Mida Resort Kanchanaburi

Address: 199 Moo 2,Ladya-Sri Sawad Road, Kanchanaburi, 71190, Thailand | 3 star resort
 
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This 3 star resort is located on 199 Moo 2,Ladya-Sri Sawad Road, Kanchanaburi.
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      Travel Blogs from Kanchanaburi

      Ayutthaya & the amazing Kanchanaburi

      A travel blog entry by neilm_83 on Nov 18, 2014

      2 comments, 10 photos

      ... It had a 7 tier waterfall and you could trek all the way to the top and swim at each level. My goodness it was hard work but it was absolutely gorgeous, the falls were full of those fish that nibble your feet, I've never seen them so big! After a spot of lunch it was onto the serious stuff, the part I had been looking forward to most and the reason most people visit this part of Thailand, The death railway and hellfire pass. We got off the bus at the ...

      Exploring Kanchanaburi - very very slowly

      A travel blog entry by stefan79 on Nov 08, 2014

      3 comments, 29 photos

      ... too drastic for some very strange reasons...despite the fact that we all suffer from some views, which clearly breaks the Geneva conventions!!!). Anyhow, back to the trip. We decided to head from the waterfall to the bridge over the river Kwai for the the sunset. Thanks to me being slow as usual, we missed the actual sunset, but it was nice to walk over the bridge, and we were lucky that a train actually passed us. Walking back to our guesthouse we looked out for a place to eat, ...

      Kanchanaburi, Nom Tok, and the Death Railway

      A travel blog entry by jw.jm.travel on Aug 12, 2014

      3 photos

      ... customer, it is seen as rude if you say thank you and enact the Thai greeting without the server doing it first. An hour and about late, the train finally arrived. We sat on the right hand side of the train as directed by a tour guide we heard nearby. The train ride tot eh death rail way was a slow and lengthy one but it was great fun to stick your head out of the window and play chicken with the oncoming trees. The shrubbery has grown so close to the train that the trees ...

      ANZAC Day

      A travel blog entry by masonsineurope on Apr 25, 2014

      5 photos

      ... 8216;As the trails went on it became obvious just how much bunkum all of the bushido
      code had been. The so-called ‘Way of the Warrior’ precluded capture yet so many of these
      ring leaders had been captured – the shame that to them had made us so despicable now
      seem bearable and certainly preferable to the ordained hara-kiri. Happy among the 256
      Japanese War Criminals to be ...

      The impact of water: market, salt and the bridge

      A travel blog entry by currin on Feb 18, 2014

      7 photos

      ... water is so prevalent in this area, water transport played an important role in daily life, including the sale of products. The floating markets operating today are mostly for tourists and a notable one is the Damnoen Saduak in Ratchaburi. You can still witness the old traditional way of selling fruits, vegetables and cooked meals, all from a small floating boat.

      Another stop on our journey was at ...