Thai National Parks

Taxi/minivan Bangkok - Kanchanaburi, Erawan Waterfalls or Hellfire Pass

The sedan taxi transfers we offer are for maximum 2-3 people, MPV/MUVs are for up to 3-5 people, minivans are for bigger groups up to 10-12 people, all depending on amount of luggage.

The private transfer destinations are;

  • Erawan Falls in Erawan National Park
  • Any hotels between Kanchanaburi and Hellfire Pass/Erawan Falls
  • Kanchanaburi

It is possible to book a round-trip within the same day. Round-trip over different days are quoted as two single trips.

(Airport pick up: +200 Baht, but no services back to the airports)

Bangkok to Kanchanaburi (150km, 2h 20min)

The listed price we are offering are around standard price, up to 50% cheaper than transportation that hotels arranges.

FromToTypeOne-wayRound-trip
Bangkok Kanchanaburi Sedan (2-3 pax) 2000 THB 3000 THB
Bangkok Kanchanaburi MPV/MUV (4-5 pax) 2200 THB 3200 THB
Bangkok Kanchanaburi Minivan (7-10 pax) 3100 THB 3500 THB

(*) The driver will wait for you up until 6 p.m. You will be returned to your hotel after 6 pm.

Bangkok to Ewaran Falls (220-240km, 3h 15min)

FromToTypeOne-wayRound-trip
Bangkok Ewaran Falls Sedan (2-3 pax) 2300 THB 3300 THB
Bangkok Ewaran Falls MPV/MUV (4-5 pax) 2500 THB 3500 THB
Bangkok Ewaran Falls Minivan (7-10 pax) 3700 THB 4200 THB

(*) The driver will wait for you up until 6 p.m. You will be returned to your hotel after 6 pm.

Bangkok to Hellfire Pass (220-240km, 3h 25min)

FromToTypeOne wayRound-trip
Bangkok Hellfire Pass Sedan (2-3 pax) 2300 THB 3300 THB
Bangkok Hellfire Pass MPV/MUV (4-5 pax) 2500 THB 3500 THB
Bangkok Hellfire Pass Minivan (7-10 pax) 3700 THB 4200 THB

Bangkok to Resotel Pier (210-230km, 3h 15min)

FromToTypeOne way
Bangkok Resotel Pier Sedan (2 pax) 2300 THB
Bangkok Resotel Pier MPV/MUV (4-5 pax) 2500 THB
Bangkok Resotel Pier Minivan (7-10 pax) 3700 THB
Important note

We don't offer any taxi service to cruel places like zoos, "tiger sanctuaries", elephant farms/resorts.

We also don't offer any taxi service to some so called "elephant sanctuaries". These are privately run companies for profit reasons. Even if some may be ethical, we simply don't have any first hand info. Although it is not easy to find reliable sources, we recommend doing your research carefully before getting to such places.

Rangers trying to protect various protected sites regularly get killed or wounded in Thailand. Poachers try to get to elephant babies by killing entire elephant families, to feed this market. "Ethical" claims done by businesses or various websites does, including big news sources are partly wrong; there is no enough evidence to proof these sanctuaries are ethical holiday destinations.

Our basic thumb rule; If you find a place where you can enter/stay without have to pay, that is an ethical place to take care of animals for sure! Try animal rescure organisations or why not see animals in wild in one of many national parks?

Reviews from our guests

We appreciate your feedback after the tour when booking with us.

About: Bangkok - Khao Yai

By: , Malaysia | posted Sun 23 Jul, 2017

We did enjoyed the trip. Specially thanks to our driver who is very responsible,courtesy, helpful,took initiatove to call the winery to check the tour for us. He is able to communicate with simple english and some body language we can make a good communication. Thanks rushen to explain very details on what we should takw note and the procedure before I book the tour. Excellent team work, keep the up! Highy recommend to those who want to go khao yai as the price is reasonable compare to others.

About: Bangkok - Kanchanaburi, Erawan Waterfalls or Hellfire Pass

By: , Netherlands | posted Sat 22 Jul, 2017

Thai National Parks arranged a one way trip with our kids from our hotel in Bangkok city to Kanchanaburi. Well organised and the driver was at the appointed time in our hotel, clean taxi and safe drive. Thanx for your great and quick response email communication!

About: Bangkok - Khao Yai

By: , United Kingdom | posted Thu 20 Jul, 2017

We had taken public transport to get to Khao Yai National Park and although the connections weren't too bad, there was no public transport directly to our hotel and it took us almost 8 hours to get there from Bangkok. As we only had a week in Thailand in order to save time we wanted to book a taxi back straight to our hotel in Pattaya from Khao Yai.

We didn't have any experience with taxi services in Thailand, but we came across the Thai National Parks website and decided to book a taxi there as the price seemed good and communication was quick. I must admit, we were very impressed with the overall taxi services but also the booking process. It was fast, efficient and we also received the details of the driver well in advance in case of any problems.

The taxi was already waiting for us when we came down in reception, the driver was great and got us to Pattaya in about 4 hours. Overall a great service and I would definitely recommend it.

About: Bangkok - Kanchanaburi, Erawan Waterfalls or Hellfire Pass

By: , Germany | posted Wed 19 Jul, 2017

We had a fantastic day with my family out of Bangkok. We started the day with visiting the beautiful Erawan Falls, got to the fifth level ( missed the last two) and finished with swimming in the lake with fishes. We were lucky to spot a monkey on our way. Afterwards we visited the Hellfire Pass Memorial, a truly moving experience - we have seen many WW2 sites in Europe before, so this small, but well-designed museum was completing our knowledge - the track was easy to walk. Last, we arrived to the Bridge Over River Kwai and great local food in the restaurant overviewing the bridge. The customer service was great to quickly advise and tailor program to our demands. Our driver was very friendly, driving safe and finding the fastest way to get to our destinations (we accompished a 450 km trip from 6 am to 9 pm). Thank you all to make our trip memorable!

About: Bangkok - Khao Yai

By: , Spain | posted Mon 17 Jul, 2017

everything was great!

About: Bangkok - Khao Yai

By: , Switzerland | posted Fri 14 Jul, 2017

Nous avons visité le parc de Khao Yai en juillet, la nature y est magnifique. Nous avons pu observer de nombreux animaux tels que gibbons, Toucans à becs jaune, daims, porc-épique, écureuils, tortue et surtout un groupe de 4 éléphants que nous avons pu voir évoluer en toute liberté pendant environ 30 minutes, c'était magnifique.

Apple, notre guide anglophone était très sympathique et compétent, la journée était bien organisée, les repas conviviaux et le véhicule confortable.

About: Bangkok - Khao Yai

By: , Malaysia | posted Tue 11 Jul, 2017

The driver is courteous, helpful. Will recommend your company to any of my friend s that required transportation to destinations in Thailand.

Thank you for the service.

About: Bangkok - Khao Yai

By: , Singapore | posted Mon 10 Jul, 2017

The driver was punctual and patient for the trip. It's just that the jam was very bad in the morning. I will definitely book again with you if I were to go to Khao Yai again!

About: Bangkok - Kanchanaburi, Erawan Waterfalls or Hellfire Pass

By: , Spain | posted Fri 7 Jul, 2017

We Loved it

About: Bangkok - Khao Yai

By: , Indonesia | posted Wed 28 Jun, 2017

Nice trip, the driver humble and polite. Next if iam in bangkok i will book again thanks