River Kwai Resotel
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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 …
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 …
Gatorlaw stayed here on Oct 25, 2006 during their trip titled: Southeast Asia 2006.
So we set off from bangkok at seven in the morning so we could fit everything in. First stop was and allied forces WW2 memorial which was quite spectacular, then we headed to the war museum and the bridge over the river kwai (which has a long and interesting story behind it which i think may bankrupt us if i tried to type it out now). we also …
My parents hooked up some pretty sweet places to stay while they were here. They tended to be about 14 times nicer than what we were used to. But it was their treat, so we didn't complain. This particular room was a floating house on the River Kwai. Lush jungle all around, water rushing by and beneath the cabin, and a pool and restaurant on site. …
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking