R.S. Hotel

Address: 264 Moo 5 Saeng Chuto Rd., Amphur Muang, Kanchanaburi, 71000, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 264 Moo 5 Saeng Chuto Rd., Amphur Muang, Kanchanaburi.
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      Travel Blogs from Kanchanaburi

      A stormy night

      A travel blog entry by eddlauren on Mar 10, 2015

      25 photos

      ... there was a spirit house between the trees with a ginger cat sleeping underneath it.

      We continued to walk to a rock face, where a cave with a small entrance was located at the bottom. Tom then led us up to an area where you could walk up the rock face and even though it was quite steep, you could do it without it getting too complicated. 40 meters up, we came to a larger cave and Tom explained that this was where the Japanese stored their ...

      Take only memories, leave only footprints

      A travel blog entry by eddlauren on Mar 06, 2015

      49 photos

      ... girl and left for the train station. We got there in under 10 minutes and had a 40 minute wait for the train that arrived at 4.05pm. We walked along the railway track to the wooden bridge that was built by POW's in WWII. We ventured into a cave that they used as a hospital for the POW's and tried to wrap our heads around what it would have been like to be captured, taken to a country where you didn't speak the language and used as a slave to build a ...

      Kanchanaburi, Thailand.

      A travel blog entry by globetrotter92 on Jan 14, 2015

      8 photos

      ... a photo museum and it had replica bamboo huts which the PoWs were forced to live in whilst building the railway, they had 2.5foot width of bamboo bed to lie on each and there were about 100 of them in each hut. Most of them with skin disease from maggots in the bamboo, poor working conditions and malnutrition. Cholera and malaria was spreading everywhere and ulcers from spiky bamboo that would literally eat their limbs ...

      Hellfire Pass to Hintok

      A travel blog entry by masonsineurope on Apr 24, 2014

      4 photos

      Yesterday was a massive day on tour with the group from Battletours. We started out from the hotel and drove out to Hellfire Pass.The entrance we go through is Kanyu 3 POW camp – one of 3 surface camps that feed Hellfire with POW slave labourers. In the area are Hintok River and Mountain camps as well.We ventured over to the museum and I checked out the earphones for all the clients. They walked about the museum and listened to all the commentary about ...

      Next stop on our adventure!

      A travel blog entry by rachelrat on Jan 11, 2014

      5 photos

      ... and told us to walk down the road which we did...then realising that we had maybe gone a little to far....

      After walking for quite a while, a little bit of moaning from me and a bag swap so i could carry a lighter bag, we found a very kind lady who offered to take us on her moterbike taxi (motor bike with a side cart attached enough for two to sit) to the bamboo lodge where we had decided to stay. We hopped on, squidged our bags in and set off.....all of about 10 ...