No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TravelPod Member ReviewsBamboo House Kanchanaburi
Remote bamboo hut flatting on the river. It has its own little bar and disco and the staff are really friendly. The rooms are basic and may be an eye opener to many but nether-the-less it was great experience.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Bamboo House Kanchanaburi
Travel Blogs from Kanchanaburi
Wow, wat een dag weer... Op het moment dat ik dit blog type is het hier 18:00 uur. Ik heb net gezwommen in een van de zwembaden van mijn 'nieuwe' onderkomen en heb daarna een rondje van ca 30 minuten door de prachtige tuinen van het resort gedaan. Ik zit nu op mijn balkon van ca. 4 x 3, in de schaduw - het is ca 30 graden - met op de achtergrond …
... Tom said Eddie would be very jealous of us. The next day we caught a local bus to Erawan falls which was about an hour and a half away. The falls have 7 different tiers taking around 2/3 hours to reach the top. The water is such a beautiful colour and although there were quite a lot of tourists most areas felt tranquil. As it was a hot day we were keen to jump in and enjoy ...
... to Chiang Mai. It would be close. A train in the morning to Bangkok then an overnight train with an hours window to spare to Chiang Mai, should be doable though.
We made it up in time the next day for our train only to find out it was delayed by an hour, the window we had just got a wee bit smaller but once on the train you could tell the driver was trying to make up for lost time, or more likely that his missus had his tea waiting for him as we clicked along at ...
... big golden dome Buddhist Temple surrounded by Buddha with different Mudras (or hand symbols).
Non Pladuk Railway Station was next on the agenda and inside the current Signals building. There is a big rock memorial to the railway workers that is new and was not there last year. It signifies the start of the Thai-Burma Railway also known as the:
· Siam –Burma Railway,
... and it sounded horrible. The tigers are all chained up and beat with sticks. Drugged up and treated so cruelly. They trade tigers in on the black market and say that these monks and tigers live together in peace so tourists will visit and give money. Sounds so appalling and sad. Anyway we had a long ride back to town and stopped off in the bustling street food center and had some great cheap food. The street food is the best ...