Pung-Waan Resort

Address: 123/3 Moo 3 Tumbol Thasao, Amphur Saiyoke, Kanchanaburi, 71150, Thailand | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on 123/3 Moo 3 Tumbol Thasao, Amphur Saiyoke, Kanchanaburi.
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      Travel Blogs from Kanchanaburi

      Second day River Kwai

      A travel blog entry by sjoslyn on Jan 02, 2015

      44 photos

      ... items of how they worked and how the rail was built. Dynamite divots, even.

      Back up the many stairs and to the front of the museum to meet our truck which took us back to the pier. We wait for our boat - the one that has all of our luggage, then it was blasting down the ...

      Ayutthaya & the amazing Kanchanaburi

      A travel blog entry by neilm_83 on Nov 18, 2014

      2 comments, 10 photos

      ... sit down meal and had the most amazing stuffed squid (with pork and garlic) ever! Yum. After a fab 2 days we were on the road again the next morning, this time by bus heading south west for Kanchanaburi. 4 hours later and we had arrived in a much bigger, busier city. Starving we headed with our packs to the nearest restaurant. An amazing but damn spicy Salmon Penang curry destroyed and we Jumped a tuk tuk to Aajam Riverfront Rooms, our home for the next ...

      Bangkok-Day 87

      A travel blog entry by eiry on Oct 10, 2014

      43 photos

      ... we grabbed a quick lunch in the restaurant overlooking the bridge. Before heading back to Bangkok we stopped off at the Kanchanaburi cemetery to see the masses of graves of the men who died whilst making the railway. It was very pretty there and very well maintained considering there were over 6,000 gravestones there. We got back on the bus and made our way back to Bangkok...and yes, we all slept the whole way again! After having a shower and sorting ourselves out, ...

      From Daniel Glass...student participant

      A travel blog entry by marksmb on May 15, 2014

      I was asked to do the first student blog entry, and quite honestly I am loving every aspect of the trip. Despite the sweltering heat and humidity, Bangkok is full of city culture and Buddhist wonders. Everything is extremely interesting because it IS a class, but in some of the most scenic and and exotic places I could ...

      Atrocities while building a railway

      A travel blog entry by currin on Feb 19, 2014

      11 photos

      ... a rail line that was closed a few years later. Much of the track would not have supported commercial traffic. You can only hope that the workers found their revenge by inflicting substandard workmanship when possible.

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      The prisoners and workers named this area Hellfire Pass, the area where the largest rock cutting by minimal tools and hands was accomplished in ...

      Traveler Photos Pung-Waan Resort Kanchanaburi

      Chilling like a villain
      Kanchanaburi, Thailand