V.L. Guest House

Address: 18/11 Saengchuto Rd., Amphur Muang, Kanchanaburi, 71000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 18/11 Saengchuto Rd., Amphur Muang, Kanchanaburi, is near Tiger Temple Thailand, Hellfire Pass Museum, and War Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Kanchanaburi


A travel blog entry by liseandcris26 on Dec 05, 2014

7 comments, 84 photos

... of the elephants (and handlers) to the jungle...and a stray dog, one of the many adopted by the sanctuary, followed us the entire time. These elephants don't spend the night in the sanctuary, they are walked each night into the forest . It was kinda crazy...the area where they sleep is further down a small paved country road. We walked down the road with them, meanwhile there are cars and motor bikes passing us. No ...

River Kwae

A travel blog entry by andiontheroad on Nov 11, 2014

1 comment, 33 photos

... br> After an hour or so on this infamous section of the track we arrived at the Bridge.
Right next to the station were two steam locomotives and a lorry with rail wheels set up in concrete which of course I took a picture of for my Daddy.

Then walking over to the actual bridge, it looked completely different than in the film (which was shot in Sri Lanka), there were no rocks, and the bridge, which is still used to this day for daily local was made from steel. ...

Bridge on the River Kwai (or Kwae Noi)

A travel blog entry by holtyboy on Nov 09, 2014

10 photos

... which is opposite the war cemetery and also located close to the railway station. The recently released film 'The Railway Man' starring Colin Firth and Nicole Kidman, based on the real life story of Eric Lomax does portray the cruelty endured by the PoWs very graphically and having seen the film on the flight over to Bangkok this visit was rather poignant and timely.

The bridge itself never actually crossed the Kwae river, the railway followed the ...

Next stop...

A travel blog entry by hanbran on Jul 17, 2014

1 comment

... station. We were hoping to pay around 100B but to be honest the traffic was terrible at this time. We were definitely not going to pay the 300B we had quoted to us though. Nor the 200B or 150B. We were also wise to the fact that some of them were going to try and take us to the tourist centre in the other direction to buy a ticket, when we knew that we could by one at the station, so we told them we already had one. ...

The Bridge Over the River Kwai

A travel blog entry by cissygapyear on May 17, 2014

7 comments, 11 photos

... time wandering up and down, horrified by the young age of the majority of the POW's who had died!

The next day we had booked a day trip. It started with a stop at Erawan Waterfalls. It was a 1 hour climb to the top of the 7th step and the freezing water was well appreciated. Next we went to Hell Fire Pass. There was another exhibition here focusing on the Death Railway. We listened to an audio tour as we walked along the track that the POW’s had ...

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