River Kwai Resotel

55 Moo 5, Tambol Wangkrajae, Kanchanaburi, 71150, Thailand | 3 star resort
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This 3 star resort is located on 55 Moo 5, Tambol Wangkrajae, Kanchanaburi.
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    Travel Blogs from Kanchanaburi

    Kanchanaburi Day 2

    A travel blog entry by mweber on Jan 13, 2014

    5 comments, 6 photos

    After awakening at 7:30 for breakfast I had a luke warm shower in our bungalow and started off my day. Today focused on the Burmese-Siam Railway with trips to museums and sites important to the railroad.

    We started out by traveling to Death Railway museum adjacent to the main cemetery where over 6000 allied POWs who died building the …

    Kanchanaburi Day 1

    A travel blog entry by mweber on Jan 12, 2014

    3 comments, 7 photos

    Today we headed to the countryside of Thailand, much of our day consisted of six hour of driving. We left our hotel at 7:00 am and started to head west to the floating market of Damnern Saduak.

    When we got close our bus pulled into a small docking area, each one of our group members filed off the bus and loaded into the boats eight at a …

    A fantastic trip to Kanchanaburi!

    A travel blog entry by adelecarroll on Jul 18, 2013

    1 comment, 277 photos

    We decided to take an overnight trip to Kanchanaburi in order to visit the bridge over the river Kwai which was made famous by the film of the same name. The trip was fantastic. We really enjoyed ourselves! The first day we travelled to Kanchanaburi stopping at a World War 2 cemetery and World War 2 museum before taking a scenic walk over the famous bridge. It was very touristy with lots of shops selling souvenirs etc but still a cool experience. After ...

    Bridge on the River Kwai

    A travel blog entry by runes_journey on Dec 05, 2012

    11 photos

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    The reality of it hits you now you witness it, but only slightly though. Packed with visitors today it is difficult to imagine how horrendous it would have been. Its hard to absorb the fact that over 100,000 POW died in extreme conditions, working upto 18 hours a day and if they stepped out of line then barbaric punishments would be given.

    Cholera, malaria and dysentry were rife. Rice supplies were often low and laced with kerosene as a result ...

    Whiskey slammers

    A travel blog entry by my-size-elevens on Oct 09, 2011

    9 photos

    ... br> A ******* two man tent! All the nice, comfortable, private log cabin style digs were rented out so we got two man tents. I know I must have seemed so ungrateful but I was so tired and my head was killing me along with my ass and my kidneys. I really wasn’t in the mood for camping in the slightest but after a quick walk and some talking to myself I came back positive and grateful that they were doing all this for me, made a few jokes and poured some drinks while we ...