Travel Blogs from Kanchanaburi, Thailand

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Elephants and Tigers, Kanchanaburi, Thailand travel blog

Elephants and Tigers

A travel blog entry by lisartw


... three of us  booked on the trip - Lee, me and this guy from Leicester. The elephant camp is about 40 minutes outside of Kanchanaburi and in the middle of the jungle kind of area, although it's a really dry place, not some sort of wet tropical jungle, ...

Up the stream, Kanchanaburi, Thailand travel blog

Up the stream

A travel blog entry by atlantiche

Kanchanaburi is a small town on the river Kwai, two hours out of Bangkok, that featured heavily in Japanese operations during WWII. Our first stop of this 3 day tour was a war cemetary composed almost entirely of small military tablets commemorating ...

The Golden Land..., Kanchanaburi, Thailand travel blog

The Golden Land...

A travel blog entry by brigittevdbroek


... en de vriendelijk- en behulpzaamheid van de mensen juist meer en meer gaat verdwijnen. Nu dus weer terug in Thailand. Op het moment bevind ik me in Kanchanaburi (om je even een idee te geven: om 6.00u in Yangon vertrokken en een taxi, vliegtuig, bus, ...

Tigers & Thai brides, Kanchanaburi, Thailand travel blog

Tigers & Thai brides

A travel blog entry by karen1012


... two in a room with a lot of laughter and sighs of relief. We are here because of the history with regards to the Thailand-Burma railway which ran for a distance of 415 kilometers and cost the lives of approximately 15,000 prisoners of war and 100,000 ...

Bridge over the River Kwai, Kanchanaburi, Thailand travel blog

Bridge over the River Kwai

A travel blog entry by antandruthybabe


... the bridges.  Many of the Dutch, American and British POWs are buried at the military cemeteries in and around Kanchanaburi town. We paid our respects at the cemetery in the centre of Kanchanaburi, and as always in a war cemetery ...

A Calmer Day, Kanchanaburi, Thailand travel blog

A Calmer Day

A travel blog entry by sumac


... our guesthouse and transport to Ayutthia - our next port of call tomorrow. Then we head out for the JEATH Museum (Japan,England,Australia,Thailand,Holland) on a small sidecar of a motorbike taxi; the driver makes me sit in just the right place (as I am ...

We're Off to Nam, Kanchanaburi, Thailand travel blog

We're Off to Nam

A travel blog entry by joycey

... to Bangkok where we have to collect our visa's for vietnam. Our flight for Nam leaves on Saturday and we land in Ho Chi Minh. Have to go! p.s Danielle you were right about ko Phangan, Bangkok, Kanchanaburi and the alchemist...which was a class ...

Ce noces ostati suh, je potrebno skocit v vodo :P, Thong Pha Phum, Thailand travel blog

Ce noces ostati suh, je potrebno skocit v vodo :P

A travel blog entry by jerneja_2688


Koncno sem prisla do racunalnika, tako da lahko nadaljujem zgodbo izpred dvanajstih dni :). Torej...nase sanje so se prevesile v jutro, kjer je alarm zacel razbijati ze ob 5.45. Gracia (ena izmed cimer) je imela rojstni dan, zato smo se odlocili, da jih ...

Waterfalls, sadness and the Kwai Bridge, Kanchanaburi, Thailand travel blog

Waterfalls, sadness and the Kwai Bridge

A travel blog entry by lisartw

... pounds, tourist price 30 pounds. Hmmm..... Anyway, moan over! :) Next stop was Hellfire pass, which is a stretch of the orignal Thailand to Burma railway that the POW's from WWII had to build. It's called Hellfire pass because they had to cut through ...

Museams and torture, Kanchanaburi, Thailand travel blog

Museams and torture

A travel blog entry by lisartw

... of Thailand and around some of the other countries before our time is well and truly up! Today we headed to the Thailand-Burma Railyway museam, which is a really well run museam, it's small but really informative with lots of interesting displays and ...

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