M.K. Hotel

Address: 277-41 Saengchuto Rd., Amphur Muang, Kanchanaburi, 71000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 277-41 Saengchuto Rd., Amphur Muang, Kanchanaburi, is near Tiger Temple Thailand, Hellfire Pass Museum, and War Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Kanchanaburi

Hellfire Pass

A travel blog entry by tom_hannah on Mar 15, 2015

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... was kind of helpful if not a bit odd and gave us some information about getting to the memorial.

The Museum is funded by the Aussie government so was really informative and well put together. As well as the museum building, the centre also encompasses a section of original rail-line built by the POWs that includes Hellfire Pass. We got ourselves an audio guide (they were ...

Take only memories, leave only footprints

A travel blog entry by eddlauren on Mar 06, 2015

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... the path that said: 'Take only memories, leave only footprints' as well as pictures of how you should conduct yourself on the hike, i.e: respect the culture and wear clothes (no budgie smuggling or bikini hiking allowed). We had to pay a deposit for our 2 bottles of water - 20 Baht each, at the second waterfall, sign a book and get our bottles numbered. If we had any food we had to leave it behind and collect it later. The Thai were hell bent on no ...

Hellfire Pass

A travel blog entry by jennykelly on Feb 11, 2015

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... railway as a POW. It is a huge cutting through a mountain which must have been sheer hard work with just man power and limited heavy machinery and dynamite. Of the 415 kilometres of railroad constructed, only 130 kilometres remains in use today. (Ending in Namtok)

The history of this Pass has been well documented as it was such an amazing feat and such a struggle for mankind.

There was a British film crew there when we walked the 4 ...

A Trip to Kanchanaburi

A travel blog entry by ann-jamie on Dec 21, 2014

... the story of Japanese invasion of Singapore, malaysia and then taking over Thailand to build a railway to Burma, something which at first seems a strategic idea. Then after looking at the terrain and later that day travelling on the Death railway, you just cant fathom why they continued with it. Sheer rock faces above the river. Hard rock and jungle that grows back with avengence when cut down. It is shocking to see ...

Day 103. Erawan/nellies/rafting/Death Railway/Kwai

A travel blog entry by davidmilnes81 on Dec 09, 2014

1 comment, 20 photos

... Argentinian, German, Panamanian. Our driver and tour guide were both Thai. After mulling it over all day I still couldn't work out if the tour guide, who on first impression was a girl was actually a girl.

We drove up to Erawan National Park to see the 7 tier waterfalls. Having seen so many already on this trip we didn't know what to expect. It was a 2km walk through the forest up to the 7th set of falls. We had been told by the guide that the fish don't bite. Liar. ...

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