River Guest House

46 Soi Rong Heep Soi , Kanchanaburi, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 46 Soi Rong Heep Soi , Kanchanaburi, is near Tiger Temple Thailand, Hellfire Pass Museum, and War Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Kanchanaburi

    Bridge over the River Kwai

    A travel blog entry by i_go_wandering on Jun 16, 2014

    38 photos

    ... together, with the families last words, most of the victims no older than 25 years old. We then stopped at the JEATH war museum (Japanise, English, Australian, Thailand and Holland), which was really poor for the amount of money we paid (40 baht), just some scary statues and a few sun faded photos which you could barely make out, it did have a good view of the Bridge though - but I would not recommend, I've heard there ...

    River Kwai Life

    A travel blog entry by roaming_edwards on Feb 08, 2014

    11 photos

    ... s a beautiful location and waking across it was lovely, especially with the loan violinist playing, but it lacked something emotive. I guess that's saved for the museums. We did go to the Jeath musuem but Millie was bored quickly after her walk along the railway line, and it put all thoughts of heading to hellfire pass out of my head. We thought we'd just head back to the guest house and chill for a while before hunting down the night market. Early evening hit and we went in search of ...

    Driving Miss Charly

    A travel blog entry by charlyhurford on Jan 23, 2014

    7 photos

    ... smooth, albeit windy... And was totally worth it once we had climbed the waterfall and jumped into the, initially freezing cold, and fish filled waters of the various pools up the waterfall. Because of time and a little laziness we only made it to the 4th pool, but we agreed that it was much better that we had more time enjoying the water (and free fish spa from being nibbled). Saturday night was spent at the infamous Khao San Road in Bangkok... A huge traveller hub where Ciara and ...

    Water, water everywhere

    A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on Nov 26, 2013

    543 photos

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    After 1km or so, we reached Hellfire Pass - a 100m long passage cut (and blasted) through the rock, about 8m deep. The labour in creating this cutting from the rock, in searing heat, mosquito-ridden, and with workers liable to injury, illness and death at any time, was remarkable. The majority of the easier labour was in blasting rock, but the manual labour of reaching the site, bringing materials and shifting rocks and rubble (manually) was incredible. ...

    From South to North

    A travel blog entry by katherine_white on Nov 26, 2013

    19 photos

    ... I still enjoyed it, At one point I realised I was in the way of a man's photo so went to move but it turns out he wanted a photo of me on the bridge...o-kaaaaay...bit awkward. I also visited the War Cemetary that day, very pretty and moving.
    I wish I had more time in Kanchanaburi but I had to leave the next day for Bangkok again (ughh) so I could fly to Chiang Mai the next day. But I got as late a bus back to Bangkok as I possibly could so I could ...