Buritara Resort And Spa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBuritara Resort And Spa Kanchanaburi
nice sized glass houses, but the resort was very new and not finished, nothing was available when we asked for it, its a motel on a main road its not a resort. Too far away from anything.
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... side of the train and the train actually acts as a weed wacker! The death railway came and went really quickly. The scenery of the river and surrounding resort were indeed beautiful but tourism hypes up this trip pretty bad for a 5 minute sight. I was really disappointed about that bit. After a quick stop at the resort, another 1.5h train ride awaited us before ending back in kanchanburi. As the train headed back into town, it made its slow trek across the bride. Since their ...
... s two markets; one big food one by the bus station and another clothes and food one. We went to the clothes and food one which was a 2 minute walk down the road, which we didn't realise until the taxi stopped after 30 seconds! 40 baht well spent! We wondered around the buzzing market, taking in the smells and random sights. The food was amazing, although we weren't quite sure what we were eating as the signs we're mostly in Thai. We tried a couple of ...
... I like to hear the old fellas speak and this is the opportunity. We all laid the wreaths and were assisted by Quiet Lion kids from W.A.
The Kiwis present did the Haka outside the Cholera Hut with the inscribed names of the 300. Was very moving and powerful.
The Aussie Govt puts on a free BBQ sausage sizzle and free beer. I had several. I got one of the exPOWs a beer too.
We were lucky to get ...
... At the same time, I was at a loss for words about the advice the museum provides for visitors like us in relation to what so many (60,000 POWs and 200,000 Asian civilians) endured here. It absolutely makes sense to me that the museum suggests we wear proper footwear, hats, sunscreen, and bring a lot of water. But at the same time, I felt so petty complaining about how hot our short walk was knowing how many people did 5 times our walk in insanely ...
Well if they built a bridge over a water buffalo it would be troubled surely? Anyway at least some of you know the tune.
So today we have plans. Our lovely guest house owner is going to take us to the train station and we are going to continue the train ride to the end of the line at Nam Tok. This will take us over the famous bridge over the river Kwai, and is as far as the 'death' line goes today. This leaves us 20 km short of the hellfire pass ...