Banrimkwae Paerimnam Resort

Address: 96/1 Moo. 3 Lumsum Saiyok , Kanchanaburi, 71150, Thailand | Lodge
 
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This lodge, located on 96/1 Moo. 3 Lumsum Saiyok , Kanchanaburi, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Travel Blogs from Kanchanaburi

      Bridge Over The River Kwai

      A travel blog entry by wendalex on May 14, 2014

      1 comment, 32 photos

      ... The dancing is very energetic and without knowing the story behind it is difficult to fully appreciate but well worth seeing!

      the next was our last On the rafts and so we reluctantly packed our bags. Nearby is the Mon village where the refugees from Burma have been given permanent home by the Thai government. everyone in the village works for the Jungle rafts hotel and they are struggle g to keep their Mon Heritage alive. few still speak the language ...

      The death railway

      A travel blog entry by almightyg73 on May 10, 2014

      16 photos

      ... by. The train up to Kanchanaburi was brilliant. We had the cheapest tickets for 3rd class which I guess is a standing carriage as it has seats lined down each side then a masive area to stand in the middle, you can probably transport your flock of sheep if you really wanted to. The more expensive seats looked worse as they were all squashed in next to each other and had harder wooden benches to sit on. Our carriage had big massive windows that were all down as far as they would go ...

      Eenie, Meenie, Miney, Mo ...

      A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Apr 23, 2014

      1 comment, 39 photos

      ... we learned a bit about how they are well treated and looked after here. Along with the first and second generation Thais who are local to this area, there are a number of international volunteers working with the tigers here. We also learned that the entrance fee into the Temple goes first and foremost to the welfare of the tigers and other animals here (there are numerous wild boars, deer, buffalo, birds, and more) and then ...

      Hellfire & Thunder

      A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Apr 03, 2014

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... 26 lighting flashes in a minute and the Thunder sounded like a shotgun overhead... through a loud speaker. Immense and impressive it managed to wear itself our by the time we jumped off, which we did some half a mile from the station when the locomotive uncoupled and disappeared down the line. Hellfire Pass is well worth a visit, the railway trail continues to the three pagoda's border crossing into Burma and there are two other vast cemeteries at Chungkai ...

      A bit of war history plus nature

      A travel blog entry by amzah on Mar 10, 2014

      16 photos

      ... outside sitting behind a table and she sold me a ticket with Thai letters on it. Every 15 minutes there is a bus so grabbed a cheap rice meal (had a bit too much peppers, sweating like crazy haha). When I joined the bus, I then realized why it is so cheap. People can jump on and out of the bus everywhere. I was the only foreigner in the bus so I felt special :). I think when you go with a minivan you'll be faster. But the downside is that a minivan made for 10 persons ...