive

11:30 Death Railway.
You have to walk from the train station Krasae Cave and the famous wooden bridge.

13:00 Lunch at Thai Restaurant.

14:30 Return to Pattaya.

18:00 Arrive back at your Hotel.

Inclusions: English-speaking guide, Lunch, Dinner, ABF, Transportation, Admission fee, Accommodation.


Child Policy:
For children under 3 years old will be Free of charge. (except at Tiger Temple all children will have to pay for the entrance ticket and you can pay at the entrance by yourself).
For children 4-12 years old we charge 50% of adult price.
For children over 13 years old we charge normal price.


Tour Code Sky2P2K-C
Private Tour
2-3 person 10,800.-THB.
4-5 person 9,800.-THB.
6-7 person 7,800.-THB.
**Price per person**




Pattaya to Dam Noen Saduk Floating Market , Overnight Riverkwai (Kanchanaburi)

War Cemetery, Dam noen Saduak Floating Market, Elephant Ride. Bamboo Rafting, Erawan waterfall (National Park).

2Day1Night Program from Pattaya to River Kwai (Kanchanaburi).

Code: Sky2P2K-B.

Elephant Riding

Day1
05:00-06:00 Pick up from your hotel.
Please wait in the lobby.

09:30 Floating Market Damnoen Saduak.
The Floating Market is just a short detour on the way to Kanchanaburi and allows you the opportunity of taking a boat through the canal system.

11:30 War Cemetery (Don Rak).
First stop in Kanchanaburi will be The local English-speaking guide will join you.

After the end of World War II, the cemetery at Don Rak became the final resting place for many of those who had been forced to endure the brutal conditions imposed by the Japanese army during the construction of the Thailand to Burma railway. Historians calculate that 38 Allied POWs died for each kilometre of track that was laid on the railway. Those who died were originally buried at makeshift grave-sites at various locations along the railway line. After the war ended, Don Rak cemetery was designed as a more fitting resting place and memorial to the dead. Lines of identical stone slabs mark the fallen and where the identity of the soldier is unknown a simple inscription states, ‘A soldier who died for his country’. In other cases the names, ages and regiments of the soldiers are marked.

12:00 Lunch Floating Restaurant.
Lunch on the river at the Bridge over the river kwai.

13:00 Visit world-famous Bridge over the River Kwai, a part of the Death Railway constructed by Allied prisoners of war. Take leisurely walks around town and pictures on the world-renowned Death Railway.

14:00 Elephant Ride.
It's a thirty minute drive to the Elephant Camp where you can experience the uniqueness of a ride on the back of an elephant. The ride normally takes half an hour.

15:00 Bamboo Rafting.
You have to try the elephant up the 30 minutes cruise along the Kwai Noi River.

16:30 Check-in at Duenshine Resort/On the Rafts.
Time to check-in to your resort for the night. Have a shower and relax before dinner.

19:00 Dinner beside the Bridge over the River Kwai.
We'll have dinner at the floating restaurant beside the famous bridge. You'll have time to walk across and get some pics. If you're lucky, the train might pass while you're on the bridge!

Day2
07:00 ABF

09:00 Erawan National Park.
After a good breakfast you'll be ready for some exercise, so we'll take you into the Erawan National Park for a trek through the jungle to the beautiful terraced Erawan waterfalls. You'll have time to relax with a swim here or just a paddle if you prefer.
- One of the most beautiful places in Kanchanaburi Province is the Erawan National Park and we'll spend most of the day here.

12:00 Lunch. Thai Restaurant.

14:00 Complimentary Coffee Break.
Please feel free and enjoy our complimentary coffee break during a long day of your travelling for approximately 20 minutes.

15:00 Return to Pattaya.

19:00 Arrive back at your Hotel.

Inclusions: English-speaking guide, Lunch, Dinner, ABF, Transportation, Admission fee, Accommodation.

Child Policy:
For children under 3 years old will be Free of charge.
For children 4-12 years old we charge 50% of adult price.
For children over 13 years old we charge normal price.


Tour Code Sky2P2K-B
(Private Tour)
2-3 persons 9,800.-THB.
4-5 persons 8,800.-THB.
6-7 persons 6,800.-THB.
**Price per person**





Pattaya to Bangkok Temples, Overnight Riverkwai (Kanchanaburi)

Bangkok Temples Tours, Grand Palace (Wat Phra Kaeo), Wat Pho, Wat Arun and Over night at River Kwai Kanchanaburi.

2Day1Night Program from Pattaya to Bangkok and River Kwai (Kanchanaburi)

Code: Sky2P2K-A.

Day1
07:00 Pick-up from hotel. Please wait in the lobby.

10:00 Grand Palace Wat Phra Kaeo.
First stop in Bangkok is at the Wat Phra Kaeo where your guide will join you.

