River Inn

Address: 284/15-16 Saengchuto Rd., Amphur Muang, Kanchanaburi, 71000, Thailand | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 284/15-16 Saengchuto Rd., Amphur Muang, Kanchanaburi, is near Tiger Temple Thailand, Hellfire Pass Museum, and War Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Kanchanaburi

    Kanchanaburi - We Shall Remember

    A travel blog entry by rebecca.white on Jun 21, 2015

    ... Pass. It didn't help that it rained torrentially the whole way there - it turns out rain is VERY painful on your face when you're on a bike with a helmet but no face guard! We did arrive finally in one piece, looking like drowned rats as we squelched up the the entrance...promptly being ordered to take off our shoes and carry them in a plastic bag around the museum, how embarrassing! The museum again was brilliantly laid out, paying ...

    Bonding with Ellie's in Kanchanaburi

    A travel blog entry by b_k2801 on Mar 30, 2015

    111 photos

    ... a taxi and went back to Pong Peng, where they knew us and gave us our same room. We were quite knackered, so just ate at the resort. They had a very extensive menu, lots of English food to. Had some gammon. Then off to bed. 2/4..so our plan today was to check out and go see the river Kwai and Erawan falls and then head to Cambodia. This was all fine until we found out it was an hour drive to Erawan falls. We could get a taxi for 1300 Baht or take a scooter ...

    Chapter 30 - The Bridge

    A travel blog entry by ace241191 on Feb 20, 2015

    1 comment, 69 photos

    ... lunch, the next stop on our minibus (which loved driving us at high speeds round tight curves next to vertical cliffs) was Hell fire Pass itself. Although most of the railway had been destroyed after the war (for multiple reasons including dams and rebels in Burma). Because of the significance of the pass, this section was preserved. As I have already mentioned the Death Railway was built by Commonwealth prisoners of war (mostly captured in Singapore). The Hell Fire ...

    Dag 12 - van Hellfire Pass naar Kanchanaburi

    A travel blog entry by car2mandalay15 on Feb 12, 2015

    9 photos

    ... put up by John Rich, who got a spot-on, zero penalties on the first regularity and dropped three seconds on the second; Paul and Sandra Merryweather dropped one second on the first and two on the second; Patrick Sommer dropped 10 on the first but by the second regularity was in full swing and dropped just a single second, Matthew Todd in a Volvo dropped a whole minute with the problem of finding the ...

    Hellfire Pass

    A travel blog entry by jennykelly on Feb 11, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... stayed for the past 3 days.


    We traveled with the young Royal Thai Air Force Band members, who were all impeccably dressed lads, happy to engage with us in their good but limited English, and were well mannered and a credit to their corp.


    The old train clattered along the steel tracks with a hypnotic effect and with the warm, summery weather and all the windows open, soon all the young Air Force Band members were nodding and bobbing in a ...