Thamuang

Address: Tambol Thamuang, Amphur Thamuang, Kanchanaburi, Thailand | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Tambol Thamuang, Amphur Thamuang, Kanchanaburi, is near Tiger Temple Thailand, Hellfire Pass Museum, and War Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Kanchanaburi

Day 2 - to Thai-Burma Railway

A travel blog entry by 2dogs on Apr 01, 2015

4 comments, 34 photos

... War Cemetery

Rail started here at Kanchanaburi (southernmost point) and also in Burma - then met in the middle. Dad was in the first group of Australians that worked at the southern end.

In 1939 Jap 'civilians' settled in Kanchanaburi; they were thought to be escaping from war, and so there was no suspicion. They would go bushwalking and fishing; but were actually ...

Take only memories, leave only footprints

A travel blog entry by eddlauren on Mar 06, 2015

49 photos

... to climb onto her neck. He got some trunk loving from the other tourist's elephant and we all had a good laugh. He spent the next 5 minutes complaining that his family jewels were getting crushed, but managed to get comfortable and commented that it was much comfier there, than on the seat I was still sitting on. The whole ride lasted about half an hour. We got back and were then whisked off by another little Thai man who led us back down to the river to ...

Absinthe Party at the Fly Honey Warehouse

A travel blog entry by gdtessageo on Feb 04, 2015

16 photos

... enough, this train has far surpassed what I let myself even posit as a possibility. Stable tables enabling Liz and I to perform more groundwork for Myanmar and beyond, a rather decent dinner, friendly gals we've been able to cross over language barriers with (I received wi-fi access from a lovely Chinese girl who offered to share her hot spot password), and again fairly ...

Second day River Kwai

A travel blog entry by sjoslyn on Jan 02, 2015

44 photos

... to help with our bags. We caught our speedboat which took us part of the way down the river to where we got out and took a truck to Hellfire Pass. There's a nice little museum, then you can walk through the most famous part, the narrow channel that earned the name and was arguably the most brutal part of the whole project. In the pictures when Bobo is doing something or showing us something it is the original pins and rails ...

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

A travel blog entry by davidmilnes81 on Dec 09, 2014

1 comment, 20 photos

... There was a Bhuddist shrine inside to remember all the people who died building the railway. The best bit was walking along the wooden railway viaduct which had a plate covering 3/4 of the gap between the check rails, and no handrails! Seems all sense of sanity and Beyond Zero (behavioural safety initiative at my workplace) goes out of the window when we are on holiday. We had to hurry to get back so we didn't miss the train, or get knocked off the viaduct by it.

The train ...