Krungsri River Hotel Kanchanaburi

Moo 11 Rojchana Road, Kanchanaburi, 13000, Thailand | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kanchanaburi

Bridge Over The River Kwai

A travel blog entry by wendalex


... It felt humbling to be standing there, sipping iced water in the 40C heat. I can only imagine what the original builders must have felt like.

From the bridge, we climbed back aboard the coach and headed to the nearby Commonwealth cemetery. Here are interred the remains of nearly 7,000 British, Australian and Dutch servicemen along with a few Indian workers who were originally buried elsewhere by the Japs. Like all war cemeteries, the atmosphere ...

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 ...

Eenie, Meenie, Miney, Mo ...

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn


... we learned a bit about how they are well treated and looked after here. Along with the first and second generation Thais who are local to this area, there are a number of international volunteers working with the tigers here. We also learned that the entrance fee into the Temple goes first and foremost to the welfare of the tigers and other animals here (there are numerous wild boars, deer, buffalo, birds, and more) and then ...

A Bridge on The River Kware

A travel blog entry by paul_emma


... know if we were related. Over the road is The Death Railway Museum and entrance is 120 baht. It was well collected with a lot of information and very good English translations, worthwhile. It skips briefly over Thai complicity. There's an interesting section about Japanese respect of their captives dead. Prisoners were allowed funerals ceremonies, where the Japanese would attend and pay their respects and even money. The POW'S would exploit this by burying ...

Day 2 - Kanchanaburi

A travel blog entry by juliensimon

... falls which is a seven tier waterfall. It takes about 45 minutes to come up and according to the sign "is not too slope". We swam in a couple of the waterfalls including one full of dead skin eating fish. It was nice but very ticklish and when a fish bigger than your foot wants to take a quick snack on it, it gets a bit scary. ...


This hotel, located on Moo 11 Rojchana Road, Kanchanaburi, is near Tiger Temple Thailand, Hellfire Pass Museum, and War Museum.
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