After driving up from Bangkok, we visit the Bridge and Railway Museum before taking the Death Railway to Kraset caves. We also visit an elephant camp and there is a chance for an elephant ride before we get on the bikes. We start our ride at Prasat Muang Singh, a Khmer temple that dates back to the Angkorian period of the 12th Century.
The scenery is awe-inspiring with limestone cliffs punctuating a mountainous skyline that rolls towards Burma in the west. The final ride is a touch more challenging! You will enjoy some unforgettable descents through the jungle and a magnificent riverside ride beside a tributary of the Kwai Noi or along the road to the infamous Hellfire Pass. Although there is some harder riding, this is a fully supported trip, suitable for most levels of riders and has proved very popular with families.
Cliff View Resort really is beautifully located, on the banks of the River Kwai and River Kwai Resotel, which is arguably Thailand's all-time greatest jungle resort, is stacked with charm and character. It also boasts a riverside swimming pool, herbal steam room and some of the best practitioners of traditional Thai massage - perfect after a day in the saddle.
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