Saiyok Hill Family Resort

Address: 2 Moo 4, ambol. Lumsum,Amphur Saiyoke, Kanchanaburi, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2 Moo 4, ambol. Lumsum,Amphur Saiyoke, Kanchanaburi, is near Tiger Temple Thailand, Hellfire Pass Museum, and War Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Kanchanaburi

Volunteering at a Safari Park

A travel blog entry by ekenny89 on May 20, 2015

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... why they are in the rescue area. It's so cool to let the monkeys back in and watch them forage for food. Most of time you're not cleaning you spend with the animals so I was talking to the monkeys.. If that's possible lol! There are two really naughty ones, chutney and jam. Chutney is beautiful and gives you really adorable eyes, he swings around the cage with his long arms and when he comes to the fence you just want to touch him. Sometimes he puts his back against the railing ...

Floating Market and Waterfalls!

A travel blog entry by lindsey-canada on Mar 25, 2015

170 photos

... and say ok be back at 4! Ummm… ok?? So off we went we changed into our bathing suits and started walking we wanted to see how far we could make it but we really could only make it to number 5 and even doing that was hard the path is beautiful and nice on the first few then it basically stops and it’s a path just by people walking or climbing! When we finally reached five and I didn’t kill Sinisa for making me climb hike and ...

The delight of chirping birds

A travel blog entry by eddlauren on Mar 05, 2015

15 photos

... The pungent smell of fish filled my nose and I heaved, trying as hard as I could not to bring the food I had eaten, back into the world the same way it had exited. Edd thinks I’m a fussy eater and we were both secretly hoping this holiday would sort me out. It wasn’t going to be tonight that’s for sure. I immediately lost my appetite and stopped eating. Playing a game of charades with a vendor behind us, I managed to buy ...

Hellfire Pass

A travel blog entry by redtilly on Feb 11, 2015

51 photos

... of 12 weeks by prisoners of war and local Asian labour largely by hand. The workers were severely underfed and ravaged by disease but still they were forced to work 12 - 18 hours a day. Huge numbers died and it is hard to believe they were still able to achieve what they did in the conditions they had to work in. It is really impressive to stand in the Cutting, look up and imagine how they did it. Excellent ...

Day 103. Erawan/nellies/rafting/Death Railway/Kwai

A travel blog entry by davidmilnes81 on Dec 09, 2014

1 comment, 20 photos

... fish do is sit waiting for a nibble. It makes you jump and puts you off standing in the water. Some of the fish were over a foot long and fat things. The nibbling wasn't pleasant so we chickened out of a swim and started to make our way back to the lower levels and hopefully pools with no fish. The way up was tough underfoot, but manageable in sandals and flip flops. On the way down we should probably have put trainers on but we knew we would be in and out of the water so struggled on. ...