Somnuk Elephant Camp

198 Moo 6, Wanggrajaa, Sai Yok, Kanchanaburi, 71150, Thailand | Campground

Travel Blogs from Kanchanaburi

I am Mowgli - Jungle Adventurer

A travel blog entry by hedwig_the_bear


Entry from Nick: We spent the last 2 days in a place called Kanchanaburi. A provincial region about 3 hours from Bangkok. We booked a tour with one of the many travel offices around the city of Bangkok. For the remarkable price of 14 English pounds each, we booked a 2 day/one night trip. Included in this price was accommodation (we slept on …

Elephant camp

A travel blog entry by marksmb


Just returned from a Burmese elephant camp where we rode elephants, went rafting on the river Kwai, and swam. This is another activity that I have mixed feelings about. On one hand it is a great way for students to interact with Burmese people for a little while...they look different from Thais...students thought they were very handsome. The students understand ...

Erawan Falls and Feet Eating Fish Friends

A travel blog entry by paul_emma


... a silicon blonde groupie draped over Ziggy and his mates. A bongo-off if you will, noise. On the way home we were shouted at a number of prostitutes, Paul got stroked again. Many of the bars round here have plenty of women and lady boys making themselves available, and of course two tall UK guys always get some attention. It is slightly odd that we now consider this normal. We seem to have gotten off lightly when your consider Ashley's story. A Tina Turner lookalike Ladyboy motor ...

The Bridge over the River Kwai

A travel blog entry by sarahdoug96


... we were dropped off at the War Cemetery. This was a very large Cemetery full of soldiers graves from Australia, New Zealand, America, Holland and Britain. Some of the graves were still unmarked as they hadn’t been able to identify the bodies. We then headed to the Jeath War Museum just down the road from the famous Bridge. Jeath stands for Japan, England, Australia, Thai and Holland and was a very interesting museum showing old photographs of the soldiers ...


A travel blog entry by mark1979


... Rocky Mountains. As the completion date got closer, 'speedo' was imposed, making the prisoners work for up to 18 hours a day. At night the cutting was lit by lamps, fires or diesel torches. The shadows of the guards and prisoners on the wall gave Konyu Cutting, the name Hellfire Pass. We had not found a way to get to the train station from the museum, but the lady behind the counter helped us gate crash a minivan tour who had ...


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