Thammadue Homestay

Thammadue, Kanchanaburi, Thailand | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kanchanaburi

The death railway

A travel blog entry by almightyg73


... bridge knowing so many people had unwillingly given their lives under the force of the Japanese Empire and the brutality they employed.

The bridge is surprisingly intact. There was an earlier bamboo bridge that was built in February 1943 that no longer exists and the current steel bridge that was finished in June 1943. Two sections were replaced and it was rebuilt in 1945 following an allied bombing raid that destroyed those sections along with many lives. The Japanese ...

The procession......monks procession that's it!

A travel blog entry by momentsintime


... going a great job at this. While Sally took pictures of us with my camera, I offered food to the monks without even coming in contact with their skin…… One thing was sure, it was quite an experience, a gratifying one and as fast as they arrived, they were all gone within a matter of minutes.

This was only the beginning…….

Monique :-)


River Kwai Life

A travel blog entry by roaming_edwards


... with beer and cards on the porch while the kids slept inside. All in all, even with the car disaster, my favourite day! SUNDAY 7th FEB I'll admit to not knowing what day it is without some serious checking. The days pass rather leisurely by the river. Our guesthouse is almost empty, so quiet, people are here to relax , do yoga, not to party. In fact Kanchanaburi has that feel. There are some bars, with the occasional signs such as 'get **** faced' or 'drink drunk dance', and the odd ...

Kanchanaburi Day 2

A travel blog entry by mweber


... that died working on the roughest earth moving work on the railway.

After returning to the hotel a few of us headed out on an optional short 400meter hike to the Lawa Cave. The cave features beautiful rock formations and amazing spelunking opportunities.

Our class met up again for dinner at the main building of the resort. After dinner I once again led our class in a reflection, this time focusing on relations between the United States and Thailand after ...

From South to North

A travel blog entry by katherine_white


... other people travelling on their own as on a lot of excursions there's just couples. I paired up with a girl from Connecticut who was like-minded. Our first stop was a bit Orchid and butterfly farm. But nethertheless very interesting learning about how orchids are grown and I took some pretty photo's of orchids and butterflies. We then visited the first two hill tribes who apparently could live together, the Long Neck tribe and the Big Ear ...


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