Pung Waan Resort and Spa Hotel Kanchanaburi

Address: 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


A travel blog entry by liseandcris26 on Dec 05, 2014

7 comments, 84 photos

... buffet lunch of really healthy food, and we can bring our food to the platform where we eat overlooking...you guessed it.... Elephants!!!! The food is incredibly delicious but we barely notice....there are elephants everywhere!!!!

After lunch, time for a mud bath. A few of the elephants wander into a huge muddy water pit. Some of the elephants seemed to enjoy this, they threw muddy water onto their backs ...

Kanchanaburi and Erawan waterfalls

A travel blog entry by tomandhannah on Dec 04, 2014

20 photos

... hotel as needed an early night for the day ahead. There was a band playing which was lovely though. Very relaxing.
So today, we were up and on the bus by 8 (how unusual for us!) Very excited to be heading to the national park to see the waterfalls. The waterfalls are amazing. So many different tiers and we walked for ages to get the top, was gorgeous and well ...

Bridge on the River Kwai (or Kwae Noi)

A travel blog entry by holtyboy on Nov 09, 2014

10 photos

... the River Kwae at Kanchanaburi. This is a three hour journey of over 130km and costs just 100 Thai Baht (or 2.00) each way. You can chose to carry on toward Nam Tok, where the railway now terminates, another two hours north if you wish. The railway itself ceased to link Thailand and Burma shortly after the war with part of the line being decommissioned fairly rapidly, parts of the line now also sit under a massive reservoir born out of flooding the Kwae ...


A travel blog entry by masonsineurope on Apr 25, 2014

5 photos

... 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 ...

The impact of water: market, salt and the bridge

A travel blog entry by currin on Feb 18, 2014

7 photos

... War Cemetery, the main POW cemetery for victims of the Burma Railway construction. There are 6,982 former POWs buried there of mostly Australian, British and Dutch nationality. What a beautifully maintained cemetery for such a cruel and harsh ending of lives.

Bridge 277, otherwise knows as the bridge over the River Kwai, was actually built over a stretch of river known as Mae Klong who's name was ...