Homduang Boutique Resort Kanchanaburi

49 Moo 5 Hindad, Thongphaphum, Kanchanaburi, 71180, Thailand
Homduang Boutique Resort Kanchanaburi
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Kanchanaburi as a base - hoping to check out Erawan WITHOUT a tour operator

by bruingirl

Hi there! I have a few major questions:

1) I am interested in taking a bus from Kanchanaburi to Erawan around 10:30AM. Then, I was hoping to get to the Namtok train station from Erawan. Then, I was planning on taking the Death Railway train on the 3:15PM train, back to Kanchanaburi. Does anyone know if there is a bus, taxi, or tuktuk from Erawan to Namtok? Also, how much will it cost and how long will it take?

2) I have been trying to find an elephant trekking company in Kan, but to no avail! Everything seems to be packaged w/ a tour operator! Is there a way to do an elephant trek a la carte? What companies will do this? Do you know how early they start?

Thanks for your help!!! :)

Re: Kanchanaburi as a base - hoping to check out Erawan WITHOUT a tour operator

by Odinnthor

I am somewhat sceptical of any "elephant treks" these days. Back in the day the animals were treated better than they are today, although the training used on the elephants has never been humane.

I am not recommending this tour operator, but I encourage you to review their front page and click on some of the links provided. Once you do that, you are likely to change your mind.

http://thaiwildorchids.com/environmental_concerns.htm

I also invite you to check out my Kanchanaburi page......

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/1276e2/160e0c/

Travel Tips for Kanchanaburi

POW Cemetery & Museum

by CandS

On our way to the River Kwai we stopped off at the POW Cemetery and Museum...it was very interesting and very sad but good to see. You can buy flowers for 20 baht in the museum to put at the memorial or you can just walk around and look at the grave stones. The museum is very interesting to look through also...

Life in the river

by yen_2

Ah, okey...I think, most of those who have gone here knows about the life of the people that leaves along the river...Look at those small houses near the river..One local told me that most of the thai loves to live along the river..I think this tip is also in my Ayuthaya page..wherever you maybe around Thailand, you can see rivers..and the houses along the river..I even saw Karaoke Bars in the river..They're very happy to shout at us! Oh..Thai people..very friendly they are!

Bamboo raft on the River Kwai

by Fudge

One of the best ways to get around Kanchanaburi (jungle) was on the river, by bamboo rafts.

Adaptable, light, comfortable pace, it was most suitable to take it in and yet arrive at your next village in a rather unusual way -- by river.

Most tour operators have access to bamboo rafts which are fun to be on. You can even make your own raft, as the bamboos are easily available. U do need to have some skill in manouvering though, as at times, the currents in the river tend to tacitly push you in a certain direction.

So good to have a local guy with you if it's your first time.

MOONLIGHT DINNER

by Nina-Maarit about River Kwai Jungle Rafts

Imagine a raft, just covered by a thatched roof, in the middle of a river, surrounded by jungle and the blackness of the night, light given only by the moon and a few kerosine lamps... add to that delicious Thai food... There are no words to descibe that experience!!

The Bridge at River Kwai

by dixonchan

This is probably the top of the must-see list in Kanchanaburi.

Walk along the bridge that killed more than 6000 allied soldiers during the world war. This is also known as the bridge of death.

An estimated 16,000 war prisoners and 49,000 forcibly recruited laborers died during the construction of the bridge and the Death Railway that leads to Burma.

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