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Tiffany- Question about Kanchanaburi AirBnB

Tiffany- Question about Kanchanaburi AirBnB

  1. James Solomon

    We have an upcoming stay at the Airbnb you stayed at in Kanchanaburi. We also plan to visit Elephant World. Any suggestions on arranging transportation from the city as well as from the Airbnb cottage to Elephant World?


  2. Gaurav

    Hi [USER=372]@James Solomon[/USER], we stayed at the same place during our visit. Just reach out to Phachara and he should be able to to set up a car and driver for you. We thought the rates were pretty reasonable. We took the train from BKK and they picked us up and dropped us off, took us to Elephant World and then on another day to the museums and a visit to the city and bridge.

  3. James Solomon

    [USER=79]@Gaurav[/USER] Thanks for the info. Did you enjoy your time? Any suggestions?

  4. Gaurav

    We loved it. Of course we were there during August so it was pretty hot and humid but still fun. We did Elephant world for a day, got a massage and dinner by the river in the city another day (Phachara can recommend places). Hellfire museum was really well done and we did a part of the hike along the old tracks. Also fun going to the bridge and walking around although it’s pretty busy with tourists. Fun to be there when the train goes through. The war cemetery was a nice spot to reflect on the history. We also spent quite a bit of time just hanging out on the deck of the airbnb watching the river go by and enjoying the delicious food that they were making for us :). Enjoy!

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