Sri Muang Kanchanaburi

3131-3 Chuto Rd., Amphur Muang, Kanchanaburi, 71000, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 3131-3 Chuto Rd., Amphur Muang, Kanchanaburi.
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Travel Blogs from Kanchanaburi

Elephants World

A travel blog entry by nicci58 on Jul 25, 2014

1 photo

25/7 een trip gepland naar Elephants World! Sinds jaar en dag zijn de bewoners van noord-west Thailand en omstreken gewend om olifanten voor hen te laten werken. In de bosbouw, door ze bomen te laten verslepen; in het toerisme, door ze toeristen te laten dragen en op allerlei andere manieren. Ondanks het feit, dat een olifant zeer sterk is en lijkt …

The Bridge Over the River Kwai

A travel blog entry by cissygapyear on May 17, 2014

7 comments, 11 photos

... One day we decided to go to the Zoo. On arrival there was a pretty big reptile wandering around – we weren’t sure if it was an escapee or a wild animal which happened to be in a zoo! There was plenty to see, but it is Thailand and the enclosures were pretty small and basic!

An overnight bus had us back in Kutchum. The two months which we were away led to us having a very dirty house. From 6 am to 10 am we cleaned, washed clothes and unpacked. By ten ...

The death railway

A travel blog entry by almightyg73 on May 10, 2014

16 photos

... POW's line up on the bridge as the plane neared hoping that it would deter them from carrying out their raid....it did not.

From the bridge we took a look around the JEATH war museum that is just round the corner. It's a mish mash of displays by a private owner. Anything from old motorcycles used by the Japanese army during their occupation to an old rusting locomotive that was used on the line. The JEATH stands for Japanese, English, Australian, Thai and Holland. Most ...

An Old Wooden Train

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Apr 21, 2014

4 photos

... helped keep us comfortable enough to sleep for some of the 3 hour railway ride. Public transportation in Thailand is interesting in the way that people come onto the train just to sell food and drinks. They stay on for a few stops and then get off again. At one point, just a couple stops before we were getting off, the train stopped for about twenty minutes. This meant no wind coming in through the windows, leading to extra beads of sweat coming out from our ...

Like a bridge over a troubled water buffalo

A travel blog entry by hazelandmartin on Mar 02, 2014

1 comment, 28 photos

... the bridge, and on the way back we have to stand on the safety platform as a train passes us by. We walk around the tourist part of town for a while and then jump in a taxi back.

That night we met two interesting ladies from Holland who were here on a fact finding mission. One of their relatives died here and they were here to see the cave where he was imprisoned, and to visit his grave. They had an amazing set of documentation. He was ...