Barnchaidaen Guesthouse Thong Pha Pom

Thong Pha Pom, Kanchanaburi, Thailand | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Kanchanaburi

A bit of war history plus nature

A travel blog entry by amzah


... 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 ...

Driving Miss Charly

A travel blog entry by charlyhurford


... For my first weekend back, Ciara (a fellow volunteer) and I headed to Kanchanaburi, a town a couple of hours from Bangkok, where the famous 'Bridge over the River Kwai' is located. It is also around 60km from the Erawan National park which houses a 7 tier waterfall with nearly a 2km climb to the 7th tier at the very top. Because of the protests our journey was a little slower than we would have liked... What would normally be a 20 minute journey out of Bangkok took us a little under ...

Back to Bangkok and Beyond

A travel blog entry by lucero1983

... pay for the visas, bam eighty dollars per visa. Now we just wait eight working days. During this time we have fled to the small town of Kanchanaburi. We found an inexpensive room with the softest mattress in all south east asia. We are here to relax before our big trip to India. I am focing myself to do nothing touristy, but its hard for me. I am going to focus on doing some yoga, meditating, writing, and ...

Planes, trains and automobiles to Kanchanburi

A travel blog entry by beckie268


... for a few days, so we walked down and paid 100 baht each to over look the show from a war museum. It was a light show and reenactment, all of which was in Thai. Some of the special effects were good and the fireworks, but other than that it was a lot of sitting around. We walked back to Sabai and stopped at a bar/restaurant which looked quirky with all the wooden furniture. It turned out the owner was a retired Police commander and enjoyed laughing at ...

Thrust into the deep end!

A travel blog entry by followingolivia


... The Thai’s are ALWAYS eating! It’s a surprise literally none of them are fat seeing everything is deep fried and sweeter than you can imagine. So much so, that you never see a child with intact or white teeth.

Kanchanaburi has become our cute little getaway for the weekend. This time…it’s my birthday and I am sooooooooo excited to spend it in Thailand of all places. Roll on waterfalls and elephant ...


This motel, located on Thong Pha Pom, Kanchanaburi, is near Tiger Temple Thailand, Hellfire Pass Museum, and War Museum.
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