S.P. Mansion

Address: 238 Saeng Choo To Rd., Kanchanaburi, 71000, Thailand | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 238 Saeng Choo To Rd., Kanchanaburi, is near Tiger Temple Thailand, Hellfire Pass Museum, and War Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Kanchanaburi

Erawan National Park, Thailand.

A travel blog entry by globetrotter92 on Jan 15, 2015

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... Oh no these buggas weren't shy! They were those fish that you get in fish spas, nibble your feet. Yeah and if one of the big sized ones or even the medium sized ones came near me I'd be karate kicking them! They wouldn't nibble your feet or suck the dead skin off they'd be taking a chunk of your big toe; you could see it in their eyes! Belly flopped in like a frog, the water was ice cold but incredibly refreshing; swam with my feet out of the water over to Scott, ...

The lovely Kanchanaburi

A travel blog entry by emilyroberts93 on Jan 09, 2015

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... into mountains and forests. The waterfalls were unreal, the water was so clear and the limestone made the water look incredibly blue. They were full of fish which nibbled your feet. In total there were seven levels of waterfalls all where you could take a dip or go for a refreshing swim. We found a lovely spot near the top which we had for ourselves at first. It was lovely and started to rain. Later we had some lunch and headed back to the ...

Jungle stay

A travel blog entry by clare.price.98 on Nov 23, 2014

... look. Went for a walk over the bridge, realised that there were several screws loose so swiftly (pretty much ran) back to terra firma ! Then back on the bus and dropped off in the middle of nowhere. Climbed onto rickety boat and set off down the river. The journey took about 40 minutes, and the further we went the denser the jungle got. We saw elephants, cows, and some dogs. We then pulled up at our jungle huts - ...

Bridge on the River Kwai (or Kwae Noi)

A travel blog entry by holtyboy on Nov 09, 2014

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... for the film either! The bridge is also open for tourists to walk across - even with trains running - so without any Personal Track Safety certificate, no Look Out protection, Site Briefing or Working at Heights information you can walk from one end of the bridge to the other - which of course we did.

To be honest we did not really have enough time in the area. We could have visited a number of other museums, we could have travelled north to Hellfire ...

From the air into water......

A travel blog entry by stefan79 on Nov 07, 2014

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... you can open the window - when it is not raining. Which it did, of course. After a little fight I managed to close the window - unfortunately we were unable to open it again after the rain stopped and it became a little bit hot. A nice Thai tried to open it - without success. Then the train employee tried - and managed it after 5 minutes. I was waiting for the earth to open for me, as I felt like an idiot - again. The journey itself is very nice, ...