Somnuk Elephant Camp

Address: 198 Moo 6, Wanggrajaa, Sai Yok, Kanchanaburi, 71150, Thailand | Campground
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This campground is located on 198 Moo 6, Wanggrajaa, Sai Yok, Kanchanaburi.
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    History in Kanchan

    A travel blog entry by ekenny89 on May 24, 2015

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    ... which passes through hellfire pass but it is in use today. We walked along the track and took some pictures and went in a cave that had a big golden Buddha. There were people lighting incense and praying. They have some tubes made out of bamboo that hold about 16 sticks and you shake them till one falls out. The stick will have a number on it and you read the text with the corresponding number which is on a board next to the praying area. I got lucky number 7! ...

    Hot and humid!

    A travel blog entry by hortonsontour on Mar 15, 2015

    9 photos

    ... pass, which is an amazing place where many PoWs lost their lives cutting a huge route through solid rock. We pushed on and managed an extra 10km over and above target but the heat finally defeated us.

    Pop drove us back to Hintok river camp where we staying. Hintok is a great place. A glamping camp with air conditioned tents set high up over looking the river kwai. We checked in and quickly grabbed ...

    Take only memories, leave only footprints

    A travel blog entry by eddlauren on Mar 06, 2015

    49 photos

    ... Africa. On a scale of 1 - 10, I'd put Skeleton Gorge at a 9 and Crystal Pools at an 8. It was incredibly hot the day I hiked them, so I'd recommend cooler weather; I'd also add in that they aren't designed for the unfit, if you know what I mean. I'd rank Erawan Falls at about a 4-5. It wasn't very easy, but it wasn't terribly hard either. You could definitely do it if you weren't fit, but had good hiking shoes.

    We got to the 7th level and ...

    A Trip to Kanchanaburi

    A travel blog entry by ann-jamie on Dec 21, 2014

    ... the story of Japanese invasion of Singapore, malaysia and then taking over Thailand to build a railway to Burma, something which at first seems a strategic idea. Then after looking at the terrain and later that day travelling on the Death railway, you just cant fathom why they continued with it. Sheer rock faces above the river. Hard rock and jungle that grows back with avengence when cut down. It is shocking to see ...

    Jonathan entry

    A travel blog entry by marksmb on May 15, 2014

    So far in Thailand I have found my experience to be very pleasant. I'm not a fan of the big cities so Bangkok was a little bit of a struggle, but very educational. I learned so much about the local Buddhist culture and their places of worship, known as wats. Although I don't necessarily like big cities, it was good to see how people make a daily living there in factories and as street vendors. When we arrived in the rural areas of Thailand I was very excited though! I have ...

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