The main building is the central ubosoth, which houses the statue of Emerald Buddha. The legendary history of this Buddha image is traced to India, five centuries after the Lord Buddha attained Nirvana, till it was finally enshrined in Bangkok at the Wat Phra Kaew temple in 1782 during Rama I's reign (1782–1809). This marked the beginning and raise of the Chakri Dynasty of the present Kingdom of Thailand (the present head of the dynasty is King Rama IX.The Emerald Buddha, a dark green statue, is in a standing form, about 66 centimetres (26 in) tall, carved from a single jade stone (Emerald in Thai means deep green colour and not the specific stone). It is carved in the meditating posture in the style of the Lanna school of the northern Thailand. Except for the Thai King, no other person is allowed to touch the statue. The King changes the cloak around the statue three times a year, corresponding to the summer, winter, and rainy seasons, an important ritual performed to usher good fortune to the country during each season.

12:00 Lunch.
Lunch will be in a Thai restaurant beside the Chao Phraya River.

13:30 Wat Pho Reclining Buddha.
Wat Pho is named after a monastery in India where Buddha is believed to have lived.[4] Prior to the temple's founding, the site was a centre of education for traditional Thai medicine, and statues were created showing yoga positions. An enormous Buddha image from Ayuthaya's Wat Si Sanaphet was destroyed by Burmeses in 1767, King Rama I (1782-1809 A.D.) incorporated its fragments to build a temple to enlarge and renovate the complex.The complex underwent many changes in the next 260 years. Under King Rama III (1824-1851 A.D.), plaques inscribed with medical texts were placed around the temple.These received recognition in the Memory of the World Programme launched by UNESCO on February 21, 2008. Adjacent to the building housing the Reclining Buddha is a small raised garden, the centrepiece being a bodhi tree which is propagated from the original tree in India where Buddha sat while awaiting enlightenment. The temple was created as a restoration of an earlier temple on the same site, Wat Phodharam, with the work beginning in 1788. The temple was restored and extended in the reign of King Rama III, and was restored again in 1982.

14:00 Boat across the Chao Phraya River to visit Wat Arun.
Wat Arun A Buddhist temple had existed at the site of Wat Arun since the time of the Ayutthaya Kingdom. It was then known as Wat Makok, after the village of Bang Makok in which it was situated. (Makok is the Thai name for the Spondias pinnata plant.) According to the historian Prince Damrong Rajanubhab, the temple was shown in French maps during the reign of King Narai (1656–1688). The temple was renamed Wat Chaeng by King Taksin when he established his new capital of Thonburi near the temple, following the fall of Ayutthaya. It is believed that Taksin vowed to restore the temple after passing it at dawn. The temple enshrined the Emerald Buddha image before it was transferred to Wat Phra Kaew on the river's eastern bank in 1785

After visiting Wat Arun bitter then you will need to go to Kanchanaburi takes about one hour and a half. To visit the war cemetery kanchanaburi

16:00 War Cemetery (Don Rak).
After the end of World War II, the cemetery at Don Rak became the final resting place for many of those who had been forced to endure the brutal conditions imposed by the Japanese army during the construction of the Thailand to Burma railway. Historians calculate that 38 Allied POWs died for each kilometre of track that was laid on the railway. Those who died were originally buried at makeshift grave-sites at various locations along the railway line. After the war ended, Don Rak cemetery was designed as a more fitting resting place and memorial to the dead. Lines of identical stone slabs mark the fallen and where the identity of the soldier is unknown a simple inscription states, ‘A soldier who died for his country’. In other cases the names, ages and regiments of the soldiers are marked.

18:30 Check-in at Duenshine Resort/On the Rafts.

19:00 Dinner beside the River Kwai and OverNight.

Day2
07:00- ABF

09:30 Ride Elephants
We'll take you to the elephant camp where you can experience the unique 'elephants walk'. From there you can head straight for the river.

10:30 Bamboo Rafting on the River Kwai.
Now that you are well wet, you can take the bamboo raft for a gentle float down the river. We'll pick you up at the other end.

11:30 Death Railway.
In 1943 thousands of Allied Prisoners of War (PoW) and Asian labourers worked on the Death Railway under the imperial Japanese army in order to construct part of the 415 km long Burma-Thailand railway. Most of these men were Australians, Dutch and British and they had been working steadily southwards from Thanbyuzayat (Burma) to link with other PoW on the Thai side of the railway. This railway was intended to move men and supplies to the Burmese front where the Japanese were fighting the British. Japanese army engineers selected the route which traversed deep valleys and hills. All the heavy work was done manually either by hand or by elephant as earth moving equipment was not available.

12:00 Lunch in a Thai Restaurant.

14:00 The Bridge Over the River Kwai. 
You'll have time to walk on the bridge and take some photos.

15:00 Return to Pattaya.

19:00 Arrive back at your Hotel.

Inclusions: English-speaking guide, Lunch, Dinner, ABF,  Transportation, Admission fee, Accommodation.

