Ganesha Park

409/1 Tambon Thakanun, Kanchanaburi, 71180, Thailand | Ranch
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This ranch is located on 409/1 Tambon Thakanun, Kanchanaburi.
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    Travel Blogs from Kanchanaburi

    Waterfall and death railway

    A travel blog entry by hanbran on Jul 16, 2014

    ... to see some more monkeysssss!! One of the lower levels even had rock slides, but we didn't get chance to stop there as we had to be back for lunch at 1pm. Lunch was errrr not great. We should have known that my sweet and sour chicken was actually going to be sour, and that abis rice would be loaded with a sauce she didn't like. At least I could eat the fruit whilst a I had to go off and buy some crisps, even then picking up a weird ...

    ANZAC Day

    A travel blog entry by masonsineurope on Apr 25, 2014

    5 photos

    ... museum we had coffee and ANZAC biscuits. I don't drink Rum, so left that to the purists - I’d rather drink Nyals Decongestant. Said hooray to Khun Aye the Assistant Manager of the HFP Museum who is always friendly and hospitable. I met her late husband years ago the original manager of the museum - a great bloke.

    We headed back to Kanburi on the bus and had a quieter bus ride back. I read the poem about ...

    Kwai we went to Kanchanaburi

    A travel blog entry by shellyandmarts on Apr 07, 2014

    73 photos

    ... grave was found a few years later when the war graves team of the army went looking for them. From there, his remains brought back to kanchanaburi for burial in a mass grave and a memorial built. Pictures attached.

    This history added an interesting perspective when visiting inside the museum which gave brutal detail of the war, death railway and prisoners of the Japanese.

    The next day we went to the main attraction of kanchanaburi; the bridge over ...

    Like a bridge over a troubled water buffalo

    A travel blog entry by hazelandmartin on Mar 02, 2014

    1 comment, 28 photos

    ... this most famous of bridges. There are regular safety platforms which were crammed with people watching us go by. All too soon we are over the bridge and up to our top speed of about 30 km per hour, although the sound the train makes you would think she was going an awful lot faster. Just as on the trip up there are five or so scheduled stops and a variable number of unscheduled ones. If there is someone at a station, the driver stops for them a perfect ...

    The impact of water: market, salt and the bridge

    A travel blog entry by currin on Feb 18, 2014

    7 photos

    ... translation. There was both a book and movie based on this bridge - "The Bridge on the River Kwai" - that probably did not depict the true conditions and treatment of the prisoners. Again, it was a Hollywood film so sterilization was needed to sell tickets. In reality, a wooden bridge was first built in which to transport materials used to build the concrete and steel bridge in 1943. It was repeatedly bombed ...