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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    Travel Blogs from Kanchanaburi

    Hot, humid and hilly!

    A travel blog entry by hortonsontour on Mar 16, 2015

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    ... to ourselves apart from the fish that kept biting our feet! We ate some bananas and decided to try and find somewhere to stop to eat.  It was becoming a hard slog by now as we moved away from the River Kwai and started to circle a large lake.  I guess it was created by a dam but it was beautiful all the same and lots of houses on stilts out into the flood plain.   The scenery was great but it was pretty up and down ...

    Fortified beer

    A travel blog entry by eddlauren on Mar 08, 2015

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    ... to its new driver. He still wishes he had kept it to take with us to Australia. I on the other hand am ecstatic that it’s gone. He is already researching the next truck he is going to buy there and looked into modifying it for our (apparently frequent) 4x4ing and camping trips to the outback. We said goodbye to his parents in case we had no signal at the Lake House for the next week. We hoped this would not be the case, but we weren't sure what was coming ...

    Kanchanaburi / Death Railway

    A travel blog entry by chrispetitclerc on Feb 27, 2015

    37 photos

    ... speculation in my opinion and no one knows for sure. However, I do agree that those bombs saved years of fighting and saved many lives after.  - People might praise Harry Truman (The USA president at that time) for ultimately signing the OK to drop the atom bomb on Japan and ending WWII but it was really Albert Einstein who invented the technology and was part of the Manhattan Project. He and his colleagues knew what they had created and believed it would to be used for peace. ...

    Kanchanaburi & the Thai-Burma death railway

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

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    ... her and her group on a drive to a nearby waterfall. We were a bit confused, so we asked how much and they said no, free. I had the ‘nothing is free in Asia’ mindset, so was about to decline when an Aussie family got out of the minibus and said that they had rented it with a driver for a few days, and that we could join them, so we did! It was only a 10 minute drive there, and we went for some lunch before seeing the waterfall. We all had some nice conversation and ...


    A travel blog entry by siobhandenniff on Nov 25, 2014

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    ... It was very unnerving. It took about 10 minutes for me to commit to going fully in! In contrast to the waterfalls, the rest of the day was death railway focused. We visited Hellfire Pass and took a ride on a train on the existing part of the railway. Finally visiting the bridge over the river Kwai, which was absolutely rammed with tourists. We went back to have dinner at Friend of ...