Nichigo Resort & Country Club

106 Moo 4, Tambol Wangdong, Amphur Muang, Kanchanaburi, 71190, Thailand
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by lotus14121

Anyone have any Recommendations/Must see or do for kanchanaburi

Re: Recommendations

by MichaelDovey

The war museum accross the road from the war cemetry is a truely moving experiance. It was built by the Australian War Veterans and it is a museuem which to my mind shows both sides of the story

Enjoy your trip

Re: Recommendations

by markbank

u can see my blog for kanchanaburi guide

Re: Recommendations

by Mikebb

Hi We did Elephant riding, river rafting, death railway train ride etc etc. Photos on my Kanchanaburi page.

Good Luck,

Re: Recommendations

by jojes


Of course the main "must-see" is the bridge on the river Kwai.
There is also an allied war cemetry in anchanaburi. The stones there are only memorial stones for the bodies burried in the jungle. The only grave with real remains is the big grave with remains of bodies they couldn't identify anymore.
The war museum is also worth a visit.
You can also taka an excursion to the Hell Fire Pass, which was built under Japanese command by prisoners of war. Nearby is also a very interesting museum buitl by the Australian government (there were a lot of Australians who died in this area in WW2).
A trip on the Kwai river with a big raft to Sai Yok waterfall is also a nice option.
It seems that Tiger temple in Kanchanaburi is also worth a visit, but we haven't been there yet.
We took a "night safari" once : first "wash" the elephants in the river, then a barbecue and afterwards a tour on the back of an elephant at nightfall (very advisable experience!).
You can also take a trainride over a piece of the original death railway. Best sit on the left side in the train for the best views.

Re: Recommendations

by DennyP

yes..there are really good postings regarding things to see and do in Kanchanaburi..I visited the war cemetry..with not only Aussies but dutch english and other nationalities there...really worth the well kept..The jeath war museum is closeby and well worth the time to visit...also take a walk across the river kwai bridge.and also Hellfire pass...even take a train across..further north is the Tiger sanctuary(see my pages on Kanchanaburi)this is really something..if youd like to be with some tigers..trains go from Bangkok..see this site for all neccesary train your trip..cheers Denny..

Re: Recommendations

by yellowcab

Yah after traversing the river kwai river and the ever famous kwai bridge. you can hop on the allied war museum and cemetery.

Re: Recommendations

by yellowcab

You can also try patting the tigers at Tiger Temple which is run here by Buddhist monks. Just look at my page on how we enjoyed the encounter with the tigers. Just be careful!

Travel Tips for Kanchanaburi

Butterflies in national parks around Kanchanaburi

by astro_kerryn

Anywhere you go in the national parks around Kanchanaburi you are surrounded by butterflies of diverse size, colour and type! They literally swarm around you which is a very magical experience! It is so hard to capture this with your camera, but it kept me in awe for hours on end!! At least this is how it was in June!

Jungle Survival

by joyful_sun

Aside from your clothes bag, bring a small knapsack or sling bag to carry a bottle of water, your camera and a small towel or shirt when you go treking around the caves or waterfalls. Bring INSECT REPELLANT!! Leave the high heels and leather shoes at home, no fancy bars or rave parties here. Just lots of trekking, kayaking and other nature outdoor stuff. Do bring a hat, shades, sunblock, swimsuit, slippers and a nice pair of hiking boots or mojos. A foldable raincoat would be nice too. Basic first aid kit and whatever medication you regularly take. No hospital, pharmacy or infirmary nearby. Bring you basic toiletries, shampoo, soap, toothpaste, toothbrush etc, Jungle Rafts Resort only provides soap. Camera and video cam! Lots of film! Splash pack if you have one. Nice handy flashlight especially when your resort has no electricity. good for cave trekking too. If you have a sweet tooth or need to have a snack between meals, come prepared and bring your rations so you wont go hungry. Chips, chocolate, candy, cake, brownies, ..pack em in less you go crazy without them.

By Bus

by volopolo

By Bus

By Bus: Buses leave Bangkok’s Southern Bus Terminal every 15 minutes from 4 a.m.-8 p.m.
The trip takes about 2 hours. Call :0-2434-5557 for more information.

My Photos
First Photo: Kanchanaburi Bus station
Second Photo: Streets in Kanchanaburi
Third Photo: Streets in Kanchanaburi
Forth Photo: Streets in Kanchanaburi
Fifth Photo: Main street in kanchanaburi

Riding the Death Railway Train

by SLLiew

Every tourist coming here would want to get on the train that rides over the reconstructed section of the infamous Death Railway along and over the bridge of River Kwai.

The train is old and the track and bridge looks "rickety". The view is of greenery, bamboo trees, flowing river active with local tourists on rafts or floating restaurants.

The Death Railway was built during World War II to connect Thailand and Burma through mountainous jungle under the Japanese occupation. Many hundred thousands perished due to overwork, malaria, exposure, starvation and mistreatment. They were prisoners of wars of the Britain and the Bristish Empire as well as Dutch and many Asian males kidnapped and brought here to labor.

So it is a rather solemn train ride for some. In the background, we could hear Japanese tourists noisily chatting and clicking their cameras.

Float down river on a bamboo raft

by beaniezotzim

This little raft ride was part of a larger tour. It only lasted for about 30-40 minutes, but those 30-40 minutes were some of the most peaceful minutes I experienced in Thailand. There is a person guiding the raft all along the river, so all you need to do is sit back and relax. Watching the beautiful scenery go by was perfect. I definately recommend.


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