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

Hot and humid!

A travel blog entry by hortonsontour on Mar 15, 2015

9 photos

... iconic image and for British, Dutch and Australians I think it has a meaning and narrative beyond the physical structure.

We set off and made good progress. The road was actually really good the riding felt pretty safe on the hard shoulder. The heat was building fast though and some good speed cooled us a little but by midday it was about 35 degrees with decent humidity so every time we stopped for ...

Take only memories, leave only footprints

A travel blog entry by eddlauren on Mar 06, 2015

49 photos

... so decided to see how hard it was to get to the top. At level 6, Edd had to jump in one of the pools as he'd had a negative reaction to the bug spray suddenly and was going red all over. He washed it off and we both put sun cream on - the forest canopy wasn't as dense here and we were getting more and more exposed to the sun. His reaction stopped and we continued to level 7.

Now, I've hiked up Skeleton Gorge and done Crystal Pools in Cape ...

Another beautiful camping place

A travel blog entry by jennykelly on Feb 09, 2015

3 comments, 5 photos

... and cemetery. The history is fascinating and very emotional. So many men lost their lives constructing the railway line through Thailand and Burma, and the bridge over the Kwai in a jungle. Tropical diseases and malnutrition made sure that over 7000 men did not go home. The railway and bridge were completed and used before the end of the war in 1945, but was bombed in 1950. Much of the old timber and metal has been found and the bridge has been rebuilt ...

Kanchanaburi, Thailand.

A travel blog entry by globetrotter92 on Jan 14, 2015

8 photos

... too many temples (but that's the same everywhere) There are a lot of houses that look like something out of a wild Wild West movie, with the shacked up shops spilling out of them on the street with their walls ice cream parasols shading their 'fresh' fruit and 'freshly cooked' sausage on a stick, fish balls and grilled whole chicken flattened in half and threaded between two chop sticks. Yummy! We went to the JEATH museum, ...

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

A travel blog entry by davidmilnes81 on Dec 09, 2014

1 comment, 20 photos

... and a sweet and sour chicken dish at the restaurant followed by fresh pineapple and watermelon.

We jumped in the minivan and drove an hour to have an elephant ride. It wasn't great in the sense that it didn't seem like the place that had the elephants' best interests at heart. There were maybe eight that we could see. Four were in a concrete courtyard that seemed like a holding area. They had chains around their ankles with only about 1m of slack. There were leaves for them ...