Thammadue Homestay

Thammadue, Kanchanaburi, Thailand | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Kanchanaburi

The death railway

A travel blog entry by almightyg73


... Sharon, brother and sister from Australia and Paul's girl, a local named Fon. We asked a few people where there was to stay and then somehow ended up wandering off for an hour only to end up at the wrong end of town in the middle of nowhere. This is where Fon's translator skills ruled and soon we were scooting off in a taxi to the other end of town where there were a few guesthouses and hostels kicking about.

A quick beer together later and we had all dumped our gear at ...

Erawan Falls and Feet Eating Fish Friends

A travel blog entry by paul_emma


... girls climb the two sets of falls which made up the level. When they disappeared out of sight above the 30 foot mark barefooted we decided they were clearly idiots and grabbed our things to leave. The descent would of been as idyllic as the climb but for the seemingly hundreds of people who had only just arrived and were just starting what we had done at 09:30 that morning, and they were suffering for it. The midday heat was hard to bear even in the shade and many were wearing flip ...

The Bridge over the River Kwai

A travel blog entry by sarahdoug96


Day 156

Up at 6am today as we were off on a tour of Kanchanaburi – this is where the Death Railway was built through Thailand, to Burma (Myanmar). Its also the location of the famous Bridge over the River Kwai. We eventually got picked up at 7:30 and dropped off again at the Khaosan Road where we were introduced to the lovely art of the Coloured Stickers. We were adorned with a large yellow triangle, a pink triangle and a green square. When we boarded ...

River Kwai Life

A travel blog entry by roaming_edwards


... tickets for the waterfalls included this and wondered why it wasn't as busy. Maybe because of the mid day heat? We were pointed in the right direction and told 600 metres. I can assure you it was NOT 600 metres. Uphill, all steps at a very steep incline saw us edging slowly towards the cave. Spen had Ru in the sling, what a star! Millie didn't moan once. I did. A lot. Millie said she wouldn't abandon me and she wasn't giving up, she was desperate to play her game. I found a ...

Erawan Waterfall

A travel blog entry by beckie268


HAPPY BIRTHDAY KEIREN We got a tuk tuk to the bus station, which ran our of gasoline on the way. He couldn't be more sorry and luckily we were only dumped 100 metres away from the station so it wasn't too bad. We waited an hour for the bus to Erawan which cost us £1 each and took 1.5 hours. It was a really good journey with lots to look at on the way. 200 baht each got us into the national park. We followed the signs and before we knew it, we were at tier ...


This hotel, located on Thammadue, Kanchanaburi, is near Tiger Temple Thailand, Hellfire Pass Museum, and War Museum.
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