Banrimkwae Paerimnam Resort

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

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    A travel blog entry by ekenny89 on Jul 12, 2015

    3 photos

    ... to brake in because he was going so fast. We got a tuk tuk to Tara Bed and breakfast where me and Charlotte stayed last time then went for a Thai massage. When we came back the boys had arrived which was a nice surprise as we thought they might have stayed in Bangkok for the night and met us Monday morning for the safari. Ollie, Chris and Tom went for a massage whilst Sophie and Mark waited for me to get ready then we went to a sports bar to watch the ...

    Volunteering at a Safari Park

    A travel blog entry by ekenny89 on May 20, 2015

    6 photos

    ... can scratch his back for him but he turns around really quickly so you have to have your guard up. He will put his arm through the cage, sometimes he just wants to hold your hand, I gave him a piece of food and he grabs your wrist really quickly which makes you jump and let go. I watched one of the long term volunteers do it, he doesn't hurt you but he's testing the water so I gave him some food and he grabbed my wrist but I just held his hand and then gave him an arm rub and ...

    Dag 12 - van Hellfire Pass naar Kanchanaburi

    A travel blog entry by car2mandalay15 on Feb 12, 2015

    9 photos

    ... life experienced by prisoners of war when the Japanese built a railway linking Malaysia, Thailand and Burma with a single-track railway, built to help them supply their forces in Burma.

    Hellfire Pass was the deepest cutting through sheer rock, and was the result of just 12 weeks of toil, working day and night – it gained its name from the light of fires lit at night to aid the work. It ...

    Hellfire Pass

    A travel blog entry by jennykelly on Feb 11, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... makes me drool as I write this.

    When we arrived at our destination, the four of us caught an open air taxi to Hellfire Pass, after first being asked to support the local community and buy some drinks. This was more of a pleasure than an imposition, as they make wonderful iced coffee here in Thailand.

    Hellfire Pass (Konyu Cutting) has been relocated in the jungles of Thailand by an Australian soldier J G (Tom) Morris, who served on the ...

    Kanchanaburi & the Thai-Burma death railway

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

    33 photos

    ... we had about an hours chat with a British family with two little girls who were in the process of moving to Australia, and were doing some travelling in between. The little girls can’t have been more than 7 or 8, but they were soooo sweet and well educated about the places they had visited and where they were going next. They told us loads of little stories, such as their day trip to Burma to get new Thai visa’s, as well as showing us up because they were better than us ...