Phatad Valley Hotel

49 Moo 5 Hindad Thongphaphum, Kanchanaburi, Thailand
Phatad Valley Hotel
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ploy guesthouse

by miss.issipi


What do you think of this guesthouse? convenient location (walking distance from the center?) nice?

RE: ploy guesthouse

by seoulgirl

We stayed there. It's in a great location. The rooms are nice enough, see my travel page. The breakfast is horrible. The bathroom with the garden has an open wall right in front of the shower so critters can come into the bathroon, geckos and huge cockroaches. It's pretty cool but critters are icky:) You never know what is going to be in there in the morning. Overall, I would try someplace else.

Travel Tips for Kanchanaburi

My favorite Attractions in Kanchanaburi

by volopolo

My favorite Attractions in Kanchanaburi

01. Wat Tham Suea Buddha Image - Temple
02. Erawan Waterfall National Park
03. Muang Sign Historical Park
04. The Bridge over the River Khwae Bridge
05. Mon Bridge Bridge

06. Lawa Cave Cave
07. Khao Laem National Park
08. Pha Tat Waterfall
09. PhongTuk Archaeological Site
10. Tham Than Lot National Park
11. Tham Khao Noi Temple

Rafting - Kanchanaburi and the River Kwai

by astro_kerryn

Trips are available from the provincial capital and several holiday resorts. Raft trips leave from the famous bridge, or the Song Kwae Road waterfront area and the cost depends on the duration and destination. Trips may entail 7-10 hour return journeys, or include an overnight stay on either the Kwae Yai or Kwae Noi Rivers. Visitors are advised to contact Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) office in Kanchanaburi for current information.

Ele Riding

by yen_2

Okey, thought of including this one here it goes..It's really advisable and best to ride the elephants if you'll be around these roads someday and somehow..But most of the local tour specialy in a day trip doesn't include the Ele riding, so you should ask first the operator.

Bridge over the River Kwai

by Blatherwick

The most famous part of the "Death Railway" is the bridge over the river Kwae Yai, later immortalized in the book and the later the film, "The Bridge on the River Kwai. The first wooden bridge over the river was finished in February 1943, followed by a concrete and steel bridge in June 1943. Both bridges were destroyed on April 2, 1945, by the AZON crews of the 458th Heavy Bombardment Group USAAF, but had been damaged and repaired several times before already.

After the war, the bridge was reconstructed. The curved spans of the bridge are the original sections and the two squarish central sections of the current bridge were made in Japan and donated to Thailand to repair the bridge as war reparations.

Interestingly, some historians indicate that the name of the novel was taken from the Kwae Noi, a tributary of the Mae Khlaung. The little used name of Kwae Yai (Big Kwae) was not adopted for the part of the river that the bridge crosses until the locals saw the tourist potential of the bridge. They claim that tourism and fiction had overwhelmed historical and geographical truth. In the end I think that they're nitpicking. Who cares? The important thing is to learn what took place here and to not repeat history.


by DennyP

When visiting the Bridge on the River Kwai..make sure you visit the JEATH WWII WAR MUSEUM..The museum contains the history of the occupation of the Japanese and the construction of the bridge with many items of militaria and information regarding the brutal incarceration and ill treatment inflicted on the allied and local prisoners of war interned here...


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