Sam'S Jungle Resort Guest House
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Sam'S Jungle Resort Guest House Kanchanaburi
Travel Blogs from Kanchanaburi
... the 6th June we had a really busy day. We walked to the war cemetery and the death railway museum- this was a really touching place and really made you put into prospective everything those poor soldiers went through- the bravery, strength and courage they must of had was admirable. Next we went to the bridge over the river Kwai- once again a real eye opener! I haven't watched the film but Si has told me about it so it helped me understand what happened a ...
0730 Leave Hotel
Road to Kanchanaburi is heavy urban then light urban. I expected more rural. Some sugar and corn but all among houses and business. Tapioca is also grown for ethanol. All petrol must have ethanol. KA now big provincial city, catering mostly for tourism. People come to see River Kwaie and river activities.
Arrive 0915 Kanchanaburi
0930 Donrak War Cemetery ...
... where they showcase a variety of traditional Thai skills such as Thai boxing, Thai dancing,
performing elephants etc. It was quite entertaining and one of the tunes they danced to was "It's a Small World"!! There were of course loads more shops here selling all the same stuff as usual. I managed to resist temptation ...
... left behind in their National Park - good for them.
The first 3 falls were already busy with tourists that were as uninterested as I was to hike up the side of a mountain in stupid-degree weather. We got to the 4th waterfall and decided to set up there for a swim. We just bug sprayed, as the forest canopy completely covered the pool and Edd jumped straight in. He has a 'do now, think later' approach to most things in life, so I was not surprised. ...
... from the police hut. While our passports are stamped, we all have a drink regardless, because there is still a feeling that we ought to mark our border crossing.
I am resigned to the reality of our organising taxis for the remainder of our journey when the revelation is proclaimed that the truck has been cleared. Now what seemed routine has become a wonderful bonus! So on we clamber, now in full darkness, and down the slopes on a vastly improved ...