The Pavilion Rim Kwai

Address: 79/2 Moo 4, Ladya-Erawan Road, Kanchanaburi, 71190, Thailand | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 79/2 Moo 4, Ladya-Erawan Road, Kanchanaburi.
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      Kanchanaburi & the Thai-Burma death railway

      A travel blog entry by geogging-around on Jan 07, 2015

      33 photos

      ... with again more good conversation. We got dropped off by the bridge over the River Kwai, so we got to see it again and walk over the tracks and take some more photos. It was pretty funny that the mum of the Aussie family told us to never take rides from strangers when were in Australia.. ha. Overall we had a really nice day, we had high spirits after the kindness of those Aussies, and we were glad that we got to ride the full length of the death railway.
      Once we got back to ...


      A travel blog entry by liseandcris26 on Dec 05, 2014

      7 comments, 84 photos

      We were picked up at our hotel by the people of "Elephant's World" at 9am... got on the back of a pick up truck that had long benches built into both sides, and off we went. Loll One other tourist was already on; Anna from Germany. She had traveled to Kanchanaburi on her own specifically to see the sanctuary. She told us that she was so freaked out by the lack of tourists in town that she spent the night before in her ...

      The Bridge over the River Kwai

      A travel blog entry by emilieexploring on Nov 25, 2014

      5 photos

      ... a cake, which if you bought them yourself from a shop would cost less than the price difference anyway. Rip off aside, the scenery was beautiful and going along the side of a cliff with just a sheer drop to one side is quite an experience. That evening, there was a festival commemorating the bridge over the river Kwai, so everyone in the hostel, including the owner, went together. There was a light show which you could pay ...

      Stiff old guy

      A travel blog entry by mikeandabike on Nov 22, 2014

      6 comments, 5 photos

      My night in Nakhon Pathom was pretty quiet as far as what I did. After checking out the Chedi I looked around at adjoining market. I've noticed that at some of the bigger temples there's usually a market of some sort close by. I ate some tasty thai pork noodles for dinner. I went back to my room, which is in a newer bldg, I'm on the 7 th floor. There's a restaurant/bar on the bottom level that uses the nearby park across the street to seat its customers and ...

      Bridge on the River Khwae

      A travel blog entry by agbucks on Sep 26, 2014

      8 photos

      ... material or signage. In fact the Japanese get away with their crimes very lightly. You have to read newspaper clippings very carefully and look at the artwork drawn by some of the inmates of the POW camps to understand what really was going on at that time. If you are ignorant of history, cannot read English or Dutch newspapers, you would be none the wiser after your visit to this museum. Photos of released inmates in 1945 all look very jolly ...