Dheva Mantra Resort & Spa

9/99 Moo 3 , Kanchanaburi, 71000, Thailand | 5 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kanchanaburi

Somewhere in Thailand ...

A travel blog entry by gter1

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... folklore books.This charming city in the mountains of Northern Thailand is predominantly a thick jungle forrest and the home of the Hmong hill people. This area reminded me of living in the hilly jungles of New Guinea where I spend my adolescent years. The only difference is that we didn't have the elephants.
Speaking of such, we are heading in the back of a small pick up truck to Elephant Camp for a 1 ...

Thailand - Kanchanaburi - River Kwai - Dec 13-14

A travel blog entry by gandntrips

... side?). Pineapple fields, sugar cane, papaya, mango and bananas, dragon fruit (my favorite), rubber tree plantations.... The hotel had a nice deck and pool overlooking the Kwai. Seems one attraction here is renting floating houses, pulled by speed boats up and down the river. Some are basic, some large with bars, karaoke, dance floors, etc. Don't recall ever seeing a WWII re-enactment before. Guess because nothing happened on our turf except Pearl Harbor. ...

Water, water everywhere

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin

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... We took the 4pm bus back to K., exhausted but very happy with an excellent day trip.

Next day, we visited Hellfire Pass: a segment of the Thai-Burma railway, which is a Australian-government founded (and funded) museum and trek of the historic railway line, in the middle of a Thai army property. The museum and visitor centre itself is not near any villages or towns, but is a convenient bus journey along the main 323 highway that joins Kanchanaburi to ...

Bridge over the river where?

A travel blog entry by garrykctravels

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... Kanchanaburi's role in WWII. For those of you who don't know the history (and we very much didn't) the lesson begins here:

During the Second World War the Japanese occupied Thailand between 1942-43. Their objective during this time was to build a railway to link 415km between Thailand and Burma (now Myanmar) in order to secure an alternative supply route for the Japanese conquest of other west Asian countries. What better to build something quickly than to utilise ...

That famous bridge...

A travel blog entry by sjfwiegand

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... hard to see, what with the flurry of iPads, cameras, phones etc being waved manically aloft in the hope that something might be captured. I'm sure the chaos caused by the tourists must annoy the people trying to do their shopping no end.

Next stop was ThaKa market, and another edge-of-your-seat long boat ride. This floating market is the biggest in south-east Asia and the traffic-jam of boats confirmed that. ...

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