Bamboo House

Address: 5 Vietnam Road, Kanchanaburi, 71000, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 5 Vietnam Road, Kanchanaburi, is near Tiger Temple Thailand, Hellfire Pass Museum, and War Museum.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsBamboo House Kanchanaburi

    Reviewed by nicci58

    Indrukwekkend

    Reviewed Jul 24, 2014
    by (4 reviews) , Netherlands Flag of Netherlands

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by stacey.elder

    A great place to stay

    Reviewed Feb 11, 2012
    by (1 review) London , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    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.

    The bamboo huts floating on the river
    Kanchanaburi, Thailand

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Bamboo House Kanchanaburi

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Kanchanaburi

    Kanchanaburi - We Shall Remember

    A travel blog entry by rebecca.white on Jun 21, 2015

    Back from our experience in Cambodia we were pretty happy to be back on normal territory in Bangkok! Our next stop was Kanchanaburi, a town known well for the film 'The Bridge Over the River Kwai' telling the heartbreaking story of WW2 allied prisoners of war in this area, controlled by the Japanese. In summary, the Japanese wanted to build a railway to connect Thailand and Burma to provide essential supplies to the Japanese war effort. ...

    Bonding with Ellie's in Kanchanaburi

    A travel blog entry by b_k2801 on Mar 30, 2015

    111 photos

    ... feeding the Ellie's for the last time and then our day time guests left. We checked in to our bungalow which had the most spectacular view...it was one of our top stays. The bathroom was outside which was also pretty sweet. Supper was served at 6:30 so we went up to join them. A few volunteers chatted to us but they had 3 people leaving the next day so were quite caught up. We decided to head to bed and play some cards. 1/4..today took it out of us...it must be ...

    Kanchanaburi / Death Railway

    A travel blog entry by chrispetitclerc on Feb 27, 2015

    37 photos

    ... Then 2/3 of the 415km track was dismantled and all pieces were dumped into a huge reservoir dam in Thailand. The British never wanted this railway to be used ever again. It is believed that it is un-economical and that it would be used by Karen separatists in Miramar. A Japanese company proposed to rebuild the railway in 2005 but the Australians and British are opposed because of the bad history and believe it would just be for Japanese profit. It however connects a ...

    Chapter 30 - The Bridge

    A travel blog entry by ace241191 on Feb 20, 2015

    1 comment, 69 photos

    ... and had an early night. At 8:00, a minibus arrived to pick me up along with other tourists at other hotels. Our tour guide's name was Kinky which produced a smirks from the younger members of the tour (including myself). Her voice was also incredibly deep for a lady. After 2 hours of whispered debate with an Australian couple my age about whether our guide was a lady boy or not, we arrived at the park.

    Named after the 3 headed white elephant Hindu god, the ...

    Dag 12 - van Hellfire Pass naar Kanchanaburi

    A travel blog entry by car2mandalay15 on Feb 12, 2015

    9 photos

    ... life experienced by prisoners of war when the Japanese built a railway linking Malaysia, Thailand and Burma with a single-track railway, built to help them supply their forces in Burma.



    Hellfire Pass was the deepest cutting through sheer rock, and was the result of just 12 weeks of toil, working day and night – it gained its name from the light of fires lit at night to aid the work. It ...

    Traveler Photos Bamboo House Kanchanaburi

    The bamboo huts floating on the river
    Kanchanaburi, Thailand