08:00hrs. Check-out and take a motor long-tailed boat to Resotel pier. Then visit the famous bridge and the beginning of the 'Death Railway' is a poignant reminder of the thousands of POW's and forced laborers who lost their lives in the Second World War during the construction works of the railway. 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. Visit the War Cemetery, the final resting place for over 6,000 allied P.O.W. that worked and died during the Japanese occupation. Then continue by van to Suphanburi. Visit Buffalo Village (Baan Kwai) Occupying over 27 acres land, this water buffalo preservation area not only contains a water buffalo ranch, but also features the authentic rural lifestyle of farmers in Thailand's central region. Watch the daily activities of farmers such as rice-threshing, and explore traditional Thai homes on stilts. Various areas feature different types of folk knowledge such as traditional Thai medicine, traditional Thai massage, indigenous herbs, and Thai astrology. Visitors can also enjoy half-hour buffalo shows throughout the day. Continue to visit Samchuk Market. This Chinese community and old-fashioned market, complete with wooden shop houses, has retained its authentic Thai style, dating from a century ago. Visitors can explore the traditional shops, including a photography store that continues to use a century-old camera, an herbal drugstore, or enjoy tasting local sweets and sipping old-fashioned local-style coffee by the river. A three-story building, now transformed into a museum, displays photos from the days of yesteryear, taking visitors back to a bygone era. In 2009, the Sam Chuk Old Market received an Award of Merit in the 2009 annual UNESCO Asia-Pacific Heritage Awards for Culture Heritage Conservation. Afterwards continue to Phitsanulok. Upon arrival visit Wat Maha That and its highly revered Buddha statue, Phra Buddha Jinaraj.
Accommodation at Amarin Lagoon Hotel