Pung Waan Resort and Spa Hotel Kanchanaburi

Moo 2 Tumbol Thamakham, Amphur Mung 72/1, Kanchanaburi, 71000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Moo 2 Tumbol Thamakham, Amphur Mung 72/1, Kanchanaburi.
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Travel Blogs from Kanchanaburi

Luxury and tourism

A travel blog entry by ingen24 on Jul 19, 2014

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... of Thai. The bridge was restored. It's impressive railway, nicknamed "Death Railway", out of effective use. Bars read 1911. Made by a Belgium company. Next we visit the war cemetery. The largest of the two here in Thailand. Impressive. There are 1.7 mio graves maintained by the Commonwealth War Cemetery Service. What amazes me is that although they appear the same, there are differences in graves. English allowed family to devote a wish or line for their lost one and printed ...

ANZAC Day

A travel blog entry by masonsineurope on Apr 25, 2014

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... a loathsome duo from the Death
Railway.The Black Prince had failed to fall on his Samurai Sword and revealed himself to
be the coward that most swaggering bullies are. He was hanged, as was the Mad
Mongrel. Inexplicably, Dr Death received only ten years.’ (Urquhart, 2011: 298).

Back at the Felix hotel I got a change of shirt and had brekkie. Didn’t have long to hang about and we ...

Kwai we went to Kanchanaburi

A travel blog entry by shellyandmarts on Apr 07, 2014

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... routes when we are out. The scenic route back from the waterfalls kept Shelly firmly in the middle of the footpath because we heard a powerful rustling from the bushes to look round and see a cobra enjoying (or wrestling with) its lunch.

During our trip we also saw the filming for a Bollywood music video. Funny to see that the natural falls weren't good enough so they created their own mist with smoke machines.

We next aim for Chiang Mai for the songkran ...

Hellfire & Thunder

A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Apr 03, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... Each could meter out punishment to those below as they saw fit including death. We walked the trail as far as The Three Tier Bridge, stopping at Compressor Cutting and Kwae Noi Lookout. From the lookout you can see across the valley to Burma just 25km away. The site of the Australian Konyu River Camp can be seen and the horsehoe route the track snakes around the mountains. It used to be possible for POW'S to stand and gauge the progress of thousands ...

Like a bridge over a troubled water buffalo

A travel blog entry by hazelandmartin on Mar 02, 2014

1 comment, 28 photos

... river at least part of the way, and looking at this tamed countryside with its rice fields and houses it is hard to imagine how hard it was for the men who built this line. We go through cuttings which give just inches of clearance each side and over some very very rickety bridges. We also pass some caves which were used as camps for the workers. Eventually with a rattle and a clatter we arrive at our destination almost 3 hours late. We decide that ...