Saiyok Hill Family Resort

Address: 2 Moo 4, ambol. Lumsum,Amphur Saiyoke, Kanchanaburi, Thailand | Hotel
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Location

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

Thailand Very Hot! Rational Youth 1985

A travel blog entry by deniseminardi on Apr 19, 2015

2 comments, 6 photos

Matthew and I met the South African family who make up the rest of our group-Chris, Bianca, Maaike (13) and Marc (11). We took a city bus to Wat Pho, a 400+ year old temple that is best know for its massive reclining Buddha. We then took a Khlong (Longtail) boat trip through the canals of the Chao Phraya River. We saw the many houses on stilts built along the canals and made a stop to feed bread to catfish at a temple. We ...

Fortified beer

A travel blog entry by eddlauren on Mar 08, 2015

7 photos

... that we were hungry and probably needed to go have some lunch/breakfast. We walked down to the B&B and bought some street food on the way – 60 Baht for 6 skewers of 3 different types of chicken. Edd asked them to deep-fry it again, to 'warm it up.’ (It was actually to kill off any potential germs that may have collected on them while they were waiting to be purchased). We carried on to the swimming pool and ate our deep-fried chicken things on ...

Kanchanaburi / Death Railway

A travel blog entry by chrispetitclerc on Feb 27, 2015

37 photos

... of POWs during the construction of the railway. 32 were sentenced to death.[3] The construction of the railway has been the subject of a novel and an award-winning film, The Bridge on the River Kwai, plus a large number of personal accounts of POW experiences. I have quite a different opinion now about WWII and have learned so much about each countries involvement during that terrible time. I won't get into that lengthy discussion but a few notes I want to write here so I ...

Bridge Over the River Kwai

A travel blog entry by redtilly on Feb 10, 2015

1 comment, 57 photos

... some chicken, salmon and scallops, mushrooms and some veges along with some yummy sauces. It also came with rice and Coke and all for $A8 each.

Yesterday we visited the prisoner of war cemetery here. The cemetery is cared for by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission and is beautifully kept. It's impressive to see the rows and rows of graves and realise these men all died building the railway. Approximately ...

Kanchanaburi & the Thai-Burma death railway

A travel blog entry by geogging-around on Jan 07, 2015

33 photos

... one out. The journey was made much more interesting by a 59 year old Thai man who was going to give us a tenner for guessing his age. Which manners forced us to get wrong… He then proceeded to point out everything from the train, and tell us the thai name for it. So it was actually an educational trip…. he even poked us every time he thought we were losing concentration ha.


Once we arrived, it was only a short walk then to our hotel, which is a ...