S.P. Mansion

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

Bridge over the River Kwai

A travel blog entry by leeadventure on Jun 09, 2015

14 photos

... went to the end at Nam Tok. The train ride takes you through bush alongside mountains and across the amazing Wang Pho Viaduct, a wooden lattice structure built by POW’s on the side of a steep cliff over the banks of the River Kwai, this section of the Death Railway offers some of the most spectacular views of the river Kwai. The scenery for the whole 2 hours was remarkable. It was a great ...

Erawan Waterfalls

A travel blog entry by deniseminardi on Apr 20, 2015

4 photos

... was a natural waterslide. We headed back down to the second waterfall where we ate our lunch and then hopped into our van to head to the River Kwai to kayak. We spent just over an hour kayaking to the bridge and the pick up point. Then back to the resort for a swim and a rest. In the evening, we headed to a night market to find our dinner and check out the goods that were for ...

Fortified beer

A travel blog entry by eddlauren on Mar 08, 2015

7 photos

... got a cookery book at the end of the day. I agreed that this particular course looked amazing so we booked that for the Monday. We also found a day with elephants that we both fancied, so booked that for the Wednesday and enquired about a few other activities that did not have much information or website booking facilities.

I then Skyped with my mom for about an hour and caught up on what we'd been doing and what she’d been up to and decided at ...

Kanchanaburi / Death Railway

A travel blog entry by chrispetitclerc on Feb 27, 2015

37 photos

... 180,000—possibly many more—Asian civilian labourers (romusha) and 60,000 Allied prisoners of war (POWs) worked on the railway. Of these, estimates of romusha deaths are little more than guesses, but probably about 90,000 died. 12,621 Allied POWs died during the construction. The dead POWs included 6,904 British personnel, 2,802 Australians, 2,782 Dutch, and 133 Americans.[2] After the end of World War II, 111 Japanese and Koreans were tried for war crimes because of ...

Bridge Over the River Kwai

A travel blog entry by redtilly on Feb 10, 2015

1 comment, 57 photos

At the moment we're just parked beside the Bridge over the River Kwai and a herd of Brahman cows have just walked past!!

We arrived in Kanchanaburi on Sunday and stayed in a car park near a large shopping centre for the first night. We are tarvelling with Jenny and Des Kelly at the moment and had a lovely meal at Barbecue Plaza where you cook your meal on an electric ring in the middle of the table. Wafer thin slices ...