Child Policy:
For children under 3 years old will be Free of charge.
For children 4-12 years old we charge 50% of adult price.
For children over 13 years old we charge normal price.

Tour Code Sky2P2K-A
Private Tour
2-3 persons 9,800.-THB.
4-5 persons 7,800.-THB.
6-7 persons 6,800.- THB.
**Price per person**






Pattaya to River Kwai, Tiger Temple Thailand.

Pattaya to River Kwai (Kanchanaburi) visit Canyon Tiger Temple Thailand.

OneDay Program From Pattaya to Kanchanaburi.

Code Sky1P2K-A.

Tiger Temple SkykanTours
Day1 
05:00-06:00 Pick up from your hotel. 
Please wait in the lobby. 

10:30War Cemetery (Don Rak).
First stop in Kanchanaburi will be The local English-speaking guide will join you.

After the end of World War II, the cemetery at Don Rak became the final resting place for many of those who had been forced to endure the brutal conditions imposed by the Japanese army during the construction of the Thailand to Burma railway. Historians calculate that 38 Allied POWs died for each kilometre of track that was laid on the railway. Those who died were originally buried at makeshift grave-sites at various locations along the railway line. After the war ended, Don Rak cemetery was designed as a more fitting resting place and memorial to the dead. Lines of identical stone slabs mark the fallen and where the identity of the soldier is unknown a simple inscription states, ‘A soldier who died for his country’. In other cases the names, ages and regiments of the soldiers are marked.

11:30 Visit world-famous Bridge over the River Kwai, a part of the Death Railway constructed by Allied prisoners of war. Take leisurely walks around town and pictures on the world-renowned Death Railway.

12:00 Lunch Floating Restaurant.
Lunch on the river at the Bridge over the river kwai.

13:30 Tiger Temple.
Every afternoon, tigers will be taken to the canyon and tourists can get nose to nose and have photographs taken with them. The wildlife rescue project here was started in 1999.

15:00 Complimentary Coffee Break.
Please feel free and enjoy our complimentary coffee break during a long day of your travelling for approximately 20 minutes.

15:30 Return to Pattaya.

20:00 Arrive back at your Hotel.

Inclusions: English-speaking guide, Lunch, Transportation, Admission fee.


Child Policy:
-For children under 3 years old will be Free of charge. (except at Tiger Temple all children will have to pay for the entrance ticket and you can pay at the entrance by yourself).
-For children 4-12 years old we charge 50% of adult price.
-For children over 13 years old we charge normal price.



Tour Code Sky1P2K-A
Private Tour
2-3 persons 6,800.-THB
4-5 persons 5,800.-THB
6-7 persons 4,800.-THB
8-9 persons 3,800.-THB
**Price per person**


Bangkok To Tiger Temple Thailand, Erawan Waterfall & Swimming.

Tiger Temple Thailand, Swimming at Erawan National Park Waterfall.

OneDay Program (Start from Bangkok)

Code Sky1M.

07:00 Pick up from Hotel.
Please wait in the lobby of the hotel.

09:00 War Cemetery.

First stop in Kanchanaburi will be The local English-speaking guide will join you.

10:00 Erawan Waterfall.&Swimming.

Erawan National Park for a dip in one of the crisp, clear streams formed by the Erawan Waterfalls. Since there are seven tiers to the cascades with a hefty climb in between each, you must earn your swim. The higher you ascend, the more private your swim. But it’s well worth it however far up you make it. Swimming amidst the stunning scenery of waterfalls meandering down the rocks through a verdant forest will both energize and inspire.

13:00 Lunch –Thai Restaurant.

14:30 Tiger Temple.

That sounded interesting enough, after all, what could be better than a canyon full of tigers. In the canyon, there were 5 or 6 tigers all laying down in some state of relaxation or sleeping. As you held a trainer’s hand, they led you around the canyon letting you stop at each tiger to pet it and get your picture taken. All of the tigers were docile and never made a move of aggression to anyone. It was kind of surreal walking around grown tigers and petting them like a big house cat.

15:30 The Bridge over the River Kwai.
Visit the most famous bridges in the world war ll.

16:00 
Complimentary Coffee Break.
Please feel free and enjoy our complimentary coffee break during a long day of your travelling for approximately 20 minutes.


16:30 Depart for Bangkok.

18:30 Arrive back at Hotel.


Inclusions: English-speaking guide, Lunch, Transportation, Admission fee.

Child Policy:
-For children under 3 years old will be Free of charge. (except at Tiger Temple all children will have to pay for the entrance ticket and you can pay at the entrance by yourself).
-For children 4-12 years old we charge 50% of adult price.
-For children over 13 years old we charge normal price.


Tour Code Sky1M
(Private Tour)
1 person = 8,800.-THB.
2-3 persons = 6,800.-THB.
4-5 persons = 5,800.-THB.
6-7 persons = 4,800.-THB.
*Price per person*