River Kwai Resotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRiver Kwai Resotel Kanchanaburi
What a fabulous place to experience - calm, quiet yet exotic country side. Caring people. Couldn't have been more pleased.
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TripAdvisor Reviews River Kwai Resotel Kanchanaburi
Travel Blogs from Kanchanaburi
Petite journée aujourd'hui. En premier, on se rend au parc Sai Yok en bateau à longue queue. C'est 1h30 pour se rendre et le point saillant de ce voyage est de visiter le parc, de voir les deux chutes d'eau et, si on le veut et si les conditions sont propices, de se baigner dans les cuvettes naturelles formées en haut des chutes. Le …
Aujourd'hui on a commencé par faire une très courte visite d'un endroit où ils montrent comment est fait le sucre de noix de coco. Le principe est très semblable à la production du sirop d'érable (on extrait un nectar de la fleur du cocotier, puis on le fait bouillr pour en faire du sirop ou bouillir encore plus pour …
This area is famous - perhaps infamous - for its role in World War II when the Japanese used forced labor to build the Thai-Burma railway.
We were picked up by van, then bus from Bangkok and traveled about an hour and a half before stopping to transfer to the little high-speed longtail boats that they call the James Bond boat because they …
... no plans, i think the lady may have preferred to be doing it in more comfort but the gentleman seemed pretty excited.
It took around 3 hours to reach Kanchanaburi and the journey had been absolutely beautiful! When we arrived we only had about an hour to find somewhere to stay. There were no taxis at the station what so ever so we trudged forth with our bags! Scott managed to hail down a sarong-u-tow after about 5 mins of moaning and we hung on to the back of it. The ...
... the Death Railway, where thousands of POW's lost their lives in World War II. It was very moving and interesting to learn the history of this event. We also visited the bridge over the river Kwai and as we were walking over we heard a horn and turned round to see a train approaching us. We quickly stepped onto the platforms at the side of the track and watched the train go past. It turns out we were quite lucky to see this as it only happens twice a ...